Seated yoga with Crich Area Dementia Friends by Paul Yorke

Local organisations

List of local organisations with links either to sub pages or their own websites.

Social clubs and organisations

Click on the images in the boxes below to visit their pages.

  • Crich Area Dementia Friends

    Picture of people doing yoga

    Group supporting people with dementia and their families. For more information contact Frances James on 01773 852692

    Webpage: Crich Area Dementia Friends

  • Crich Luncheon Club

    Members of Crich Ladies Group

    Crich Luncheon Club meets on most Wednesday mornings. Two course lunch, drinks, entertainment and companionship. If you would like more information, please contact Cathy Bowness (Secretary) 01773 852635 or Glebe reception 01773 857894

    Website: Crich Luncheon Club

  • Fritchley with Crich Womens Institute

    WI logo

    The WI meet on the second Wednesday of the month at The Glebe Field Centre, Crich at 7.00 pm. Please contact Yvonne Ottewell 01773 852774 for more details.

    Website: Fritchley with Crich WI

  • Fritchley & District OAP

    Fritchley around 1910

    Meeting monthly in the Congregational hall, the association welcomes new members. Please ring Janet on (01773) 856089 for more details.

    Webpage: Fritchley & District OAP

  • Muddlealong

    hands knitting

    Muddlealong meets alternate Wednesdays. Muddlealongers bring along their own craft project – knitting, crochet, sewing and patchwork, but if they don’t feel like doing anything creative that week, they just enjoy the company, a cup of tea, a natter and a laugh! Everyone is welcome and it’s an opportunity to meet old friends, and make some new ones. Contact Betty Benford 01773 852005 for more details.

    Webpage: Muddlealong

  • Popalong

    people attending Popalong

    Popalong is a Baby & Toddler group jointly run by the Crich Wesley and St Mary’s Churches. It meets every Friday in term-time: 9.30-11.30am. Good coffee/tea, Healthy snacks for the children, toys, book-corner, garden play area, song-time. Contact Lynda Gray 01773 857921 for more details.

    Webpage: Popalong

  • Whatstandwell Social Club

    Whatstandwell Social Club Noticeboard

    Whatstandwell Social Club is active social club which organises social events for the village, such as the Whatstandwell Festival, horticultural show, open gardens, winter gathering and carol concert. Through our activities money is raised for charities and items which benefit the community. Please contact whatstandwellsocialclub@googlemail.com for more information.

    Website: Whatstandwell Social Club

  • Whatstandwell Womens Institute

    Members of Whatstandwell Womens Institute

    Our members enjoy monthly meetings with guest speakers covering a wide range of subjects. We have many outings each year, including meals and visits to gardens and places of interest. Our meetings are usually on the second Wednesday of the month at 2pm, at St Margaret’s Village Hall. So, if you’d like to sample a meeting (with no obligation) with our lively group, please call Margaret Keeling on 01629 823796 or email margaret.keeling@mac.com

    Webpage: Whatstandwell WI

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Upcoming events involving local organisations

Crich Youth Club

Crich Youth Club

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.

Categories

Glebe, Social group

Aufweidersehen Me Duck

Aufweidersehen Me Duck

Sat Dec 4 19:30:00 2021

Saturday 4th December 7:30pm at the Glebe Field Centre

Paul Walker and Karen Pfeiffer are an Anglo-German husband and wife folk songwriter duo. 

Their varied repertoire combines beautifully written original songs and a fine choice of folk favourites delivered with marvellous, melodic vocal harmonies, skilful guitar accompaniment, the subtle use of flute and recorder, a charming onstage chemistry and commendable audience rapport.

Their different cultural heritage is a substantial and entertaining part of their show, with amiable, self-deprecating banter playfully drawing on and celebrating both the German and Brit stereotypes.

‘Great show!’ Graham Norton

Click here to buy tickets

Categories

Glebe, Live and Local, Music, Crich Live

Crich Crafters Monthly Meetup

Crich Crafters Monthly Meetup

Thu Dec 9 18:00:00 2021

Crich Crafters Monthly Meetup

We’re a friendly bunch who meet up the second Thursday of each month to chat and work on our projects - whatever your craft, whatever your level, bring your current project and join us - everyone welcome!

We meet 6-8pm at the Glebe Centre, bring a drink and snack and enjoy an evening with us.

The sessions are free of charge.

If you would like to have a chat about the session please call Leanne Aslin on 07412 260866

Categories

Glebe, Social group

Crich Youth Club

Crich Youth Club

Thu Dec 9 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.

Categories

Glebe, Social group

Ladder World - new musical for children and adults

Ladder World - new musical for children and adults

Sat Dec 11 19:00:00 2021

Ladderworld is a new musical for children and adults by JKB Productions, with 18 original songs and a live band.

It tells the story of the adventures of Jack after a Golden Ladder appears in the sky. The rungs slide down to touch the grass and he feels compelled to climb it. At the top he finds himself in Ladderworld where he meets Santa Claus, Mrs Santa and Jill, who has also climbed the Golden Ladder. They find out that only children from Realworld can use the Magic which is needed to rescue Rudolf the Reindeer and Bushey the Chief Elf who invented the Magic Toy Machine. They have been kidnapped by the evil Goblins, led by Hobnoblin!

So, will they be able to use Magic? Will they rescue Rudolf and Bushey? Will they get the Magic Toy Machine back in time for Christmas Eve? Will children on Realworld get their toys at Christmas?

Come along and enjoy Jack and Jill’s adventure; be prepared to laugh and sing and leave feeling uplifted by the story and its music!

Event Details:

Saturday, 11 December

Doors Open at 6:40PM
From 7:00PM to 8:40PM

Location: The Crich Glebe Field Centre, Matlock, DE4 5EU

Price: £3 - £5 (booking fee applies)

Bookings taken online from 4 October: Ticket Source

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Glebe, Music, Theatre, Event