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Birthday celebrations for Buxton Market

Buxton will be celebrating the one-year anniversary of its revitalised market this weekend, After years of decline, the revamped market opened to shoppers on Saturday April 30 last year, thanks to the hard work of Buxton Town Team which took control of i

today, 00:19 in Regional East

Lola just weeks away therapy to improve life

It is now just weeks until an inspirational Buxton girl will fly out to Turkey to get intensive dolphin therapy thanks to the kindness of the community. Last year the whole town got behind the campaign to fund Lola Thomas’ £10,000 trip for rehabilitation

yesterday, 16:54 in Regional East

New gym class consists of nothing but sleeping

The frantic, stress-inducing nature of modern life means that few of us seem to get enough sleep, and if you’re a parent, regularly getting your full 40 winks becomes even more of a luxury. With this in mind, family fitness brand David Lloyd Clubs is lau

yesterday, 16:54 in Regional East

ON THIS DAY: Severe weather alert of SNOW for Derbyshire

It’s hard to believe after today’s sunshine, but this time last year the Met Office was warning Derbyshire residents to batten down the hatches because of the threat of SNOW! On April 28, 2016, A ‘yellow’ warning was issued for Derbyshire as an area of r

yesterday, 16:54 in Regional East

Over a quarter of Brits sacrifice their own holidays for stag and hen parties

Over a quarter of Brits are sacrificing their own holidays in order to attend stag and hen parties costing an average of £507 a time, new research shows. Conducted by personalised clothing retailer Banana Moon clothing, the survey looked into British att

yesterday, 15:55 in Regional East

43,000 breakdowns expected on UK roads this weekend

As drivers prepare to hit the roads and enjoy the early May bank holiday weekend, Green Flag is warning that 43,000 breakdowns will cause chaos on Britain’s roads, with 10 breakdowns taking place every minute. More than 9,700 battery breakdowns are expec

yesterday, 15:34 in Regional East

Pet blood bank can be the difference between life and death for canine pals

Frederick the Great of Prussia was undoubtedly quite right when he said that dog was man’s best friend. Your best canine pal is always there and all he or she will ask in return is a walk, something to eat and a bit of a fuss. And, knowing how much your

yesterday, 15:25 in Regional East

All you need to know about the latest craze to sweep schools - and offices

It’s the latest craze that’s sweeping playgrounds and offices alike - so here’s all you need to know about fidget spinners and where to find them. Coming in a variety of shapes and colours, the fidget spinners are the most popular of a range of ‘kidult’

yesterday, 15:25 in Regional East

QUICK QUIZ: Seven questions about the last seven days...

It’s been another busy week in the world of sport and showbiz, but have you been keeping up with the latest goings on? Have a go at our quick quiz and see...

yesterday, 14:40 in Regional East

Man was attacked in Buxton street

Officers investigating a serious assault in Buxton are appealing for information. Just after 8pm on Wednesday, April 26, a man was attacked in the area of South Street and Buxton Market Place. He later attended hospital for treatment. The offenders are b

yesterday, 14:40 in Regional East

LETTER: Contribution is appreciated at Stepping Hill Hospital

“Think of what Jeremy Hunt’s doing to the NHS” said the nurse as she strapped the apparatus round my upper arm and prepared to take a reading. I was in Stepping Hill Hospital and my blood pressure had been dangerously low the previous day so the nurse wa

yesterday, 13:47 in Regional East

RISE AND SHINE: Live travel updates, weather and fun quizzes

Welcome to our live feed on Friday, April 28. Keep refreshing this page for all the latest news across the East Midlands.

yesterday, 10:46 in Regional East

FOOD REVIEW: The Packhorse Inn, Little Longstone

When you arrive at the Packhorse Inn, two signs greet you. One reads ‘Kids, dogs and muddy boots welcome’ and the other ‘shut the bloody door’. Now, I’ll come to the latter later but the first pretty much sums up this place.

yesterday, 09:50 in Regional East

BUXTON SPRING FAIR 2017: What’s on when and where

Whether you want to see Buxton Rugby Club in action or watch the Chapel Morris Men shaking their bells, have a go at a three-legged race or taste the culinary delights from Derbyshire or around the world, there will be something for everyone at the Buxto

yesterday, 07:21 in Regional East

£3million fund to boost Derbyshire and Nottinghamshire’s rural economy

Businesses and organisations are being encouraged to bid into a £3million fund to boost the rural economy in Derbyshire and Nottinghamshire. Money for three programmes is now available via the European Agricultural Fund for Rural Development (EAFRD) port

yesterday, 07:21 in Regional East

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