Barcelona's football team are currently in Burton-on-Trent for their pre-season training but how do the facts and figures compare?
The A & E department at Queen's Hospital in Burton-on-Trent has re-opened following a 'serious incident'.
The Jackson family, from Burton on Trent, jumped from the first floor of their burning house onto a trampoline.
Some of the world's best footballers have arrived in the Midlands for a pre-season training camp.
Barcelona will use facilities at St. George's Park in Burton-on-Trent until Saturday.
Andres Iniesta is likely to be in action as they prepare for the season ahead.
It is one of the first times the team have got together under their new coach Luis Enrique.
The team will be speaking to the media at a press conference later today.
Thirteen-time World and Olympic sprinting champion Michael Johnson has been in the Midlands giving coaching sessions to footballers.
He's been helping five players from Mansfield Town get ready for the new season.
Thirteen-time World and Olympic sprinting champion Michael Johnson has been in the Midlands giving coaching sessions, not to sprinters- but to footballers.
His coaching organisation has its British headquarters at St George's Park near Burton-on-Trent and he's been helping players, including five from Mansfield Town, get ready for the new season.
A man has died after crashing his moped in Burton yesterday evening.
The crash happened on Grafton Road in Stapenhill shortly before 8.15pm when a man hit a lamppost whilst riding a moped.
Paramedics tried to save him but he was confirmed dead at the scene.
A teenage moped rider has died following a crash in Burton-on-Trent.
It happened at around 9:20pm yesterday in Grafton Road in Stapenhill.
Police are appealing for witnesses.
Gareth Southgate, the England U21 manager, is joining forces with the charity Help For Heroes to hold a special training session for wounded serving soldiers and veterans. It is being held at St Georges Park in Burton upon Trent at 12.45pm today.
Unmanned tanning salons should be banned in England in order to prevent under-18s from doing long lasting damage to their skin, a group of MPs have said.
A skin cancer survivor from Burton-on-Trent has welcomed the report.
Stacey Pickess was diagnosed with cancer which caused a hole in her lower leg after she used UV sunbeds between the ages of 18-21. She has now fully recovered.
Her salon now uses a spray method rather than the traditional UV sunbeds.
MPs said they were "concerned" bans on unsupervised tanning salons were in place in Wales and Scotland, but not in England.
The All Party Parliamentary Group on Skin said banning unmanned tanning salons would prevent under-18s from sneaking in to use sunbeds.
The group's report into the use of sunbeds also recommended that these facilities should also provide "balanced" health information and safety goggles for users.
Ministers should also consider enabling local councils to licence facilities offering sunbeds, the report states.
A skin cancer survivor from Burton-on-Trent has welcomed a new report by MPs which is calling for a ban on unmanned tanning salons.
Stacey Pickess was diagnosed when she was 23 but is now fully recovered. MPs hope the ban will prevent people under 18 from trying to sneak into unmanned facilities.
Skin cancer cases are "rising at an alarming rate" in the UK and tougher legislation on unmanned tanning salons would help to curb health problems caused by prolonged exposure to UV rays.
Professor Harry Moseley, spokesman for the British Association of Dermatologists, said:
– Professor Harry Moseley
This proposed regulation would close loopholes, such as under-18s using unmanned tanning facilities, and see stricter enforcement for businesses that continue to irresponsibly use appliances that fail to meet standards, often producing radiant dose levels well over acceptable levels.
Proportionate and sensible regulation of sunbeds is important to mitigate that risk and stem the rising tide of cases of skin cancer.
Skin cancer cases in the UK are rising at an alarming rate and there is little doubt that sunbeds increase the risk of skin cancer in fair skinned populations.