Burton on Trent Landmarks #13 – Burton Library

Like most towns and cities in Britain, Burton upon Trent has its own public library, located just off the High Street, not far from the Washlands. The current library was built in 1976 and replaced an earlier Public Library which stood on Union Street, across the road from what is now Sainsbury's, approximately where the … Continue reading Burton on Trent Landmarks #13 – Burton Library

2021 Travels – Scalpcliffe Woods, Stapenhill

One of the local places in Burton on Trent (Stapenhill, to be exact) on my long list of places to visit was Scalpcliffe Woods, a nature reserve located near Stapenhill Cemetery. So, on the last day of April 2021, I set out on the journey there. I was expecting a nice, leisurely stroll around some … Continue reading 2021 Travels – Scalpcliffe Woods, Stapenhill

Burton on Trent Landmarks #11 – Even More Sculptures

Following on from the popular blog posts looking at artworks and sculptures around Burton upon Trent's Washlands and elsewhere in the town, I present to you the third and possibly final part. The Burton Cooper by James Walter Butler The Burton Cooper is probably the most well-known and one of the oldest pieces of artwork … Continue reading Burton on Trent Landmarks #11 – Even More Sculptures