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Next Event: Hartington, October 12–14th 2018

Hartington is a lovely Peak District honeypot. It has a village pond with ducks, a large church, well stocked grocers that sells bottles of wine, two pubs, gift shops, nice walks and a cheese shop. Plenty to see and do. We will be using the hall which is large and located between the church and the village centre. There is no parking at the hall but plenty in the village, no problem parking campers in the village. There is a grocery shop and others. The village web site has accommodation options, including the youth hostel. Unfortunately the kitchen has no cooker, but we hope to be able to use camping stoves. For public transport, no train station, but there are (or were!) buses from Buxton, Ashbourne, Bakewell and Chesterfield.

More details to come.

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Notes

  • The charge for attending Freaks is £5 per head.
  • Freaks in the Peaks badges and t-shirts are available for sale on the day.
  • Dance and music notation are available from here (dances) or here (tunes) – feel free to suggest others. Please download these if you want them, though some paper copies might be available on the day.
  • If you have any good pictures, please send them to Freaks@freaksinthepeaks.com for the photo gallery.
  • See the contacts link if you need to contact us in general before before the event.
  • For info on the day or in advance, Dave's mobile is O7715 744O28, or maybe try Elmo's O7801 312466 on the day, depending on reception.
  • If you have them, please bring rag jackets or similar; bells; sticks/hankies; and photos of previous events!
  • If you find yourself needing our constitution, it's here
  • Lastly, a reminder that everyone is welcome – especially beginners and musicians

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We could use a volunteer to arrange the winter event.

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