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Old Hall Hotel’s Bar Manager running the London Marathon

Our very own Rick Forder (Bar Manager) has decided to attempt the London Marathon this year to raise money for Children with Cancer UK. He has a large target to get to and is passionate about his chosen charity.  If you would like to sponsor this effort just follow the link below, every penny really does help.

http://www.justgiving.com/Rick-Forder?utm_source=emailvision&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=comm_donation_receipt

Plan your escape with Exodus and Travel Counsellors

 

As the short days and long dark winter take their toll, now is the time when many of our thoughts turn to holidays.  And in February, further inspiration can be found at Buxton’s Old Hall Hotel – at an event offering a range of adventurous ways to escape.

Enjoy a free adventure presentation at the Old Hall Hotel in Buxton on Tuesday 25th February at 7.30pm.  Just call 01298 807840 to book yourself on.

Meningitis Research Foundation – 25th Anniversary Walk

Friday 23rd May – Friday 30th May 2014 Trans-Pennine Walk

Its their 25th anniversary this year!  Join Meningitis Research Foundation staff on their 25th anniversary walk to raise funds for their life saving work.  Join them for the day or for the whole journey, its up to you,  Just make sure you join them!

For more information please contact 01454 281811 or email henryb@meningitis,org

www.meningitis.org

 

Peak District Trade Fair – Friday 14th March 2014

Brining Local Producers and Local Suppliers together at the beautiful Devonshire Dome.The Peak District Trade Fair is a unique opportunity for local suppliers and buyers in the Peak District to do business together.It is widely accepted that the Peak District has an abundance of good food and drink producers as well as a diverse range of artists and craft makers.

www.peakdistricttradefair.co.uk

 

Why should you visit Buxton?

Buxton is a small town with a huge amount to offer. We want to put Buxton on the map – regionally, nationally and internationally. To do this we need to build awareness of Buxton. We need to sell Buxton to the outside world – to tourists, visitors and potential investors. The more people that promote Buxton consistently and talk about this special part of the world – for example online, in press, at work and through marketing – the more recognition our Buxton brand will have. The more recognisable and valuable our brand becomes, the more it can help us all to sell products and services to the rest of the world.

CLICK HERE TO TAKE A LOOK AT WHY YOU SHOULD VISIT BUXTON

 

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