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Peter Aitchison, travel photographer

Like a cat with nine lives – that’s travel photographer Peter Aitchison.

He has faced challenges that would see most of us crumble, but he just brushes himself down and heads on to the next hurdle. 903 more words


Photo Challenge on streets of Buxton

The third Buxton Photo Challenge, organised by Chapel Camera Club, will take place at Buxton Museum and Art Gallery on Saturday August 22.

The event, which is aimed at any budding photographer or enthusiastic amateur, promises to be a fun day of photography. 80 more words


Symbol: Your Person

We find ourself floundering very often. And it takes so much of energy to refocus and direct our life again. That’s why it is so important to have a lighthouse in our lives. 108 more words


Buxton Well Dressing - St. Ann's Well

The last day of my assignment in Buxton and the last day of the town’s well dressing festival.

Well dressing is a traditional summer festival in the limestone country of the Derbyshire dales and most probably has pagan origins. 138 more words


Buxton a little piece of Italy in the hills?

Its festival time in Buxton, and the sun is shining and joy of joy there is a Waterstones, albeit in a temporary shed. Will I be able to resist the temptation to buy more books? 624 more words

Match Report: Buxton 0-4 Chesterfield

Chesterfield recorded a second win in two evenings with a 4-0 victory over Buxton, ahead of their training camp in Portugal next week.

First half goals from Daniel Jones and Jay O’Shea put the Spireites in the driving seat before trialist Jake Orrell and Mani Dieseruvwe confirmed the win, leaving manager Dean Saudners happy with the pre season progress of his side. 671 more words

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