Our Mamma Mia ladies night last night was attended by 42 upbeat crazy ladies. We had a set 3 course Greek meal with dips, Moussaka, Greek Salad and an Orange and Honey Greek yoghurt cake with ice cream. A busy bar and lots of laughter- not sure who won the quiz:) but the Karaoke was
Christmas Party Nights at Eyam Tearooms! 2 or 3 course menus available!
Unfortunately this annual event is not able too take place in 2016 due to a slippage on one of the roads which forms a major part of the route. This would make it highly risky for runners. It will be returning in 2017.
Italian Bistro Night Menu Eyam Tearooms Friday 22nd January 7.30pm Pre booked tickets only (£25pp) – 01433 631274 Menu Bread and Antipasti Black Olive Ciabatta and mediterranean breads extra virgin olive & balsamic oil, green olives, sun dried tomatoes, parma ham, pancetta milano salami and cheese. Soup Butternut Squash and red pepper Mains Buffet
This was the best Bonfire Night ever! Attended by villagers from Eyam and surrounding areas, as well as hundreds of others! A torch procession took place from the Square to the playing fields, with everyone carrying lanterns and flaming torches, singing as they followed the rat. The rat had been made by the children of
Well here at Eyam Tearooms we serve Afternoon Teas, Cream Teas and Savoury Teas and now we sell ‘Celebrity Teas!!’ On a quiet Friday lunchtime, Fiona and Andrea were serving a steady flow of friendly customers when a gentleman walked in asking what we were serving today? Unfortunately our menu was limited as the Chef
This was our first Eyam Carnival and for us the excitement began when we saw our neighbours teetering on ladders putting up the bunting. We had no idea what to expect as we have only lived in Eyam since November 2014. Wow! Carnival is at the opposite end of Wakes week to the Well Dressings.
The Blessing of Wells is a unique Peak District tradition which has its roots back in Pagan times. It is thought by some that it dates back as far as the period after the Black Death in 1348-9, when probably around third of England’s population died. Miraculously, some Peak villages were left untouched, such as
The impressive and emotional play was held between Wednesday 17th to the 20th of June 2015. The Roses of Eyam promenade play is in commemoration of the 350th anniversary in 2015/16 of the outbreak of the bubonic plague in Eyam. This took place in front of the village church, Eyam Tea Rooms provided light refreshments
Sunday 17th May, Eyam Half Marathon, started at 10.30 am in The Square. Eyam Tea Rooms had a stall outside serving sausage or bacon babs plus hot & cold beverages as well as their usual menu. Over 400 runners took part, on the 22nd year of this event.