Areas We Serve


Below are a few of the areas we serve around this famous Spa Town in Derbyshire. Buxton is in fact the highest market town in England at 300m above sea level. With a population of just over 22 thousand people it is on the edge of the Peak District National Park.

It is of course home to the Buxton Mineral Water Company that gets its water from St Ann’s Well. The source of which is a geothermal spring.

St Ann's Well - Buxton
St Ann’s Well

Buxton was first inhabited in the Stone Age, over 6,000 years ago. Later by the Romans who called it Aquae Arnemetiae and then in the middle ages, which was when the spring was dedicated to St Anne.

Now the town is a thriving tourist centre. Visit Buxton can guide you through everything there is on offer.

Villages and Towns near Buxton

The Derbyshire Dales is home to many beautiful villages and small towns, even the odd hamlet! Here are just a few that are all near Buxton, just a short journey away.

Whaley Bridge known for its scenic beauty and outdoor recreational opportunities. The market town of Bakewell with around 3,000 residents with its medieval parish church of St. John the Baptist and bridge over the River Wye.

New Mills is probably bigger than these two combined with it’s notable landmarks, including the New Mills Heritage and Information Centre and the Torrs Riverside Park. Chapel-en-le-Frith, at a similar size to New Mills, another market town famous for the Chapel-en-le-Frith Clock Tower and the St. Thomas a Becket Church.

Tideswell, a much smaller town, is often referred to as the “Cathedral of the Peak” with its over 700 year old Parish Church. Buxworth is of a similar size and was once a transport hub for the local cotton industry.

Old Dam, Monyash and Biggin are true English villages with hundreds, not thousands of residents. Monyash is popular with hikers and Biggin goes back to the Bronze Age. Old Dam is so small it is actually classified as a hamlet!

Harpur Hill and Disley are also all Bronze Age villages. Harpur Hill was a center for lead mining and Disley had a prominent role in wool trading.

Wildboarclough, Wincle, Sparrowpit and Flash are all villages with residents in the hundreds. Each also has an extensive history and their own centuries old Church.

Longnor, Chinley and Hartington are all slightly larger, but still small residential villages. Longnor is only a few miles from Buxton. Chinley and Hartington, are considered excellent destination for walkers and nature enthusiasts.

Pilsbury and Brandside are basically hamlets, but still near enough to Buxton to be able to enjoy our hearing services.

Other Areas We Serve

Dove Holes, Peak Dale and Taddington are all villages very close to Buxton. Peak Dale still serves as a place for housing for the quarries. Taddington was also based around farming as well as quarrying. Dove Holes has large limestone quarries and with a population of over 1,000 is by far the largest of these three villages.

Blackwell, or Blackwell-in-the-Peak is only five miles or so from Buxton. It is essentially a small hamlet steeped in history dating back to around the year 400.

As we are based in Buxton any one of these towns, villages or hamlets can get to us easily and receive excellent hearing care! Be it ear wax removal, hearing aids, tinnitus or just to clarify any doubts you may have. Make an appointment now and come and see us.

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