They completed a hike of over 30 miles from Edale to Grindleford via Castleton, Great Hucklow and Eyam
with two overnight camps.
It's based on the village of Eyam
in Derbyshire during the time of the 1666 Great Plague.
cm Low immunity If so, it mirrored the way plague reached the village of Eyam
, in Derbyshire, in the t p previous century.
Laurence left for university in 1963, gained his doctorate and became head of computer science at Sheffield University before retiring in Eyam
A different drum tells the story of how the village of Eyam
in Derbyshire fell prey to the plague from fleas contained in silk from London.
nijjudh paduttha se, bhanei eehi c'eva kayam eyam
| BKBh 4133).
Growing reputation: Ryan McKen as Macbeth (above) and as Roland Torre (right) in a play called The Roses of Eyam
, which was presented by Promenade Productions as part of The Birmingham Theatre school in Dec 2010.
ABERYSTWYTH: The Morlan Centre (01970 612617), The Roses of Eyam
by Don Taylor.
The Roses of Eyam
tells how the Derbyshire villagers quarantined themselves to prevent the spread of the Black Death, and is performed by the Louche Theatre in Aberystwyth.
The Maynard is the perfect base to explore the Peak District National Park, including the historic villages and towns of Eyam
, Ashford-in-the-Water, Bakewell and the Tissington Trail.
In this show by Lancashirebased en masse theatre, a band of travelling players tell stories of the 1665 Black Death, inspired by the true story of the Eyam
plague village and by Dante's Inferno to boot.
When plague strikes the Derbyshire village of Eyam
during 1665-66, its residents quarantine themselves from the outside.