Welcome to Vision Buxton

About Vision Buxton

Vision Buxton is a membership organisation which brings together local businesses, community groups and individuals who are all passionate about making Buxton an even better place to live work and play.  Our organisation plays an important role within the community and the commercial life of our town.

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Benefits of Membership

Vision Buxton members enjoy many benefits including networking events, a free listing in our business directory, representation and consultation, loyalty schemes and much more.

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Our Initiatives


All our members feature in our directory. You can find out more about them – and a whole range of special offers – from their entry.

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Members with a tourism-related business are eligible for an enhanced listing on the Visit Buxton website; our popular website for visitors and locals.

This includes images, contact details and weblinks.

Join us

To be a strong town partnership, Vision Buxton needs your involvement and participation. We welcome individuals, community groups and all local businesses (whatever their size) to help us in making Buxton an even better place to live, work and play. Please join us.


Update on the Crescent Renovation Project

In early November, Jonathan Dawson, General Manager at Buxton Crescent Hotel & Thermal Spa, gave a presentation to our members at the Old Hall Hotel to update us on the renovation and plans moving forward. Hotel Jonathan began the presentation answering the question on most people’s lips –  “the Crescent will open when it is ready” (but…

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Full Speed Ahead for “The Peaks and Dales Rail Link”

A group of Derbyshire organisations and individuals are working together to re-establish a passenger rail link between Manchester and the East Midlands, linking the north and south of the county, via the re-instatement of the line from Rowsley to Blackwell, permitting through journeys from Derby to Buxton and Manchester via Bakewell and the Peaks. Having…

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Fringe40: the results are in

Buxton Fringe has revealed that this year’s bumper Fringe40 festival resulted in approximately 12,890 tickets being sold, a 43% increase on 2018. Meanwhile combined audience and performer spending resulted in a nearly £350,000 contribution to the local economy. Fringe40 was the biggest ever Fringe with 220 separate events. The average per performance audience figure for…

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