Eyam Parish Church of St Lawrence, Eyam

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  • As part of a National Trust guided walking tour we had the pleasure of visiting this historic church. I would recommend that this is the only way to learn and see so much of this Church and churchyard...  more »
  • Amazing history in this old church. Very much part of the community. Amazing church yard. Beautiful setting  more »
  • A must see whilst following the tragic story of this village. Look out for the stained glass window depicting the plague story. Also the two handwritten books dating back to the 1665 plague detailing ...  more »
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  • Informative about the plague story of Eyam. Plague register plus useful maps and booklets. A peaceful place of worship. Helpful stewards.
  • Lovely church . No photos allowed inside. Plague window am interesting feature.
  • The village that was the subject of the television play, "The Roses of Eyam" About how a chest of clothes from London brought the plague to the area, and how the village bravley isolated themselves to prevent it from spreading. The actual box that brought plague can be seen ( minus plague of course EU regulations) We have visited several times and have always found it a intresting but poignant place. Set just off the main road it is easy to reach and well worth a visit.
  • The legendary plague village that isolated itself for a year to preserve the surrounding villages. Although the museum is now the focus for those wanting to learn the history, this is the place actually in the history with the graveyard full of the victims of the black death and tributes are still laid to remember the sheer moral strength of the villagers. A quite haunting experience.
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