List of local organisations with links either to sub pages or their own websites.
There are currently six active places of worship within the Parish bounds.
More information about them can be found by following the links above or on the Crich Parish website.
Crich Baptist Church is an Independent Reformed Baptist Church right in the heart of Crich Village. Read all about it on the Crich Baptist Church website.
Re-establishing Congregational worship in Fritchley, all welcome. Read more here.
Read a short history of Quakers in Fritchley and find links to further history and current meeting information.
Dating back to the mid eleven hundreds, this ancient building still has a vibrant and active congregation. Visit the church's website or read more about the history of the church on the Crich Parish pages.
The Briars is a Roman Catholic youth and conference centre with a chapel as well as accommodation and conferencing facilities. Read more about it and it's weekly services on the NDCYS website.
Read all about the services, groups and activities that happen every week at the Crich Wesleyan Methodist Chapel.
The annual Classic Motorcycle Day at Crich Tramway Village will be held this year on Sunday July 3rd.
Crich Tramway Village has been able to partially re-open following the closere to allow essential maintenance work to be carried out. However, tram services and access to the tram depot and exhibition halls remains closed.
Crich Tramway Village is temporarily closed to allow essential sfatey maintenance work to be undertaken.
Muddlealong have just forwarded some of their completed items to the Ukraine appeal.
Crich Tramway Village reopens to the public on 12th March. This item provides some background detail, including news of three trams which will feature this season and an indication of the main events planned for 2022.
Thu Jun 30 19:30:00 2022
7.30 pm at Crich Glebe Field Centre
Dieter Hopkin has kindly agreed to talk about Brunton’s Walking engine or Mechanical Traveller on June 30th at . This machine was designed to overcome the perceived problem of lack of adhesion of steel wheels on steel rails, built by the Butterley Company and used in Crich.
Glebe, Social group, Talk, Event
Sat Jul 2 19:30:00 2022
Saturday 2 July at Crich Glebe Field Centre
From 7.30 pm to 9.00 pm
£15 booking and prepayment essential (see contact details below)
Come and experience the powerful and deeply relaxing sounds of gongs and other instruments.
Allow the beautiful sounds to bathe you!
It can help with stress, tensions, insomnia, axiety, stops the chattering mind and improves general wellbeing.
Bring a mat, blanket and pillow if you want to lie down.
Please arrive at 7.15 pm for a prompt start
Contact Margit on 07530 136804
Facebook: Sound for Wellbeing
Glebe, Activity, Music, Event