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Accountants near Buxton
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Local Authority located in Buxton
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Interior Decorating Art in Buxton
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Business Gift Ideas in Buxton
Buxton, a spa town in Derbyshire is the highest market town in England, some 1,000 feet (300 m) above sea level.[nb 1] Buxton is close to the county boundaries of Cheshire to the west and Staffordshire to the south, on the edge of the Peak District National Park. The municipal borough merged in 1974 with places that included Glossop to form the local government district and borough of High Peak. The town population was 22,115 at the 2011 Census. Sights include Poole's Cavern, a limestone cavern open to the public, St Ann's Well, fed by a geothermal spring bottled by Buxton Mineral Water Company, and several Georgian buildings round John Carr's restored Buxton Crescent, including Buxton Baths. Also notable is the Frank Matcham-designed Buxton Opera House, which holds music and theatre events. The Devonshire Campus of the University of Derby occupies historic buildings in the town. It is twinned with Oignies, France, and Bad Nauheim, Germany.
The origins of the town's name are uncertain. It may be derived from the Old English for Buck Stone or for Rocking Stone. The town grew in importance in the late 18th century when it was developed by the Dukes of Devonshire, with a resurgence a century later as the Victorians were drawn to the reputed healing properties of the waters.
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