List of local organisations with links either to sub pages or their own websites.
Updated November 2020
This community network - Crich Area Covid-19 Mutual Aid - has come together to provide a coordinated response to the Coronavirus in Crich and South Wingfield Parishes and the measures being recommended by Government. There are over 100 volunteers in the network ready to help the residents of Crich Parish and South Wingfield Parish.
to get help with shopping, meals, prescriptions, phone contact, post or just for a friendly chat.
Sign up to volunteer here:
Or follow the link to register with us as someone who needs some help and support.
Establishments providing food within the parishes of Crich and South Wingfield
They are providing Loafers Essential Comfort Boxes containing basic food such as bread, milk eggs and this can be added to on Wednesdays, Fridays and Saturdays. Orders for meals from a menu can be made and delivered within a radius of 5 miles.
Orders taken online ( www.theloaf.co.uk) tel. 01773 857074 . The Loaf is open 8am till 3pm Tuesday till Saturday. They are also open from 4.30 pm to 8.00 pm for pizza collection.
Offering beer and pizza takeaway to order on Fridays and Saturdays from 5.00 pm to 7.00 pm
Please make any orders for Sunday Roast before 12 noon on Saturday.
Contact Tracy or Liggy on 01773 852444
Caterer based in Fritchley making traditional hot meals for the older people in our area who are struggling during this time. £3.50 for mains and £1.00 for puddings . Can deliver.
Order by phone Tel. 0779155 9394 email ...firstname.lastname@example.org
Nisa is no longer able to offer a delivery service. However, there are many volunteer shoppers who will be able to deliver food to your door, purchased locally. Call the helpline on 01773 447533 to get connected to a shopping volunteer.
Opening hours from Monday 29 June: 8.00 am to 7.00 pm Monday to Sunday.
Crich Butchers doors will be open for people to come in and make purchases from 8:30am to 12:30pm, Tuesday to Friday and 7.30 am to 1.00 pm on Saturdays
Orders from those self-isolating will be taken over the phone any time during normal working hours and can either be collected from the shop during the afternoon of the same day (Wednesday to Saturday), or delivered. Orders for delivery can be paid for by card over the phone or cheque on delivery.
Palin's (Wirksworth Fruit and Veg Wholesalers) Vegetable Boxes are delivering their fruit and veg boxes to Crich Butchers on Thursdays. Make your order with Crich Butchers by Wednesday afternoon. Collections from the shop or free of charge to your home with your meat delivery. Payments can be made at the shop.
Option one £20 box: broccoli, cauliflower, cabbage, carrots, leeks, parsnips, swede and bananas, apples, oranges, satsumas and grapes.
Option two £25 box: all of the above plus, cucumber, lettuce, tomato and mushrooms.
There may be some variations subject to availability.
Telephone Jake and his team on 01773 852623 or 07875 077322 to place orders.
Raj and Kaz are offering Take Away and Delivery service from Wednesdays to Sundays. Call 01773 857000 to place an order. They are taking cash and card payments and can deliver a minimum value £20 order within a 3 mile radius of Crich.
Collections: Tuesday to Sunday from 5.30 pm to 10.30 pm (only one person allowed to collect at the doorway of the restaurant)
Deliveries: Tuesday to Sunday from 6.00 pm to 9.00 pm
Robin Maycock Butchers is open Monday-Saturday, from 8.00 am to 4.00 pm on Monday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, and from 8.00 am to 2.00 pm on Tuesday and Saturday.
Please phone ahead and place your orders where possible, (01629) 534333
Since the end of September, instead of ringing Crich Medical Practice to order a repeat prescription, patients need to ring the centralised NHS Derbyshire Medicines Order Line (01246 588860) between 9-4pm Monday to Friday.
The CPPG and the surgery have had reports of long waits for the new number to answer, and people running out of their medicines. The CPPG have raised this problem with the surgery on your behalf. The surgery suggests that you avoid calling at peak times (first thing Mondays and Tuesdays). Whatever way you order prescriptions, don’t leave it until the day you run out to reorder your medication – keep an eye on your stocks and order a bit further ahead, remember it can take up to 4-5 days. The online methods of ordering from the surgery are still available if you have access to the internet, or you can still drop the Repeat Prescription slip off at the surgery to order.
Lloyds pharmacy opening hours are as follows:
08.45 to 18.00
09.00 to 13.00
Please note that prescription preparation takes 4-5 working days for regular prescription medication so order well in advance of running low.
Lloyds Pharmacy charges for local prescription deliveries – £30/six months for one person or £45/six months for a household. One off emergency deliveries are £5.
For reference South Wingfield Dispensary is now dispensing from dispensary window, on the side of the building to the left of the main entrance. It is well signposted.
Mon, Tue, Thurs 08.45 - 12.30
Mon, Wed, Fri 15.30 - 18.00
The current opening hours for Crich Post Office are:
Monday to Thursday 10.00 am to 13.00
Monday to Thursday 15.00 pm to 17.00
Friday 10.00 to 13.00
Saturday 10.00 am to 12.00
In an emergency contact 07812 652716
Amber Valley CVS Covid Response Team
If anyone needs help they can call DCC’s Community Response Unit on 01629 535091 or register for help online using this link
For up-to-date advice and information from Derbyshire County Council:
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Whether you're concerned about yourself or a loved one, these mental health helplines can offer advice.
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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.
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.
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.
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.