The town of Burntwood is a mid-sized settlement in the English county of Staffordshire, close to Lichfield.
Close to the town, the imposing structure of Lichfield cathedral is the city’s primary architectural feature. Built in the 12th century, the cathedral houses a treasure collection known as the Staffordshire hoard. Discovered less than six miles from Lichfield in 2009, it is a remarkable find of Anglo-saxon gold and silver.
The National Memorial Arboretum attracts thousands of visitors each year and is the British remembrance site honouring those who have fallen in military service. A spiritually moving space located close to Burntwood amid lush Staffordshire countryside, Burntwood locals are immensely proud of the role their town plays in honoring Britain’s war dead.
Throughout the area, from Sankey’s Corner to Chasetown, Floom’s Burntwood flower delivery covers every part of the town.