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Earl Sterndale C of E Primary School in the Upper Dove Valley has recently received a donation from Tarmac at Tunstead near Buxton, to go towards educational materials, activities and school trips.
An historic exhibition from the First and Second World Wars organised by Tarmac at Tunstead has generated sales of £480 from prints of archive photographs and donations during the event, with the money raised being shared between
Residents of the High Peak joined Blythe House Hospice in Chapel-en-le-Frith to remember and celebrate the life of someone special at this year’s Light up a Life Festival, which recently took place on the afternoon of Sunday 20th
HISTORIC Hassop Hall was the setting for the annual S. Anselm’s School Winter Ball.
Residents of the High Peak who would like to remember and celebrate the life of loved ones are invited to join Blythe House Hospice for its Light up a Life Festival, which takes place this year on the afternoon of Sunday 20 Novemb
WITH darker and longer nights already upon us and the Christmas party season getting closer, an optician in Buxton is reminding local people of the importance of looking after their eyesight in order to stay safe on the roads.
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 at Buxton Methodist church from Saturday 5th to Sunday 13th November. It will feature images from Tarmac’s archive photographs from the local a