Only two days until the Christmas shopping opportunity at the Crich Glebe Field Centre Christmas Fair.
HRH Prince Richard, Duke of Gloucester visited Crich Tramway Village on 20th October. On this special members day for the Tramway Museum Society, the Duke met members, toured the exhibition hall and took a tram ride.
St Mary’s PCC are excited to be in the planning stages of a sustainable maintenance plan, which will be carried out in cooperation with AVBC.
The weekend of 16th & 17th October sees the welcome return of the Autumn Community Art Sharing presented by Art Share Crich at The Glebe Field Centre.
As part of the BBC's Country File Ramble campaign, Active Crich for Everyone have organised a Community Walk with foraging expert Brendon McDowell.
Read the actions that came from the recent meeting of Crich Parish Council
There will be a work party day – open to all comers with their garden tools – on the morning of 30 October.
Would you like to help young people in our community?
In June, 23 young people attended a consultation event and gave an over whelming thumbs up to holding a weekly youth club at The Glebe. We will be kicking off the Youth Club in October and the club will be run by a mix of paid youth workers & volunteers.
THANK YOU to all those who have topped up the Crich Community Pantry over the past weeks, it has sorely been needed by families and individuals.
An exhibition of the Royal Family Tree designed and complied by Grange Genealogy will be held at All Saints Church Hall, South Wingfield
The Autumn Community Art Sharing organised by Art Share Crich is just around the corner. The event is taking place on the weekend of 16th & 17th October at The Glebe Field Centre.
Dawn Harper, who has been providing cooked meals for older and more vulnerable people throughout the Covid pandemic has stopped the service as life returns to 'normal'.
Welcome to the definitive website for the news and goings on of the Crich Area which includes the villages of Crich, Fritchley, Whatstandwell and the hamlets of Crich Carr, Plaistow Green and Wheatcroft.
Every quarter, Crich Standard is published as a magazine and distributed free of charge to all households in Crich Parish. It is written, produced and distributed by volunteers and is supported by advertising from local businesses.
Here are some of the latest feature articles from the magazine.
Agriculture plays a major part in what makes our villages work as a thriving community. It provides food, employment and ample opportunity for recreation, particularly walking along the many miles of well-defined footpaths. Read more here.
Summer 2020 saw a host of activities arranged for children in the Parish. Ranging from physical, creative and social events, all the sessions aimed to encourage youngsters to have fun! Read more
The Crich Comrades club turns 100 years old this year! Curious to know more about what it cost to get started? Find out here
How, we as a community, transformed our old, but much loved recreation ground and developed a great facility for all. Paul Yorke tells us more
You can find a full calendar of events here.
Mon Nov 29 09:30:00 2021
Crich Toy Library Stay and Play is a friendly interactive social group specially designed for babies and toddlers and their parents and carers.
Sessions are held on Mondays from 9.30 am to 11.00 am at Crich Glebe Field Centre. The cost of the session is £4 for one child. Extra £1 for each additional sibling
Glebe, Social group, Charity
Mon Nov 29 21:00:00 2021
Weekly Pub Quiz on Monday nights from 9.00 pm at The Old Black Swan.
£1 per person, sandwiches on the bar at half time.
Tue Nov 30 12:15:00 2021
Brand new to the Crich Glebe Field Centre is an opportunity to get together every Tuesday for a two course meal and a chat with friends and neighbours.
Starting on Tuesday 26 October at 12:15pm, this is a chance to socialise and meet new people of all ages and stages.
If you have a neighbour who you think might be interested, be sure to let them know.
Make sure you pre-book the week before by phoning the Glebe reception on 01773 857894 or emailing email@example.com
Glebe, Social group, Charity
Tue Nov 30 19:00:00 2021
Crich Brass recruit brass players of all ages and abilities. Whether you are an experienced brass player or simply have a desire to learn something new they provide a warm welcome and can even supply you with an instrument and tution Free of Charge!
The group rehease on Tuesday evenings from 7,00 pm at Fritchley Village Hall.
If you would like to book the band for an engagement please call 07796 801001 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Social group, Music, Fritchley Village Hall
Thu Dec 2 19:00:00 2021
After young people gave an over whelming thumbs up to holding a weekly youth club at The Glebe, it is kicking off on 28 October and will run from 7pm-9pm every Thursday.
The club will be run by a mix of paid youth workers & volunteers and is still welcoming more volunteers - email if you are interested.
Glebe, Social group
A-Z of who is who and what is where including community organisations and local business listings and useful telephone numbers. You'll find the directory here.
Read the feature articles from the latest edition of the magazine. Here you can also browse the archive of features we have published in the past.
Read all the latest from the Crich area including updates from local organisations, events, Parish Council news and much more. Keep up to date right here!
View a calendar of all the local events. From dance classes to folk evenings, meetings to heritage talks, you won't miss a local event here!
We are always delighted to hear from you with ideas, news, event information or just some feedback. Get in touch by emailing the editor.
Editor, Crich Standard
Glebe Field Centre
Glebe Field Close
Crich Standard Postbox in 'The Loaf' (courtesy Roger & Andrew)
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