A report on Derbyshire and Buxton

The henge monument at Arbor Low
Filling bottles with water at St Ann's Well
Flooding in South Wingfield Derbyshire in 2012
Buxton Wells, from a 1610 map
A cross-section of northern Derbyshire, from west to east, showing the approximate structure of an eroded dome, with younger Coal Measure rocks to the east, and older limestone exposed in the centre
Buxton in 1965 with shoppers and tourists filling Spring Gardens
Buxton Town Hall (on the right)
The rugged moorland edge of the southern Pennines at Kinder Downfall
Buxton Crescent and St Ann's Well
The ruins of the Magpie Mine near Sheldon
Nocturnal view of the restored Buxton Thermal Baths, and Brian Clarke's modern stained glass canopy over the Cavendish Arcade
Derbyshire parliamentary constituencies 2019 election result
Corbar Hill and the Dome
County Hall, Matlock
Palace Hotel
One of many Victorian village schools in Derbyshire
Corbar Cross
County Cricket Ground, in Derby
Buxton Opera House
The scenic Derbyshire that attracts tourists
Buxton Raceway
Flag of Derbyshire
View of Buxton from Solomon's Temple
Charles Henry John Chetwynd-Talbot, Vanity Fair, 1903
Herbert Eisner
Vera Brittain
Lloyd Cole, 2010
Mick Andrews, 1976
Station exterior in 1965. The present station is on the left and the former Midland Railway station is in the centre of the picture

Buxton is a spa town in the Borough of High Peak, Derbyshire, England.

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Later they settled round Buxton, famed for its warm springs, and set up a fort near modern-day Derby in an area now known as Little Chester.

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The henge monument at Arbor Low

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The tower of Derby Cathedral.
View of Derby Cathedral's facing clock tower
Statue of Bonnie Prince Charlie on Cathedral Green
Derby Silk Mill is part of the Derwent Valley Mills World Heritage Site
Derby Council House
Representation of The Derby Ram in East Street
Derby built-up area, also showing Quarndon
Old steam crane, manufactured by "Henry J. Coles", in Derby. Villalba station, Spain.
Annual dinner of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers held in the carriage works of the Midland Railway at Derby in 1898. Samuel Johnson, the railway's Chief Mechanical Engineer was the institution president.
Pickford's House Museum
Derby Guildhall, the former seat of local government, today serves primarily as a 240-seat theatre. It was rebuilt after the previous hall was destroyed by fire in 1841.
Mercian Way, looking across Abbey Street towards Uttoxeter New Road
Derby railway station
Pride Park Stadium
Derby-born Melissa Reid
The restored Grove Street Lodge and "Grand Entrance" at the northern end of the Arboretum
Ye Olde Dolphin Inne

Derby is a city and unitary authority area in Derbyshire, England.

There is another campus in north Derbyshire at Buxton.

The ITV Granada region

ITV Granada

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ITV franchisee for the North West of England and Isle of Man.

ITV franchisee for the North West of England and Isle of Man.

The ITV Granada region
The ITV Granada region
The Granada region before franchise changes in 1968
A 2001–2002 ident with the website for itv.com and the region's familiar logo.
ITV Granada logo used from 2006 to 2013.
Granada Studios with the red logo and lattice broadcasting tower on the roof – both of which have been removed in recent years.
Granada's arrow TV ident 1956–1968
The Granada TV ident with the pointed G symbol, in use 1969–86
A Granada TV ident with the pointed G symbol from 1992
The Coronation Street set at the Granada Studios Tour
Entrance to Granada Studios Tour
GSB's logo

Granada Television was received in what is now Greater Manchester, Lancashire, Merseyside and Cheshire, the south of what is now Cumbria (then Lancashire, and smaller parts of Westmorland and Yorkshire) around Barrow-in-Furness, the High Peak district of Derbyshire (Glossop, Buxton) and parts of the Isle of Man.

Sarah Ward (novelist)

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Sarah Rhiannon Ward (living) is an English novelist and critic living in the Peak District of rural Derbyshire.

The books are set in and near the fictional town of Bampton, which the author states "is partly based on Buxton with its Georgian architecture, Bakewell, which is a well-heeled market town with a strong tourist industry, and Cromford with its canal and fantastic industrial heritage."