List of local organisations with links either to sub pages or their own websites.
Click on the images in the boxes below to visit their pages.
More ways to have fun and discover the great community activities we have in the village. Find out more about Active Crich for Everyone on their Facebook page
Encouraging the everyday creativity of people who live and/or work in the Crich Area for the purposes of individual and collective wellbeing.
Finding ways to live more sustainably together to care for the environment and community of the Crich area.
A group formed to conserve and maintain the heritage of Crich Parish. Read more on their website here.
Crich Parish Council provides your local services in Crich, Fritchley, Whatstandwell and surrounding areas in Crich Parish. For more information call: 01773 853928
PPG is open to all patients of the Crich practices to find out how services to you can be improved. For more information visit their website
An annual fête of fun in the beautiful village of Crich! Check out their latest plans and photos on their Facebook page.
Bringing you news and events information from Crich Parish as well as a quarterly magazine full of feature articles. Read about Crich Standard here.
Providing information and community news about the village of Fritchley. Read more on their Facebook page.
Find out the latest news about saving Fritchley Village Hall on their Facebook page
Crich Glebe Field Centre provides a fine venue for a wide range of events for the local community, and for public, private and corporate functions. See their website for more information.
Crich Parish Well-Dressing Team co-ordinate and organise well dressings which are displayed around Crich Parish in July each year.
Many of you will have heard about Dawn Harper’s mammoth efforts to provide good, wholesome food for isolated people in our community throughout the pandemic. This still continues.
The Local Government Boundary Commission is consulting on possible changes to the ward boundaries and representation in Amber Valley.
A pdf of the recent leaflet delivered to all households with information from CPPG and Crich Area Mutual Aid.
Support the Crich Scouts 2021 "chilly challenge fundraiser for Crisis.
Check out this advice on energy saving this winter.
Sat Aug 28 13:00:00 2021
The Fete Committee have decided to delay the fete by a few weeks to Saturday 28th August, the bank holiday weekend.
The original planned date of 17th July was less than four weeks after the proposed full easing of Covid restrictions and would have been vulnerable to any slippage in the government timetables.
The August date provides a little more certainty but is still dependent on them getting the required permissions, insurances and licenses. While it is a firm plan, there could still be requirements in place which will make it difficult!
Further details will be provided as soon as possible, so keep an eye on their Facebook page for updates!
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