List of local organisations with links either to sub pages or their own websites.
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Group supporting people with dementia and their families. For more information contact Frances James on 01773 852692
Webpage: Crich Area Dementia Friends
Crich Ladies Group meet on the last Monday of the month at the Wesley Chapel on Chapel Lane Crich. 7.30 - 9.30 pm. We have a mixed programme of events for the next year. All ages welcome. Feel free to turn up on the night, or call Ann 0781 632 3783; Christine 01773 853395, or Kerry 01773 856048.
Webpage: Crich Ladies Group
Crich Luncheon Club meets on most Wednesday mornings throughout the year between 10.30 am and 1.00 pm. Members are not only provided with a wonderful two course lunch and drinks but also entertainment and companionship. If you would like more information, please contact Cathy Bowness (Secretary) 01773 852635 or Glebe reception 01773 857894
Website: Crich Luncheon Club
The WI meet on the second Wednesday of the month at The Glebe Field Centre, Crich at 7.00 pm. Please contact Yvonne Ottewell 01773 852774 for more details.
Website: Fritchley with Crich WI
Meeting monthly in the Congregational hall, the association welcomes new members. Please ring Janet on (01773) 856089 for more details.
Webpage: Fritchley & District OAP
Muddlealong meets alternate Wednesdays. Muddlealongers bring along their own craft project – knitting, crochet, sewing and patchwork, but if they don’t feel like doing anything creative that week, they just enjoy the company, a cup of tea, a natter and a laugh! Everyone is welcome and it’s an opportunity to meet old friends, and make some new ones. Contact Betty Benford 01773 852005 for more details.
Popalong is a Baby & Toddler group jointly run by the Crich Wesley and St Mary’s Churches. It meets every Friday in term-time: 9.30-11.30am. Good coffee/tea, Healthy snacks for the children, toys, book-corner, garden play area, song-time. Contact Lynda Gray 01773 857921 for more details.
Whatstandwell Social Club is active social club which organises social events for the village, such as the Whatstandwell Festival, horticultural show, open gardens, winter gathering and carol concert. Through our activities money is raised for charities and items which benefit the community. Please contact email@example.com for more information.
Website: Whatstandwell Social Club
Our members enjoy monthly meetings with guest speakers covering a wide range of subjects. We have many outings each year, including meals and visits to gardens and places of interest. Our meetings are usually on the second Wednesday of the month at 2pm, at St Margaret’s Village Hall. So, if you’d like to sample a meeting (with no obligation) with our lively group, please call Margaret Keeling on 01629 823796 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Webpage: Whatstandwell WI
All households in our community are being encouraged to create an Easter window display to brighten the day of those passing by. It can be as simple or elaborate as you like, the idea is just to spread some happiness.
While we have just an hour of freedom outside, you might be weighing up the best use of your time for health and fitness. If you are an outdoors person, you might find Nordic walking offers you the perfect solution. It was originally a summer training regime for cross-country skiers.
Bev Lomax, the yoga teacher who runs the very popular weekly gentle yoga sessions in Crich is preparing some 5 minute videos for the community to access free of charge.
Links to online services, music and prayer to help you and your family through this time of trial
The organising committee of Crich Fete have reluctantly decised to postpone this year's event scheduled for July 11th. This is due to the uncertainties caused by the COVID-19 situation.
Sun Apr 26 19:30:00 2020
This performance has been cancelled, due to circumstances beyound our control. We are very sorry we cannot bring this award-winning Live & Local play to Crich.
Glebe, Charity, Live and Local, Theatre, Event
Sat May 16 19:30:00 2020
We’re hoping to reschedule this in the autumn
LE CAFE PARISIEN is a musical and cultural journey through the streets, cafés and terraces of Europe.
Expect to hear Hot Club Swing, classical themes, adventures into Romani and Celtic music, and vintage songs, all delivered with a fresh new twist.
The highly talented Andy Lawrenson Trio blends style, flair, musical dexterity, and plenty of interaction with their audience. Their show is a veritable melting pot of astoundingly good musicianship and novel arrangements, which are all delivered with a sense of warmth, and fun. This all adds up to make for a cracking night’s entertainment which will warm the hearts!
Suitable for age 8+
Andy Lawrenson Trio website
Listen and watch here
Andy Lawrenson – Violin & Vocals
Paul Grainger – Double Bass
Simon O’Byrne – Guitar & Vocals
Please support our “And One” scheme. Your donation will allow someone socially disadvantaged or isolated to enjoy live performances at the Glebe. Please add your donation when you check out.
The Glebe is fully wheel chair accessible, and there’s plenty of free on-site parking. There will be a licensed bar selling beers, wines, cider, soft drinks and snacks. Please don’t bring your own.
Tickets in advance (not including booking fee)
Aged 17 and over £12.50
Aged 16 and under £7.50
t: 01773 853 260
in person at The Glebe (from 1st April)
Glebe, Charity, Music, Event
Sat Jul 11 13:30:00 2020
The race is open to all comers, club runners, pub runners, slow runners. In particular we would like teams from clubs, pubs and societies, everyone is welcome. All proceeds go to well deserving local charities.
The route is mainly off road with fantastic views of the Derbyshire countryside and is a REAL challenge for Fell, Road and Trail runners, the race distance is approximately 11.3 kilometres including 1000 feet of climbing.
Trail Running Association Permit Number 936
The Race starts at 1.30pm.
Activity, Sport, ACE, Event