Feast of folk at Penny Pot cafe

The National Trust Penny Pot café in Edale is hosting a night of feasting and folk music, on the evening of Friday, August 5.

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 come courtesy of Sheffield’s 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: “The Penny Pot has a great informal atmosphere so bring your friends and family, leave the car at home and enjoy some Friday evening entertainment in the beautiful Edale Valley.”

Tales and Tunes costs £10 per person including a bowl of chilli and crusty bread, is at the Penny Pot Café in Edale (next to Edale Train station) and runs from 7.30pm–10.30pm.