Buxton Advertiser Chip Shop of the Year 2015: the shortlist is revealed

Help us find the best chip shop in the High Peak.
Help us find the best chip shop in the High Peak.

This is your chance to vote for your favourite High Peak fish and chip shop.

We’ve been asking you to tell us which one gets it right and why it should be named the best.

The entries have been received, and now we can reveal the shortlist (see below).

The one that eventually gets the most votes from our readers will be crowned the Buxton Advertiser Chip Shop of the Year.

It could be the delicious fish or crispy batter that make you love your chippy so much.

Or maybe it’s the quality of the potatoes and the fact that when they’re made into chips, they’re kept fresh and cooked to order.

Maybe you love the banter you have with the staff and enjoy the place’s quirky touches.

But it doesn’t end there. Chippies have broadened their horizons so it might be that you want to give credit for something else!

A tasty kebab and chips. The perfect pie and chips. A succulent sausage and chips – you get the gist!

To vote for your favourite, you can either text your vote or fill out a form in the Buxton Advertiser and send it to us.

The winner with the most votes will then be announced and presented with their prize.

Buxton Advertiser Chip Shop of the Year 2015 shortlist

101. Harpur’s Plaice – Harpur Hill

102. The Coach House – Scarsdale Place, Buxton

103. The Friary – Whaley Bridge.

104. Fairfield Plaice – Victoria Park Road, Fairfield

105. Furness Vale Fish Bar – Buxton Road, Furness Vale

106. Crispy Cod - Market Street, New Mills

To vote by text

Text BADCHIPS then a space, followed by the number of the chip shop you wish to vote for along with your name, address and postcode to 65550.

To vote by post

Fill out a voting form printed in the Buxton Advertiser and post it to Chip Shop of the Year, PO Box 316, Rossendale, BB4 0DU.

Terms & conditions

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