The Peak District Pub Is A Warm, Friendly Enjoyable Place to Be. With Beautiful, Peaceful, Scenic Surroundings The pub is at the heart of the community. Pubs perform a vital role at the heart of the Peak District.
They provide a welcoming place to drink, eat and talk whether the community they are in is a little village or a busy town. Pubs do a lot more for the local community than offering somewhere to dine, drink and cheer. Each year they raise more than £120 million for charities & good causes most of them more than likely to be local to where they are situated.
They also offer help in many other ways like organising Christmas lunches for the elderly to offering a function room to local clubs and turning disused rooms into a youth club for the local teenagers.
Pub Food had changed dramatically over the last decade and gone are the days of a sarnie and crisp or a bowl of chips being the highlight of the menu. Nowadays pub food can be of very high standard offering you a lovely selection of meals cooked with local produce.
Pubs also provide local jobs, not just employing bar & kitchen staff but by using the local traders such as painters & decorators, DJs, musicians, gardeners, window cleaners and taxi drivers. On top of all this they use the local suppliers for meats and fish, vegetables, milk & bread.
On average a Peak pub will inject approximately at least £64,000 a year into local economy – not including wages, taxes or buying major items of equipment.
Please follow these links & take a look at the best pubs in the Peak District & if you are in the village or town why not go in and enjoy your experience in the tranquillity that is the Peak District.