THE LATEST edition of your Buxton Advertiser hits the shelves on Thursday morning, packed with all the latest local news, sport and entertainment - plus some fantastic deals for readers.
We have the exclusive story of two sisters who helped police jail the man who abused them. Now they are hoping to encourage more victims of sexual abuse to come forward - and to warn paedophiles that their crimes won’t stay hidden forever.
In Whaley Bridge, youngsters have celebrated the completion of a new £130,000 skate park.
We turn the spotlight on potential sites for the development of over 3,000 new homes in the High Peak - part one of the report focuses on Buxton.
German police students were in town this week learning about how local officers deal with the headache of Buxton’s infamous Blue Lagoon.
One local resident talks of their experience volunteering at the London 2012 Olympics while Chapel-en-le-Frith’s Richard Morris looks ahead to helping out at the Paralympics.
In your comprehensive seven-page sport section, Buxton manager Martin McIntosh looks ahead to the new season and declares his side are “a match for anyone”.
We have the usual two-page round-up of the local cricket scene including reports from the Bissenden Cup final between New Mills and Hayfield and Derbyshire County Cricket Club’s latest Clydesdale Bank 40 match against Kent plus the latest column by Nathan Fearn.
Our leisure guide features an interview with 10cc frontman Graham Gouldman - plus we have your usual round-up of the local entertainment scene in our weekly gig guide.
This week’s reader offers include the chance to win a third generation iPad.
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