THE NATIONAL Trust Penny Pot café in Edale is hosting a night of feasting and folk music on Friday August 5.
As the Penny Pot team serve up a delicious bowl of tasty chilli, humorous and haunting tales of the Peak District will be told by National Trust story-tellers Simon Atherton and Adrian Tissier, and live music will be courtesy of Sheffield duo Geoff Hunter and Ralph Collard, who will play stunning folk guitar music, creating a fun and friendly atmosphere.
Jenny Gerrans, National Trust Events and Engagement Officer, said: “Owing to the huge success of the first Tales and Tunes event we have decided to make this a regular feature, so for those who can’t make our August event, you’ll be happy to hear we have November and February dates planned in already.”
Tales and Tunes at the Penny Pot Café in Edale, next to Edale Train station, runs from 7.30pm to 10.30pm, and costs £10 per person, including a bowl of chilli and crusty bread.
To book, call 01433 670368 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.