Lord Burton154 High Street
Burton upon Trent
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Named after Michael Arthur Bass, the brewer and first Lord Burton, this busy Wetherspoon's pub was formerly a Woolworth's store and is located close to the pedestrianised town centre and main shopping area. It opened in 1997.
Old photographs of Burton adorn the walls of the large single room, with a few semi-enclosed raised seating areas on one side, and a rear section designated a 'family area'. An attractive, enclosed paved beer garden to the rear overlooks the Memorial Gardens, with the River Trent beyond (access gate open 8am until dusk).
Alcoholic drinks available from 9am; guest beers sometimes from local micro-breweries.