The villages of Crich, Fritchley and Whatstandwell have so much to offer visitors. Read about some of the attractions and things to do here.
Live & Local brings a wide range of top quality professional and leading amateur shows to the Glebe.
Passionate about trams? Enjoy meeting new people?
Crich Tramway Village could be the volunteering destination for you!
Well Dressings in Crich are displayed in the 2nd week in July
Running a B&B certainly has plenty of challenges and rewards, which you can read about here
Aqueduct cottage has a long history, it's next chapter is set to be just as exciting as those that came before! Find out more here
A fantastic local festival just on our doorstep
Learn the meaning of some of the trickier Derbyshire dialect here
A fantastic village event in mid-July
The Glebe often rings to the sound of music, whether it’s the children of Crich Junior School entertaining the Luncheon Club on a Wednesday; the soundtracks of the regular dance and movement classes, or the professional performers. Read more...
From about 9pm at the Cliff on a Sunday you can join in communal entertainment that is real and shared, spontaneous and a lot of fun. Find out more in this article.
There's so much to see just beyond the Crich area. Find out more here
Every three months there is a new edition of Crich Standard magazine packed with news and feature articles. Click on the images in the boxes below to read the feature or browse the full features menu.
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