About Pure Buxton

Reaching around 25,000 readers
in the High Peak and beyond...

Pure Buxton is a free, high-quality magazine
launched in spring 2007 to focus on life in
Buxton and the High Peak.

The magazine has a high level of editorial content
covering local news and lifestyle, food & drink,
property, the arts and business. It also contains
the most comprehensive events guide in the area.

Produced by experienced journalists, Pure Buxton
is sought out by residents and visitors to the High
Peak and surrounding area.

For advertisers, its long shelf-life and strong
content make it a value-for-money investment.

Special rates available for advertisers using both
Pure Buxton and Pure Bakewell.

Frequency: 6 per year - bimonthly

Size: A4 60 pages average

3,000 copies delivered door-to-door
in A, B, C1 areas
7,000 copies available in key locations
around Buxton, Bakewell and High Peak
villages including Chapel-en-le-Frith,
Chinley, Hartington and Whaley Bridge.

Also available online, with free internet
hyperlinks for all advertisers


What our advertisers say...

"Thank you for the fabulous article, we have had lots of positive feedback from it. At least three customers last week came through the door with the magazine in their hand and a chap from London who has only just moved
to Buxton saw the article too and came to view kitchens yesterday."
Jenny Bradbury
Buxton Woodworks

“We had tried other press and radio advertising, but I wasn't convinced we were getting value for money. Our first advert in Pure was a bit of an experiment, but we were delighted by how many new customers came
through the door and a couple of years on, we're still getting a good response. It's money well spent.”

Peter Stokes
MD, World of Power


advertising rates


“The response from our feature was outstanding. I have previously advertised in the local paper, Yellow Pages and Yell and the interest and immediate response I got from potential customers this time was far better. The look and feel of the magazine is high quality and when I called on customers to price new contracts it was great to see them with the page open on my feature.”
Mark Sidebottom

Advertising with Pure Buxton is an absolute necessity for businesses in and around Buxton. Being a hotel and a restaurant we need to reach our local community and potential visitors to the area and Pure works for both of these markets. Steve and Lesley take a lot of the stress out of advert design and are an absolute pleasure to work with.”
Sally Burton
Old Hall Hotel, Buxton

“We've advertised in almost every edition of Pure and have found that the return on our investment has been excellent, both increasing our bookings and bringing new business from a wider field than we had anticipated.”
Chris Sweetmore
University of Derby, Buxton

“We have advertised in Pure from its very first issue. We select it for several reasons – the quality of the printing which is an important factor when reproducing artwork; it allows us to keep local people informed about our exhibitions; it's a very good read!”
Pauline Townsend
High Peak Artists

“We had tremendous feedback from the dining out feature, attracting a lot of people who had never been before – it has opened up a whole new market for us. The magazine readership fits the profile of our business perfectly.”
Paul Roden
Losehill House Hotel

"The response we had from the first has been fantastic! After each issue we get new people visiting our shop; it never fails to attract at least two or three new customers."
Angela Bennison
Famous Names Furniture


PureBuxton ratecard Click here to download a copy of our media pack

To advertise please contact Steve Caddy:

T: 01298 442013

M: 07951 399 995

E: info@purebuxton.co.uk

Merit Publications Limited
PO Box 140
SK17 1AU

 For advertising rates click on the link above, call 01298 442013 or email info@purebuxton.co.uk

Merit Publications Limited

PO Box 140, Buxton SK17 1AU

Registered company number 6003793
Reg office: Norfolk House, Hardwick Sq North, Buxton SK17 6PU

Lifestyle in Buxton & the heart of the Peak District