What’s in this week’s Buxton Advertiser

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THE LATEST edition of your Buxton Advertiser hits the shelves on Thursday morning, packed with all the latest local news, sport and entertainments - plus some fantastic deals for readers.

We hear how a Government decision on a key £600 million contract could have far-reaching consequences for post offices in the High Peak.

Flyposting, littering and dog fouling are all under the spotlight as new measures are unveiled by High Peak Borough Council to target the problems. And in Hayfield, planning chiefs give their verdict on a controversial housing scheme.

And it’s the end of an era for midwives and maternity assistants from Buxton’s Corbar Birth Centre - the Advertiser had led the fight against the centre’s closure.

We also have two pages on Bakewell Show, plus all your regular features - letters, Looking Back and the latest column from Nathan Fearn on Derbyshire County Cricket Club.

All this, as well as seven pages of comprehensive sport coverage and a range of reader offers including two fantastic voucher deals for Fairfield Plaice in Buxton.

So pick up your copy of the Buxton Advertiser for 65p. To subscribe each week, and make some great savings, call our subscriptions hotline on 0844 9916464.