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About the local area

Sinai Park House is at Burton-on-Trent in Staffordshire – just off the A38. It is located within the boundaries of The National Forest.

The National Forest

Over twenty years ago, visionary leaders made the decision to create a new, large, forested area in England, to show all the many benefits that come from woodland near where people live and work. The area in the Midlands which came to be known as The National Forest was chosen in part because the woodland cover was very low (about 6%). There was also a great need for regeneration after the end of mining and, importantly, incredible public support for the idea.

Since then, the 200 square miles of The National Forest have been transformed through the planting of millions of trees (8m by October 2012) and the creation of many other valuable habitats. It boasts many new attractions and forest-based activities and has stimulated many woodland-linked businesses. Whilst more than 200,000 people live in the Forest, it is also within just 90 minutes’ journey time for about 10 million people and is open to all, with an increasing network of trails and recreational opportunities.


A warm welcome awaits you in East Staffordshire, the home of St. George’s Park, The National Brewery Centre and Capital of The National Forest.

Located in the Heart of England, our rich history embraces the well-known historical figures of Mary Queen of Scots, Robert Peel and Henry de Ferrers; brand names such as Marmite and Bass; the unique Abbots Bromley Horn Dance and traditional Well Dressing events.

Hand in hand with the industrial heritage of Burton upon Trent, you will discover some of the most beautiful countryside in the Midlands with lush fields and pretty villages, award-winning restaurants and cosy pubs alongside the River Trent and our meandering canal network.

Find out more www.enjoyeaststaffs.co.uk

Marston’s Brewery Visitor Centre

Tour the only working brewery in the world still brewing cask beer using the traditional Burton Union method. Marston’s Pedigree is fermented in Oak Casks. Each visit includes a film, a guided tour of the brewhouse, union room and cooperage.

Marston’s Brewery, Shobnall Road, Burton upon Trent, Staffordshire, DE14 2BW, Tel: 01283 507391, www.marstonsbeercompany.co.uk