Who can you spot in these 13 retro pictures taken at cafes in the Peak District?

Whether you used to nip in for a sandwich or a cuppa and a cake the Peak District cafes have kept residents and tourists fed year on year.

Wednesday, 13th January 2021, 3:00 pm
Which Peak District cafe owners can you spot in these retro pictures going back to 2000?
Which Peak District cafe owners can you spot in these retro pictures going back to 2000?

We know things are different right now and some cafes may be closed but others are still open for takeaways so if you are out on your local daily walk and need a pick me up head to the a cafe near you. Please don’t travel to visit cafes across further away in the Peak District.

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Al Fresco diners at The Courtyard cafe, Hope in 2000

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Customers drinking Fairtrade coffee at Regent House cafe on Dale Road, Matlock, in 2006

Nancy Fielder, editor

Cake, coffee and culture at the Cromford Mill cafe in 2006
Frederick's Cafe and Gelateria, Bakewell pictured in 2007
Owner Julie Bone and Mike Randall at Cintra's Cafe, Hathersag in 2009