As one long standing member said, ‘the good thing about the White Peak is that the paths on the map are all there on the ground’. So it proved and no navigational problems occurred over the weekend which included a trip the ‘plague village’ of Eyam, noted for the death of 260 villagers in medieval times. A close inspection was made of the stone in which money, usually soaked in vinegar, was placed in exchange for food and medicine before most of the group closely inspected one of the historical and excellent local pubs and returned to the comfortable bunkhouse.
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