We would like to congratulate the Palace Hotel on the quality of the repair work carried out to the damaged will at the Junction of the A53 and Devonshire Road.
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Artist's Impression of how the Old Toilet site on Water Street could look.
The Old Toilet site on Water Street as it is now.
One of the areas that was identified as 'neglected' in the first Vulnerable Places and Spaces survey was the Old Toilet site on Water Street.
It is currently vacant, though it is used as an off street car park on occasions. We have offered to create a sensory garden on the site with seating and perhaps a statute or two.
We have had an encouraging response from High Peak Borough Council, though for the next few months the site will be used as storage for the building works that are taking place at the Opera House during the spring.
Lyn Noble has prepared an artists impression of how the site could look based on ideas that Diane White has had.
Before working up a detailed proposal we would be interested in ascertaining people's thoughts and ideas.
Please feel free to contact us via the contact form on our website.
Former VisitEngland Chief Executive James Berresford will talk about modern day tourism in the UK before discussing the impact of the multi-million pound restoration of Buxton’s Crescent as a five-star spa hotel on the local economy.
Derbyshire man, James, is the first Chair of the Buxton Crescent and Thermal Spa Heritage Trust, which will establish and manage the associated visitor attractions focussing on the town’s unique spa heritage.
The Crescent will bring a major boost to the local economy by generating more visitors and a higher profile for the town, and James’ appointment will ensure that local people are kept fully engaged and informed, as the project acts as a catalyst for the regeneration of Buxton and the High Peak.
Wednesday, February 22, 6-8pm
The Crescent and Beyond - Modern tourism in the UK
University of Derby Buxton Campus, Devonshire road, Buxton, SK17 6RY.
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Its Time to start planning for Civic Day 2017
Every June Civic Voice organise a National Civic Day.
Civic Day is a chance to celebrate and showcase the diversity and range of activities taking place across the civic movement and unites us with a simple idea – that we can all do something, however big or small, to make our towns, villages and cities great places to live in.
Last Year we held a members evening and showcased the work that we had been doing on the Places and Spaces Project. In 2014 we held a small pop up exhibition by Turners Memorial to celebrate the work that BCA has done and is doing.
If you are interested in getting involved or have some ideas about how we can celebrate Civic Day 2017, our 50th Anniversary year, drop us a line at email@example.com
Bess Barton talks about her early memories of Burbage
Bess Barton talks to Alan Roberts about her memories of walking to school from the Beet and the farm dog misbehaving.
Keith Worsencroft remembers an early dye test on Stanley Moor
Alan Roberts talks to Bill Norton about the Naming of Shepherds Cottages and the V1 attack in 1944
In the second interview with Bill Norton, Bill reminiscences about 4 Shepherds Cottage, and the V1 rocket attack on Manchester on Christmas Eve 1944. Where exactly in the Goyt Valley did one of the rockets land and explode?
Keith Worsencraft talks about the early years of the Eldon Potholing Club
Keith Worsencraft started caving with the Eldon Potholing club in 1957. In the first of four interviews he talks about the early years of the club, meeting the famous French speleologist, Norbert Casteret at the Nottingham Goose Fair, and taking part in a conference on Caving in France in 1959.