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East Staffordshire Borough Council has today launched a Vision Statement for the High Street Museum Project proposal, which looks at creating a new National Museum of Brewing alongside existing proposals for a Burton Heritage Centre.

Following the first Christmas in Burton event, as Burton’s Christmas Lights were switched on by Richard Winterton on Sunday 27th November, East Staffordshire Borough Council’s programme of events continues into December with festive markets at Burton Market Hall and Place.

An exciting line up of festive shows is set to take place at The Brewhouse in Burton upon Trent, as part of East Staffordshire Borough Council’s Christmas in Burton celebrations, supported by Coopers Square Shopping Centre and Bloor Homes.

East Staffordshire Borough Council has recently carried out a review of its Selective Licensing Scheme. Designated in 2017, the scheme focused on improving the condition and management of privately rented accommodation in the eastern area of Anglesey, focussing on the following streets:

East Staffordshire Borough Council has recently undertaken a comprehensive consultation regarding existing Public Space Protection Orders, with additional spaces having been identified for the control of dogs and the consumption of alcohol.

East Staffordshire Borough Council has today announced who will switch on the Burton Christmas Lights this year.

Television auctioneer Richard Winterton will switch on this year’s Burton Christmas Lights, which is supported by Coopers Square Shopping Centre and Bloor Homes.

East Staffordshire Borough Council is removing car parking charges on all Council owned car parks on Saturday 3rd, 10th, 17th, and 24th December 2022.

The Leader of East Staffordshire Borough Council, Councillor George Allen, and the Council’s Interim Head of Regeneration, Thomas Deery, last week presented future Uttoxeter town centre regeneration plans to Uttoxeter Town Council and members of the public.

East Staffordshire Borough Council has recently undertaken a review of its Tourism Plan which was approved by Council in November 2020.

East Staffordshire Borough Council is working closely with several local public organisations to provide residents with a number of warm spaces this winter, in an effort to combat the increasing cost of living.