Sunday, 9 April 2017

378 May Walks from Eyam

Our next walks venue will be


 in the heart of the Peak District
Saturday 13th May 2017
0800hrs prompt from the Short Stay Car Park

The village of Eyam (pronounced Eem) which sits snugly in relative isolation deep in the heart of the Peak District surrounded by a rugged landscape of limestone hills and dales and sheltered from the north by the dominating prominence of Eyam Edge, is perhaps the most well documented and most visited of all Derbyshire's villages.

It's inhabitants are justifiably proud of their village and it's place in history for Eyam is known famously as the "˜Plague Village' - and thousands of visitors flock here every year from all over the world, fascinated by the valiant story of sacrifice which the village has to tell. More....

There will be three Walks as normal.

The public toilets in the car park are excellent and FREE 


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