The place is a bloody nightmare in the daytime - motorbikes riding through constantly all day long (and I mean constantly), cars clogging up Winnats in both directions as they can't handle the inclination, and tourists just wandering around the village all dazed like they don't know why they're there. I just keep my head down and try to stay inside the safety of the Chapel as much as possible. I was trying to chat to some guests in the garden yesterday at 5pm, and we literally could not hear each other because of the motorbikes revving past constantly and the stink of diesel fumes was all-pervading. I'm really not exaggerating, its horrible. I can only assume the permanent residents are on so many tranquilisers they don't notice any more.
For what it's worth, I provisionally offered my services to work for two days on this shoot after they put out requests at the DCRO collection a few weeks ago, but the only infomation I received from them was that it would 'probably' start at 6am. My questions about food, finish times, PPE requirements and supply of bank details for payment were all ignored, which seemed odd for a film company desperate for workers. As the 6am start eventually wasn't clarified either, it seemed pointless to continue, and they have still not replied. Not sure who they did hire in the end but I hope they survived.
As for moving to the Peak District, you get arguably equally beautiful scenery and far cheaper prices out toward Oughtibridge or Stocksbridge, but you may have to live near people who actually leave the house more than just Sunday morning, and they might still have a local accent, so watch out!