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 hear from Whaley Bridge teenager Jennifer Pinches on her Olympic debut as part of Great Britain women’s artistic gymnastics team. GB’s women finished sixth in the team event at the London 2012 Games this week - their best post-war performance.
There is a report from High Peak Magistrates’ Court of an animal cruelty case which an RSPCA inspector has described as the worst she has seen in her career.
The date for the official opening of Buxton’s new £35 million hotel and spa complex in the Crescent is revealed, along with details of the full programme of works announced at a public meeting on Monday.
High Peak’s three main political parties have their say on the row over future housing targets for the borough, and there is a report on the first day of the 182nd Bakewell Show - plus a look ahead to the Bakewell Music Festival.
We also have all your regular features - two pages of 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 the chance to win tickets to the National Home Improvement Show at London’s Olympia.
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.