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10 Things You Should Know About Fraudsters

10 Things You Should Know About Fraudsters

Criminals are entrepreneurial and are always finding new ways to steal your money and/or information. At the Business Crime Reduction Centre, they are constantly looking for ways to raise awareness of what they are up to. Here are

1) They want your identity Your personal information is more valuable than you realise. Fraudsters will scour the internet to collect your details – don’t make it easy for them. Your Facebook profile is a treasure trove of inf [...]

Looking to Take Your Business Mobile?

Looking to Take Your Business Mobile?

Many companies throughout the UK still aren’t taking mobile technology seriously. The potential is huge and if you’re looking to take your business mobile, there are many ways you and your firm could benefit.

Designing and developing mobile apps for the likes of iPhone, iPad and Android can seem like a daunting task for most UK businesses. Long lead times, high development costs and actual usefulness for company applications can often [...]

Rock Choir Offers Hope for a Peaceful Nights Sleep

Rock Choir Offers Hope for a Peaceful Nights Sleep

If you suffer from snoring or are fed up at being kept awake by your partner’s nocturnal noises, joining your local Rock Choir could be the answer to uninterrupted sleep. Joining the nation’s favourite contemporary choir can help

One local Rock Choir leader Jennie Harwood explains: “Singing helps to exercise and strengthen muscles in the soft palette, which is where the snoring vibration occurs. A study carried out by the Royal Devon and Exeter NHS Foundat [...]

Reflections from a New Host Family!

Reflections from a New Host Family!

"Having lost our beloved 15 year old Schnauzer in April 2013 and chancing upon Barking Mad at a local show in June, we have now welcomed several holiday dogs into our home and our lives. Friends had advised caution of us experienc

Barking Mad offers a unique and professional alternative to kennels. So successful has the company been since its launch in High Peak, and surrounding areas, that proprietors Jan & Phil are keen to recruit additional host families [...]

The Essential Resource for Retailers

The Essential Resource for Retailers

If you're a retailer looking to get more customers through the door and onto your site, and want to know how you can maximise sales through important calendar events, then look no further than RedBorder Ltd. They have launched the

To successfully stay in business retailers must now stay one step ahead of their competition, and be both proactive and reactive when it comes to important annual events. Now in its second year, The Retail Calendar by RedBord [...]

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Buxton Museum & Gallery to feature Buxton artist’s local landscape collection

Buxton Museum & Gallery to feature Buxton artist’s local landscape collection

The work of an award-winning mixed media artist from Buxton will feature in Buxton Museum and Gallery’s ‘Derbyshire Landscapes – Then and Now’ programme next month.

Inspired by the local landscape, Ingrid Karlsson-Kemp’s ‘Landmarks’ exhibition captures some of Derbyshire’s finest hidden treasures, including the famous Chrome Hill, Park House Hill and Eagle Stone near Baslow. Speaking of [...]

harold newton

harold newton

harold newton son of edward newton

announcing the death of harold newton his father was edward newton if anyone knows him would they get in contact with his sister he died on feb 7 2014 thank you barbara [...]

Artist celebrates 50 years with solo exhibition

Artist celebrates 50 years with solo exhibition

An award-winning painter and ceramicist is celebrating his fifty-year long career in art with a solo exhibition. From 15th February to 21st April, visitors to the Buxton Museum and Art Gallery will be able to enjoy Gary Sampson’s

‘Fifty Years – A Personal View’ is a selection of diverse work inspired by the Derbyshire Peak District landscape. Describing his work, Gary said: ‘The strongest influence on my work has always been my local environment. Because I [...]

Join in with Sign2Sing

Join in with Sign2Sing

People from Buxton are being asked to join in with a charity record breaking attempt to get the most people signing and singing a song on the same day.

Children and adults from the town are being reminded to register for SignHealth’s sign2sing fundraiser on Wednesday, February 5. Linda Petrons, Events and Corporate Fundraiser at SignHealth, which is the national healthcare ch [...]

Mark National Storytelling Week with Local Art Workshops

Mark National Storytelling Week with Local Art Workshops

A local artist is helping to mark National Storytelling Week (1 - 8th Feb) by launching a programme of narrative-based art workshops. Taking place at her Moorland Studio, Earl Sterndale, Ingrid Karlsson-Kemp’s workshop programme i

As well as experimenting with a variety of mixed media techniques in an informal and relaxed environment, attendees will be encouraged to use their imagination and draw on their own storytelling experiences whilst benefiting from [...]

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