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Eyam Plague Village in Derbyshire

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Anyone enjoyed this relaxing stroll into Eyam Village?

 

The tea shop here is amazing by the way. Not the one in the square (although that's great) but the Eyam Tea Shop and B&B just behind where the photo in the video above is taken

 

 

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On 17/05/2018 at 09:27, Sheffield History said:

Anyone enjoyed this relaxing stroll into Eyam Village?

 

The tea shop here is amazing by the way. Not the one in the square (although that's great) but the Eyam Tea Shop and B&B just behind where the photo in the video above is taken

 

 

I have been to Eyam many a time and enjoyed every visit.

Apart from the obvious history and sights of the village, the scenery, the walking and the cafes are lovely.

We usually walk there from Grindleford or the 65 bus takes you directly there, a must place to visit.

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I went on the bus

So easy to get there/back from there

Via Chatsworth Estate too - lovely!

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Either way it is a treat for the senses, everyone should go, get a piece of history, have wonderful walk, see outstanding natural beauty and refresh your soul.

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