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Highlights As a paddler, all of you guys were immeasurably kind, enthusiastic, generous and patient! Can’t thank you enough. And I too can’t wait to do it all again next year. This deserves to be a long term event in everyone’s calendar. Antony Thornely TRENT100 2016 Thanks Mark and your inspired and enthusiastic marshalls and organisers. And Stacey and Daz for taking part in creating the acorn that grew into the first terrific Trent100 .
Was fantastic x
Rayne Easter-Robinson TRENT100 2016 Still buzzin from paddling the TRENT100k with the Central SUP crew. Special thanks to Ian Nocka Tyers for the encouraging words at Trent Lock “COME ON GARY YOU GERIATRIC B*$@&%D” truly inspirational, love you man..
Gary Evans TRENT100 2016 Our partners these awesome companies support us

Our modern hotel is handily located on the Centrum 100 Business Park, just 30 minutes drive from both Birmingham and East Midlands airports. Guests of Holiday Inn Express Burton upon Trent can wake up to an Express Start breakfast each morning including selected hot items such as bacon, sausage, egg and baked beans, and leave vehicles parked in our car park. Car parking is charged at £ per night. All 82 of our comfortable Guest rooms have free Wireless Internet and flat-screen TVs. High speed wifi internet is completely free of charge for all of our guests, throughout the hotel.

At the end of the war, our fleet was very worn due to the heavy loads carried and the reduced level of renewal. Rationing of fuel, food and other items continued for some years. We made a start on renewing our fleet and many of the late pre war buses had their bodies removed for scrap or sale for use as sheds. The chassis were thoroughly overhauled and new bodies were fitted by body builders at Loughborough which was then something of a centre for bus body manufacture. Many of our bus bodies over the years were built by the Brush and Willowbrook companies in that town, although these bus factories are now long also ordered many new buses and by 1950, our fleet of buses once again looked modern, helped by a bright new red and cream livery which replaced the previous red and dark maroon.

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