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Tarmac at Tunstead near Buxton has recently donated £100 to Buxton Infant School to go towards new playground equipment.
The story of the quarrymen of the Buxton Lime Firms, as well as other local historical themes, will be brought to life in a series of podcasts that have been sponsored by Tarmac at Tunstead and will be produced by Discover Buxton
‘The War Years’ will be the theme of a special Quarry Exhibition, being held by Tarmac’s Tunstead site from Saturday 5 to Sunday 13 November. It will feature images from Tarmac’s archive photographs from the local area that date b
Fairfield Endowed (C of E) Junior School in Buxton has received a boost to its budget for educational trips, thanks to a donation from Tarmac at Tunstead. The school, which has recently taken a tour of Tarmac’s quarry and cemen
The World's first Hydrogen hybrid sweeper has been launched at the NEC which not only keeps our streets clean, but keeps the air clean too.
Tarmac at Tunstead near Buxton has made a donation to local gymnastics club, High Peak Gymnastics, towards the cost of new equipment.
In 2006, Cwmbran Vale Rotary Club started the Annual Christmas Pudding Appeal, raising thousands of pounds for charities to date through participating rotary clubs (e.g. £24,000 for Stroke Association by the 2014 & 2015 Appeals).
An opticians in Buxton is getting behind National Eye Health Week (19-25 September) by raising vital funds in support of Royal National Institute of Blind People (RNIB).
Contemporary artist Eddy Dreadnought has produced a 75m long piece of Land Art at Tarmac’s Hindlow Quarry near Buxton. An explanatory sign giving details of the inspiration behind the artwork has been unveiled recently, which c
Now that the summer holidays are coming to a close, a Buxton optician is advising that local parents have their children’s eyesight tested before they go back to the classroom.
Specsavers in Buxton is teaching people how to protect their eyesight against potential digital damage, following recent data which shows the average person spends 8 hours and 45 minutes a day on electronic devices.
DESPITE the nationwide decrease in footfall levels over the past weeks, an opticians in Buxton is bucking the trend after enjoying a record sales week.