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Bulgarian-owned engineering company, Water Fuel Engineering, has said it will continue to invest in Britain despite the UKs decision to leave the EU.
A LOCAL OPTICIANS in Buxton is busily preparing for its 20th anniversary in Buxton, and has a fun-filled day lined up for its loyal staff and customers in the town.
Whilst the beautiful Well Dressings are being created at St John’s Church in Buxton, there will be another chance to see some of Tarmac’s Quarryman exhibition showcased earlier in the year dating back to the early 19th Century.
Twenty one pupils from Peak Forest School (C of E) Primary School in Buxton were given an insight into the quarrying and limestone industries when they visited Tarmac’s Tunstead site in Derbyshire recently.
A Buxton man is hoping to raise £8,000 for charity by completing a sponsored walk from London to Paris with the support of his local opticians. Charles Gwillim will take on the challenge to raise money for the The U Foundation, a
Tarmac at Tunstead has donated £50 to Dove Jazz Club which will go towards the running costs of its annual Jazz Festival. The Festival runs from 1-3 July and is centred on the Village Hall in Dove Holes, Buxton.
This Diabetes Awareness Week (12-18 June), the team in Buxton Specsavers are supporting the cause by encouraging residents to book in for an eye examination, which can detect the condition and help save diabetics’ sight.
Pupils at Chapel-en-le-Frith Primary School have been presented with high-visibility vests by the local Barratt Homes team from nearby development, Becket’s Brow.
RESEARCH shows that close relatives of glaucoma sufferers are up to four times more likely to develop the sight-threatening condition than those without a family history of the disease[i].
Following the success of its Quarryman exhibition held at Buxton Methodist Church in February, Tarmac at Tunstead has donated £715 to local mental health charity the Grapevine wellbeing centre on the market place in Buxton.
A local opticians is offering advice to the one in five Buxton residents who suffer from hay fever*, on how best to protect their eyes.
Community groups, charities, schools and colleges in Buxton are being invited to come forward to apply for new funds available from Barratt Homes’ dedicated community initiative, the Barratt Legacy Programme.
A group of Master’s Degree students from the University of Salford who are studying Engineering Project Management visited Tarmac at Tunstead near Buxton to learn more about the use of natural gas in a modern cement and lime opera
Pupils from Chapel En Le Frith C of E primary school, have helped celebrate the arrival of new play facilities at Needhams Recreation Ground on Ashbourne Lane, installed by Chapel En Le Frith Parish Council in partnership with loc