Pride in where you live is one of the most important aspects of life – and for those living in Burton you are in luck. Rich brewing heritage, a plethora of shops and eating establishments and scenic walks and areas – Burton has it all. There can be a whole variety of reasons for moving to a town – whether you were born here, moved for work purposes or started living with a partner, everyone has their own reason for it. We at Burton Live took to social media to ask our readers why the moved to Burton, and more importantly why they stuck around. Our readers did not disappoint, with an overwhelming love and pride for Burton shown in the comments section. Here are just a few of the responses which flooded in. Jennifer Stevens-Young said she was born in Melton Mowbray but moved to Burton when she was four as her father got a job at Pirelli. Despite then leaving at 18 years of age to move south to work for 42 years, Jennifer has returned to the town to look after her dad. She said the town has changed, but she is “chuffed to be back where… Read full this story
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