This year 77,000 copies of the popular guide will be printed for free distribution to visitors and potential visitors to the town.
It includes useful information including events guides, restaurant listings, information about shops and attractions, and most importantly a Town Map.
It will be available to pick up from the Tourist Information Centre, Spring Gardens Shopping Centre and many other venues in the town.
The Town Guide will also be available to other Tourist Information Centres.
To advertise contact Dave Mulholland at firstname.lastname@example.org
Full Page 184 x 88mm £495
Half Page 88 x 88mm £298
Quarter Page 88 x 42mm £210 1/8 Page 42 x 42mm £149
• Format: pdf, jpg, tiff
• High Resolution (300dpi) CMYK
Buxton logo on Squash Club t-shirts
Buxton Squash club have 2 teams that play in the North West Counties Squash League. They train on a Monday evening at the Fairfield Centre and play matches on Thursdays against teams from Macclesfield, Prestbury, Bollington, Alderley Edge, New Mills, Disley, Knutsford and so on. There are 20 in the squad and they would welcome more. Steve says 'It’s a great game, extremely energetic'.
Inquiries to Steve Hollick Stephen.Hollick@ottercontrols.com
Vision Buxton working with Buxton Community School
The mentors spent the day overseeing the work and prompting discussion, with a view to offering to showcase the most promising videos or magazine articles on the Visit Buxton website and in Pure Buxton magazine.
We were impressed by the quality of much of the material and found that the views of these younger members of our community were mature and helpful, and can help to inform the debate about Buxton's future.
Vision Buxton looks forward to continuing to work with Buxton's secondary school sector.
New Drive To Boost Tourism In Derbyshire Market Towns
“We’re working with towns that have been identified as having potential to develop further as thriving tourist attractions, and my job will be to act as a catalyst to help them fulfil that potential – organising everything from workshops and seminars to business support and advice,” said Jessica. “The aim is to attract visitors to come and see what our varied market towns have to offer, to stay and spend money in Derbyshire, and we’ll be developing itineraries to persuade them to visit more than one of our towns while they are here."
“We’ll also concentrate on promoting Derbyshire-made products, with the main focus on food and drink, to encourage local businesses to use local products, and to make it clear to visitors that they are. So there’ll be workshops and advice on branding, and we’ll also be linking in with food fairs, farmers’ markets and other events."
She would like to hear from businesses in Buxton to discuss what type of support they need to help their communities flourish and prosper in the future. Businesses and organisations who would like to get involved in the Market Towns project are invited to contact Jessica at email@example.com or on 01246 212924 ext. 2008.