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People in the community

It is the residents of our community that make Crich Parish the vibrant place it is. We feature some of the leading lights of our community here. Browse the other features we publish in the magazine.

  • Irene Brierton, Wildlife Artist

    painting of a badger by Irene Brierton

    Crich Wildlife artist Irene Brierton talks to Andrew Auld about her interest in the natural world and badgers.

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  • Andrea Kemp

    Andrea Kemp, founder of Shift

    Crich resident and founder of Shift

    Shift is a community interest company founded by Andrea Kemp. We interviewed her about her company and her thoughts about activity. Read what she had to say.

  • Bob Pennyfather

    Bob Pennyfather, Crew Team Manager at Crich Tramway Village

    Read an interview with Bob Pennyfather, Crew Team Manager at Crich Tramway Village here

  • Farewell from Cheryl Julian

    Cheryl Julian

    Head teacher retires

    Memories to treasure... Cheryl Julian looks back at the 18 years she spent as Headteacher of Crich Junior School. Read the full article.

  • Margaret Lane

    Margaret Lane

    Being the Chair of CPC

    A chat with Margaret Lane, Chair of Crich Parish Council. What's involved? What does the Council do? How can you get involved? Find the answers here.

  • Simon Philo

    Simon Philo

    Simon Philo, pop music lecturer, author and DJ

    Read an interview with SImon Philo, pop music lecturer, author and DJ here

  • Paul and Joyce Sayles

    Paul and Joyce Sayles on their involvement in the community and why Crich has such pulling power

Latest features from the magazine

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.

  • Our green and pleasant (local) land

    Hay making in Crich

    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.

  • Summertime fun

    Summertime fun

    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

  • Comrades Club – plans old and new

    Comrades Club receipt

    The Crich Comrades club turns 100 years old this year! Curious to know more about what it cost to get started? Find out here

  • What makes us tick : a community working together

    Crich Rec

    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