village a-z:

Bakewell and Eyam Community Transport

Dial-a-Bus Scheme. Phone 01629 641920

Brownies and Guides

Details here


Regular bus services link Eyam with Sheffield, Chesterfield, Bakewell and Buxton. Follow the link for timetable details.

Church Street Stores

General Stores open 7 days a week, from 11am weekdays and 10am weekends. Located on Church Street. Phone 01433 631 936

Community Forum

Informal group for businesses, organisations and residents to meet.

Country Store

Fresh fruit and vegetables open Tuesday - Sunday during the summer and Tuesday - Saturday  in the winter. Located on the corner of Main Road and Hawkhill Road.


Two defibrillators are located in the village, one in the old phone box in The Square and one next to the Museum. In the event of a suspected cardiac arrest, the 999 operator will give instructions on their use

Doctors Surgery

Open Mon-Fri, follow link for details

Eyam Together Creates

Craft group meets on Thursdays at the Mechanics

Football Club

Details here

Garden Group

Usually meets at 8pm on the second Monday of the month at Eyam Tea Rooms. Further information from Alan at:

Grindleford & Eyam Playgroup

is a small, friendly Peak village pre-school based in Grindleford. We offer a personal, family orientated experience for local children aged 2‐4. We focus on learning through play with a strong emphasis on the natural environment and outdoor activities.

Member of Parliament

Patrick Mcloughlin is the Derbyshire Dales MP, he can be contacted at:

Mums and Tots

Monday Mornings in the Church Centre (term time only) From 10.00-11.30 am Come along for a cuppa and biscuits and meet other local parents.

Music for the Mind

A friendly gathering to sing and chat with older people in mind. This group is particularly supportive for those for whom aging has become difficult and also for their carers. Takes place on the third Thursday of the month at the Church Centre from

2-3.30pm. Contact 01433 631049 or 01433 631020.

Parish Council

Meets Monthly. Minutes are posted on the noticeboard outside the Mechanics

Parish Magazine

A monthly magazine full of church and community news. £6 p.a. Contact the Church office to subscribe

Post Office

On Main Street open Mon-Fri 9 to 5.30 and Saturday mornings

Primary School

Located on Church Street in the heart of the village, details here.

Reading Group

Meets on the first Monday of the month.

Rubbish Collections

General waste and recycling are collected alternate weeks. Follow the link to check the next collection.

Village Calendar:

upcoming events:

Nov 4th  - Eyam Bonfire

Entertainment in the village square from 6pm. Torch-lit procession of the infamous Rat at 6.15pm from the square, followed by a fabulous firework display. Delicious food on offer. Tickets on sale soon - All funds raised go to Eyam School PTFA. 

November 7th - 

Movies at the Mechanics

Manchester by the Sea


Sports Association

Fund raises and organises events. Contact: Peter on 01433 630851.

School PTFA

Active fund raising and social group, follow on Facebook for the latest information or contact  -

Street Elite

Youth group meets on Thursdays 7.30-9.00pm in the Mechanics' Institute in winter and in the Sports Pavilion in summer. Further information from Elaine on 01433 631597

Third Thursday Sing-a-Long

Bring your instruments, a song, or just come and listen. From 8.30pm. Contact 01433 631049 or

Ukelele Session

Everyone welcome to this session including beginners. We sing as we play in this very supportive group. We meet Fridays at 7pm at the Mechanics. Contact 01433 631049 or

Village Society

Meets every two months in the Mechanics' Institute at 7.30pm on Tuesdays when invited speakers give talks on subjects of local interest. Contact Annette on 01433 631049 or

Walking Groups

Separate men's and women's walking groups meet every Tuesday opposite the Hall at 9.30am

Woolly Wednesdays

Craft group which meets most Wednesdays at the Cafe Village Green from 7pm