Events / News

March 2015

The Edale Wood Fired Pizza Company is now available.


February 2014

Thursday 13th
We are pleased to announce that we now have internet access via WIFI available to all users of the hall.

June 2013

Sunday 10th
Edale Country Day

May 2013

Friday 10th- Sunday 12th
Edale Folk Festival

March 2013

Wednesday 13th - Saturday 16th
Edale Pantomime
and the hall now complete with new curtains and chairs

September 2012

Sunday 9th
The Great Kinder Beer Barrel Challenge

July 2012

Friday 13th
Party to celebrate the opening of the refurbished hall

June 2012

Sunday 17th
Edale Country Day

May 2012

Friday 18th - Sunday 20th
Edale Folk Festival

April 2012

Thursday 12th

We now have a high quality hard wearing brand new floor.
Pictures can be found on the Facilities page.

November 2011

Saturday 5th

Edale Bonfire and Fireworks on the playing field .

August 2011

Monday 22nd

The newly refurbished village hall re-opened
with the following improvements having been made to the facility:-

    • New windows
    • Refurbished toilets including disabled access
    • New kitchen layout and units
    • New heating system
    • Re-wiring
    • New internals doors
    • Redecoration throughout

May 2010

Brain Teaser Quiz 4 (2009) - Answers

Sold in Aid of Edale Village Hall Redevelopment Fund.
Closing date was 16th May 2010.
Thank you to everyone who purchased a copy for your support.


Work out the well known sayings, proverbs or quotations:

(example : A stitch  ITSN is ‘A stitch in time saves nine’)

    1. AMTH grow F   - Absence makes the heart grow fonder.

    2. AT of BIAJF - A thing of beauty is a joy forever

    3. AS for SE   - A sight for sore eyes.

    4. B to TDB  - Back to the drawing board.

    5. PTC before TH - Putting (or put) the cart before the horse.

    6. LTC out OTB - Letting (or let) the cat out of the bag.

    7. C as AC   - Cool as a cucumber

    8. COYNT spite YF  - Cutting (or cut) off your nose to spite your face

    9. BTC at BE   - Burning (or burn) the candle at both ends.

    10. BYH in TS  - Burying (or bury) your head in the sand.

    11. TT truth ASTD  - Tell the truth and shame the devil.

    12. WT muck TB - Where there's muck there's brass.

    13. TW kit AC  - The whole kit and caboodle

    14. WYH on YS  - Wearing (or wear) your heart on your sleeve.

    15. UAST crack AN  - Using (or use) a sledgehammer to crack a nut.

    16. AATP in AP - Alike as two peas in a pod.

    17. Turning ABE  - Turning a blind eye.

    18. TBGWN man HGB - To boldly go where no man has gone before.

    19. T and TWFNM  - Time and tide wait for no man.

    20. LOTF of TL - Living (or live) off the fat of the land.

    21. TTGB in TN - Things that go bump in the night.

    22. The WIO the W  - The writing is on the wall.

    23. ATO hope OE  - A triumph of hope over experience.

    24. TPOTPI in TE - The proof of the pudding is in the eating.

    25. LT life OR   - Living (or live) the life of Riley.

    26. TE that PTR  - The exception that proves the rule.

    27. SOSNSBSB - Something old, something new, something borrowed, something blue.

    28. BTS of YT  - By the skin of your teeth.

    29. ASP of H   - A safe pair of hands.

    30. PASI the W - Putting (or put) a spanner in the works.

    31. PO on TW   - Pouring (or pour) oil on troubled waters.

    32. APFE and EIIP  - A place for everything and everything in its place.

    33. NICBDAT  - Nothing is certain but death and taxes.

    34. NRF the W  - No rest for the wicked.

    35. NFA the TIC  - Not for all the tea in china.

    36. NM is AI   - No man is an island.

    37. MOF little AG  - Mighty oaks from little acorns grow.

    38. MATW is SIJ  - Many a true word is spoken in jest.

    39. MAC but FAC  - Many are called but few are chosen.

    40. MDNL by BA - Man does not live by bread alone.


About Edale

Edale Visitor Centre
Peak District Online - Edale
Edale on Wikipedia

Facilities in Edale

Edale Tourist Association
Edale Youth Hostel
Edale Wood Fired Pizza
Coopers Cafe

The Peak Centre
Fieldhead Campsite
Upper Booth Campsite
The Nags Head
The Rambler
Tease and Spin

Other References

The Charity Commission Central Register of Charities