Beechenhill Farm Organic Dairy Farm in the Peak District National Park may seem an unusual venue for a Purple and Grey networking event but when you learn that one of its residents is Sue Prince an award winning folk artist and soon to be Chair of Peak District Artisans it all becomes clearer. The venue has played host to many very successful art events and is the go to destination on the map of Derbyshire Open Arts.
Beechenhill Farm is perched on the south facing hill above the picturesque village of Ilam on the Staffordshire, Derbyshire border within the Peak District National Park 5 miles north of Ashbourne. The views are absolutely spectacular and if nothing else it is worth coming just to take those in.
Our networking event is free and includes refreshments we look forward to seeing you all and getting to know a bit about you and what you do.
September 20th 10.30 am -12 pm
There is limited car parking at the farm- there is parking for around 15 cars on site and an arrangement with the National Trust car park in Ilam, where participants can meet park and car share to the venue. (Non NT members would need to pay for the day's parking). Please consider car sharing if meeting a friend.