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Poole's Cavern Buxton

13 Things you probably don’t know about Poole’s Cavern & Solomon’s Temple in Buxton

Poole's Cavern is one of the Peak Districts most popular attractions with its stunning two million year old show cave which is home to...
Grin Low Buxton

4 Creepy Places in Buxton Which Have Experienced Unusual Activity…

Given it's Hallowe'en soon, Darcus Wolfson guest writes for us again - about more creepy, spooky places... When I revealed the six spookiest places in...

Peak District and Derbyshire to become pollination hotspot for bumblebees with ‘Pollinating the Peak’...

The Bumblebee Conservation Trust are hoping 'Pollinating the Peak' will highlight the importance of bumblebees and other wild pollinators. As well as highlighting what people...

19 Things You Totally Need When You Go Camping…

The Peak District is a camping hotspot with some pretty amazing places to set up your tent and sleep under the stars for the night,...

Back by popular demand! Buxton’s Best Ginnels – Part 2

Due to popular demand, local horror writer Darcus Wolfson brings us a second guide to the alleyways of Buxton: Luckily, due to the rather relaxed...
Things to do at Christmas in Buxton

14 Things That You’ll Only Get If You’re From Buxton

1) If you're over 40, you may well have asked someone back in the 80's and early 90's whether they were 'bagging it'; the...

First phase works at Pump Room now complete as part of Crescent hotel development...

First phase repairs and refurbishment of Buxton’s Grade-II listed Pump Room (part of the £46m Crescent hotel development) are now complete – and this...

Walk into Buxton’s Coal Mining Past – Yes Really!

Coal mining is not something commonly associated with Buxton but there are traces of a 300 year old industry if you know where to...
Buxton Crescent major milestone

VIDEO: See inside The Assembly Room in detail at the Crescent, Buxton

Work is now well under way at the Crescent to transform the Grade 1 listed icon Buxton landmark into a luxury 5* spa hotel.  It is...

Buxton Climatological Station dating back more than 150 years is saved from closure

The Met Office Climatological Station, located on The Slopes in Buxton, just above the War Memorial, has records of the Buxton climate, reaching back...

10 Reasons to Ride an e-bike by Peak Ascent Cycles

The Peak District offers some of the best places to enjoy an outdoor adventure on two wheels. The terrain in the peaks is varied...

Buxton Crescent & Thermal Spa release brand new video filmed inside the building for...

It's now widely known that work this year began on the Crescent - Buxton's most anticipated project for a generation. The 18th century Grade...

Supporters Pledge 10k to fix Peak District National Park path on Kinder Scout

Supporters have reached a £10,000 fundraising target to help repair a damaged stretch of footpath on Kinder Scout in the Peak District National Park. The...
Crescent Buxton

Breaking NEWS: Historic moment reached as main works on Crescent begins as contract is...

It’s been billed the biggest development  in the recent history of Buxton’s Georgian gem, the Crescent, as the main contract work to restore the...

Part 2 – Vintage Buxton | 15 Even More Rare Images of Buxton in...

We know you enjoyed part 1 of our vintage images of Buxton so much that we decided to bring you part 2 - of...
Winter Solstice 2018

Winter Solstice 2018 – Everything You Need to Know

Winter Solstice 2018 - Everything You Need to Know About the Shortest Day of the Year This year’s winter solstice is on December 21 at...

Top 5 Alleys (Gennels) In Buxton

Gennels. snickets, gimmels - here's our pick of Buxton's top 5...
Unknown Buxton facts

Unknown Buxton facts – 10 Facts About Buxton Not Many People Know

This month, Peak District horror writer & film maker Darcus Wolfson talks to us about some lesser known facts of Buxton...

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Buxton Buzz Comedy Club

Monthly comedy night with stand-up from some new and not-so-new faces on the comedy club circuit | £9 in advance, £12 on the door