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Buxton

(ˈbʌkstən)
n
(Placename) a town in N England, in NW Derbyshire in the Peak District: thermal springs. Pop: 20 836 (2001)
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Along with an image of a bottle of Buxton Water, Lee Parker wrote: "Bottle of water for anyone needing it?
"As I ran down towards her she was washing her hands from a big bottle of Buxton water.
In Europe its portfolio includes a wide range of brands, with the best-known ones in the UK being Buxton Water, Nestle Pure Life, Vittel, Perrier and San Pellegrino.
Now in its sixth year, ASDA stores have also handed out over pounds 20,000 worth of healthy food and drink including Buxton Water to children.
One heads off to the Buxton Water plant, three trickle away unused under the ancient Old Hall Hotel, and one bubbles up through a drinking fountain opposite Buxton's famous crescent - soon to be turned into a swanky pounds 32m spa hotel.
Despite leaving Tiger Tiger, he looked as if he was steering clear of the hard stuff with a bottle of Buxton water tucked under his arm.
Nestle said sales at its water business, which owns Buxton Water, had been softer in the second half, due to unfavourable weather in Europe.