Dial-a-Bus Scheme. Phone 01629 641920
Church Street Stores
General Stores open 7 days a week, 11-1 and 4.30 - 6.302. Located on Church Street. Phone 01433 631936.
Two defibrillators are located in the village, one in the old phone box in The Square and on the wall of the Museum. In the event of a suspected cardiac arrest, the 999 operator will give instructions on their use.
Open Mon-Fri, follow link for details.
Eyam Together Creates
Craft group meets on Thursdays at the Mechanics.
Our men's team (18 years old and upwards) plays in the Hope Valley League. Training sessions are Wednesday evenings at 7.30pm. New players are always welcome. For further information contact Sue Grant on 01433 631871.
Usually meets at 8pm on the second Monday of the month at Eyam Tea Rooms. Further information from a member of the committee: Rachel (639222), Kym (07709 013098), Andy (208562) or Lorna (639635).
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.
In the committee room at the Mechanics Institute there is a small selection of paperback novels to borrow or exchange. Open Mon-Sat evenings.
Member of Parliament
Sarah Dines is the Derbyshire Dales MP, she can be contacted at: email@example.com
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.
Ladies meet at Eyam School every Tuesday at 7pm. All welcome whether you can play or not - it's for fun and fitness. Contact Lynn on 01433 639944.
A monthly magazine full of church and community news. £6 p.a. Contact the Church office to subscribe
On Main Street open Mon-Fri 9 to 5.30 and Saturday mornings
Meets on the first Monday of the month in the bar at the Mechanics Institute from 8-9pm. More information from Lesley Gunter on 630802 or
Part of a worldwide network aiming to repair items rather than throwing them out. Relax with a cuppa while your things are fixed. 2nd Saturday of every month at the Church Centre. Phone Colin Shaw on 01433 631685 or visit www.eyamrepaircafe.org.uk for more details.
The parish church lies at the heart of the village and the community. Contact the office on 01433 630930.
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 firstname.lastname@example.org.
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 email@example.com.
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 firstname.lastname@example.org.
Separate men's and women's walking groups meet every Tuesday opposite the Hall at 9.30am