Community leaders are heading for the capital to show their support for traders who fell victim to the horrific London terror attacks.
On Saturday, June 3, eight people were killed when Islamic extremists drove a van into pedestrians on London Bridge before stabbing several victims in the surrounding area.
Much of the chaos unfolded in the vibrant Borough Market, where the offenders were shot dead by police.
Traders' stalls were closed for nearly a month while investigations took place and have suffered huge financial losses as a result.
Many were heavily damaged during the attack.
However, they were back up and running earlier this month and Burtonians are set to show their support on Saturday.
Burton Labour Party has paid for a coach, on which there are still two spaces, to and from the market.
The party's Jim Muir said: "We want to show our solidarity with some of the businesses and stalls as we've all so much sympathy with them and the victims of this awful attack.
"The people of Burton want to show their support and defiance in the face of terrorism and we'd be happy to have two more members of the public join us free of charge.
"Bosses at the market have agreed to meet us down there. It's a fantastic market close to the centre of London and there's so much to see.
"We'll be enjoying our day around the coffee houses, bars and stalls and putting a bit of money in the traders' pockets.
"It's not just commerce either - there are always so many sideshows and entertainment all over the place.
"We just want to say 'we're here, we know what happened to you and how this horrific attack has affected you, but you have our support'.
"People need to remember that we're a big community right across the country and we need to stand up and support one another in times like these."
The bus will leave from Burton Caribbean Centre at 9am on Saturday, July 8 and will return from London at around 6pm.
Anyone who wants a place on the bus should call Mr Muir on 01283 544477.