Infomation about the St Mary's Carol service and booking arrangements. Book between 6th and 13th December.
This Christmas we face deeper uncertainty and potential struggle so why not spread some Christmas cheer in your neighbourhood and add a couple of additional items to your shopping basket to put into the Community Pantry.
Updated opening for the Wesleyan Chapel as lockdown ends and we enter Teir 3 restrictions.
Crich Area Community Pantries are raising money to provide Christmas vouchers for families in the area who will benefit most from food, clothes and toys at this time of year.
Derbyshire County Council has amended the mobile library visiting times from 14th December for the next three months. Details are provided for Crich and Fritchley.
Things are going to be rather different this year but as usual local people are brimming with ideas to brighten our long winter nights, here are a few to join in with:
Help St Mary's Church to provide Christmas hampers to local families who have been struggling in this difficult year.
The South East Derbyshire Music Centre is inviting young musicians from Erewas and Amber Valley to join its groups.
Message from Derbyshire's Director of Public Health about the lockdown and urging all of us to stick to the rules and keep one another safe.
Last chance to apply to Crich Parish Council for a grant for 2020-2021.
Derbyshire County Council wants to find out what the pandemic has meant for you and your community so far. Your views and experiences are important. Take part in the People's Voice Survey.
Chesterfield, North East Derbyshire and Erewash will enter the ‘High’ covid local alert level after a surge in coronavirus cases
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.
Thu Mar 25 19:30:00 2021
Richard Booth will talk about Ashover Light Railway
Subject to restrictions, this event will take place at 7:30pm at the Crich Glebe Field Centre.
Glebe, Crich Heritage, Talk
Sat Jun 12 10:00:00 2021
SIGNALS one-day festival takes place at Crich Tramway Village. Experience the unexpected as you immerse yourself in an eclectically programmed day, where outstanding musical talent takes centre stage. As you explore the varied spaces across the site, you’ll discover a diverse mix of culture, film, and entertainment to fuel your senses. With an innovative schedule of activity suitable for all ages, everyone will feel welcome as a liberal sense of fun engulfs this very special site for the day.
Gates open at 10am, Headliners finish at 10.45pm, Festival closes at midnight
Sat Jul 17 13:00:00 2021
We all hope that 2021 will be better and that the fête will be back, together with the associated fundraising events (subject of course to government guidance at the time).
The fête itself remains scheduled for Saturday 17th July on Crich Rec. We look forward to welcoming everyone to this lovely traditional event, including those new to the community.
The Organising Committee can be contacted by email at email@example.com
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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