SNOW LATEST: Live updates as snow and ice bring disruption to Derbyshire

A number of Derbyshire routes have been closed due to heavy snow and ice.

NOSTALGIA: A look back at the news of yesteryear in Buxton and High Peak

Here's a look back at some stories making the headlines 25, 50 and 100 years ago in the Buxton Advertiser & Herald.

Trains at Buxton Station.

Trains resume on Buxton line amid more disruption

Delays and cancellations to train services running between Buxton and Manchester Piccadilly were reported on Sunday.
Trains lined up at Buxton station.

Train services remain suspended between Buxton and Hazel Grove

Northern has said it will not be operating any trains between Buxton and Hazel Grove on Saturday March 3.
Homes in the Peak District have been affected by power cuts caused by the snow and Storm Emma.

Engineers battle to restore power to Peak District properties

Electricity engineers have been battling the elements to restore power supplies to homes and businesses affected by Storm Emma.
Alison and Darcey Wibberley with Emily and Starr Williamson.

Follow in the musical footsteps of Kinder Children's Choirs 'grandchildren'

Kinder Choirs have had many choristers pass through their ranks since they started 27 years ago.

Princess Margaret on a visit to Buxtons Pavilion Gardens in November 1993 to attend the worlds biggest first aid competition.

What made the news 25, 50 and 100 years ago in Buxton and High Peak

Here's a look back at the stories making the headlines 25, 50 and 100 years ago in the Buxton Advertiser & Herald.

The location of the proposed new tearoom. Image: Google.

Green light for new tearoom at Buxton shop parade

Plans paving the way for a new tearoom opening at a Buxton shopping parade have been approved.

Rivendale Caravan Park, located off the A515 between Buxton and Ashbourne.

Investment pledge by new owners of Peak District caravan park

The new owners of a Peak District caravan park have signaled their intention to "invest significantly" in the new acquisition.

A photo showing the July 2016 pollution incident in Whaley Bridge.

£155,000 paid to environmental charities after sewage pollutes watercourses

United Utilities has paid out £155,000 to environmental charities after admitting causing sewage to pollute two watercourses.
Police are appealing for witnesses.

Derbyshire police issue appeal over weekend vehicle crimes

Police are investigating after two cars were broken into and a camper van was stolen during one weekend.

The site of the former Buxton Water bottling factory on Station Road, Buxton.

Public exhibition on plan for new Buxton hospital and retirement housing development

Plans for a new £20m state-of-the-art hospital in Buxton and specialist retirement housing are to be showcased at a public exhibition in Buxton.
Fly tipping is becoming a growing problem in the High Peak.

High Peak welcomes proposed new powers to tackle fly tipping

New proposals aimed at tackling the scourge of fly tipping have been welcomed by High Peak Borough Council.

The funding is aimed at unlocking the potential of future housing sites.

£2m awarded to unlock potential for 675 new homes in Buxton

Government investment to the tune of £2m has been awarded to help unlock the future development of more than 600 new homes in Buxton.
The popular event draws crowds of people to Buxton on theSpring Bank Holiday in May.

Buxton's Spring Fair WILL go ahead in 2018 - after new organisers step forward

Buxton's hugely-popular Spring Fair has been saved - and will go ahead as originally planned in 2018.
Tarmac's Graham Cooper, High Peak Mayor Councillor Matthew Stone and Simon Fussell from Buxton Town Team with Jack.

Sculpture unveiled in Buxton to celebrate area’s quarrying links

A large wooden sculpture has been unveiled in Buxton’s Ashwood Park as a striking symbol of the area’s quarrying heritage.


Snow and ice leads to travel disruption in parts of Derbyshire

Snow and ice has been causing disruption in some areas of Derbyshire, with four roads expected to stay closed until Friday.
Ruth George

High Peak MP: rail users ‘fed up’ with price hikes and poor service

High Peak MP Ruth George has branded the current rail franchising model “a licence to print money and rip off commuters”.

The premises on South Avenue in Buxton. Photo: Google.

Plans for new vinyl record shop and cafe in Buxton approved

Proposals for a new vinyl record shop and cafe in Buxton appear to be groovin' forward.
Hannah Lomas, John Gilberthorpe and Rebecca Perkins. Photos by Josephine Bostin.

PICTURES: Chapel Players give a fresh take on Robin Hood classic

Chapel Players are preparing to transport audiences back to Ye Olde England with their latest production, Robin and the Sherwood Hoodies.

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