The Crich Standard Community Award (formerly CACN Community Award) is to be presented annually to someone who has voluntarily worked to improve, or enhance, the community spirit in our parish.
It has been awarded since 2008 and you can read all about past recipients here by clicking on the images or the links in the menu.
If you consider someone worthy of receiving the Community Award because their voluntary activities in the parish, please let us have your suggestion.
Peter Patilla receives the 2019 Community Award.
Crich Firefighters receive the 2018 CACN Community Award.
Stephanie Day receives the 2017 CACN Community Award.
Doreen Mason receives the 2016 CACN Community Award.
Joyce and Paul Sayles receive the 2015 CACN Community Award.
Valerie Thorpe receives the 2014 CACN Community Award.
Esme Woolley receives the 2013 CACN Community Award.
Phil Dolby receives the 2012 CACN Community Award
George and Heather Johnson receive the 2011 CACN Community Award.
Ken Heywood receives the 2010 CACN Community Award.
Sylvia Taylor receives the 2009 CACN Community Award.
Derek Killingsley-Smith recieves the 2008 CACN Community Award.
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
Following on from the huge success of the Autumn Community Art Sharing, held at The Glebe Centre in Crich last October, the group have created the Rhymes and Lines project to give people an outlet for writing about subjects that matter the them and in turn, sharing these with the local community.
Crich Tramway Village is to re-open its exhibition hall and workshop viewing gallery after the next easing of lockdown rules on 17th May.
An update of the dates and timetable for the Mobile Library in Crich and Fritchley.
Get access to funding for your community group to get involved in the Great British Spring Clean 2021. Crich Parish Council is looking for applications now!
A new group called Residents Opposed to Amber Rock (ROAR) has been formed to develop and coordinate points being made by people concerned about the development.
Take time this Holy Week to go round the Easter Journey trail with its 8 stopping places. It’s a creative way of seeing and reading the Easter Story.