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Surface dressing of roads in Buxton will begin next month, the county council has confirmed.
These are some of the recent planning applications received by High Peak Borough Council.
Nature lovers could be making a bee-line to three High Peak train stations once the coronavirus lockdown is over.
Big-hearted Glossopians - including some in the States - have been digging deep to support Christian Aid Week.
This is soldiers posing for a photograph in the grounds of Glossop's Partington Hospital, where they were taken to convalesce after being wounded in the First World War.
This is how Station Road in Hadfield used to look when many of the main roads in and out of Glossopdale bristled with tracks and there were plenty of trams trundling over them.
Eight months before the 1971 Glossop Festival, the organisers had some big ideas such as booking the Red Arrows.
A community initiative in Whitfield has been pulling out all the stops to make sure residents don’t go hungry over lockdown – even after membership numbers have tripled.