What's not to love about someone from Burton?
People from town are some of the best that the world has to offer. So, why would you not want to marry one?
Burtonians are loyal, have a unique accent - and can certainly handle their beer.
The town itself is the perfect spot for romance to blossom - easy to get to and is surrounded by beautiful locations.
Who wouldn't want to wander around hand in hand around Stapenhill Gardens, get a selfie in Coopers Square shopping centre in front of the iconic cooper statue, or even get on one knee in front of the shovel on the corner of High Street and New Street?
Here are seven reasons why you know it makes sense to marry a Burtonian.
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We are very easy to get to
Burton is quite a unique town with impressive - and useful, transport links.
Whether hopping on a train or bus, there are direct routes to and from a number of nearby cities.
If you are based in Derby, Nottingham, Birmingham or even further afield such as Bristol, Cardiff, Penzance - or even Dundee - you are still just a single train journey away from good old Burton.
Head out into Burton on any Friday night and you are guaranteed to bump into at least one person who you know.
Burtonians are very loyal, with many not overly keen to move away from the area - and for good reason, why would you want to leave?
There's plenty of beautiful local places for the occasion
Burton sits at the heart of the National Forest, so is blessed to have so many beautiful and remote places just a stones throw away.
To top this off there are a number of stunning country houses in the nearby vicinity, such as Calke Abbey, Sudbury Hall, Newton Park Hotel, Dovecliff Hall and Melbourne Hall.
Many of these even make beautiful wedding venues, so you will not have to travel too far when planning the big day.
We appreciate things from yesteryear
Many Burtonians are very proud of the past and certainly are not the type of people to forget about it.
If you are keen for a history lesson in anything to do with the town, there are plenty of offerings in the town to help.
The National Brewery Museum houses stacks of knowledge about the town's brewing heritage, while Burton Library has a whole fountain of knowledge.
We can handle our beer
Beer is to Burton what pasties are to Cornwall and pies are to Melton Mowbray - except ours taste better!
With a number of breweries calling the town home, including giants in the industry such as Marston's and Molson Coors, Burton is well-known as the brewing capital of the world.
And as such, Burtonians can certainly handle their beer - who wouldn't want to marry into that?
Who doesn't love the accent?
It is not quite northern, but not Birmingham either - the Burton accent certainly is quite unique.
There are very few towns across the country where you would have a "Statchits" fair, while lovingly calling people a "duckie" or "lovie".
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We can have a Marmite-themed wedding
What little girl doesn't dream about walking down the isle with their dress slathered in Marmite while their husband is eating it straight out the jar with a spoon at the altar?
Then for the reception to be centred all around the salty spread, which is included in all three courses - and the cake of course.
Maybe not, but Marmite certainly tastes good and is known as one of Burton's finest exports.
We're very chatty
Continuing on from the previous point, there will be very few instances where you can walk into a shop or sit down on a bench without being greeted with a warn "hello me duck".
As they say, "everyone has a story to tell", and if you are chatting to someone from Burton you are more than likely to hear one from them.