St Mary's in the mist

Local organisations

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

Local churches

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

    Crich Baptist Church

    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.

  • Fritchley Congregational Church

    Fritchley Congregational Church

    Re-establishing Congregational worship in Fritchley, all welcome. Read more here.

  • Religious Society of Friends (Quakers) Fritchley

    Fritchley Quaker Meeting House

    Read a short history of Quakers in Fritchley and find links to further history and current meeting information.

  • St Mary’s Church, Crich

    St Mary’s Church

    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

    Bird’s eye view of the briars from the NDCYS website

    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.

  • Crich Wesleyan Methodist Church

    Crich Wesleyan Chapel

    Read all about the services, groups and activities that happen every week at the Crich Wesleyan Methodist Chapel.

Latest news from local organisations

  • Now it's Popalongs!

    19 January 2022 Now it's Popalongs!

    Find out more about the Popalong and Popalong Babies groups.

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  • Paediatric First Aid Course

    14 January 2022 Paediatric First Aid Course

    Popalong Babies, Crich Medical Practice Patients Participation Group and Derbyshire Toy Libraries have come together to organise a paediatric first aid course for parents and carers.

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  • A Christmas Journey - Follow the Star!

    14 December 2021 A Christmas Journey - Follow the Star!

    Join with the Christmas Story as it unfolds in windows around Crich from 15 December to 29 December.

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  • Children's Christmas Holiday Activities

    08 December 2021 Children's Christmas Holiday Activities


    We are delighted to say that we have organised more activities for children aged 5 to 13 during theupcoming Christmas Holidays.

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  • Only two days until the Crich Christmas Fair

    25 November 2021 Only two days until the Crich Christmas Fair

    Only two days until the Christmas shopping opportunity at the Crich Glebe Field Centre Christmas Fair.

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Upcoming events involving local organisations

Crich Heritage Partnership Meeting - Erasmus Darwin

Crich Heritage Partnership Meeting - Erasmus Darwin

Thu Jan 27 19:30:00 2022

The next meeting of Crich Heritage is on Thursday, 27 January 2022 from 7.30pm to 9.00 pm at The Glebe Field Centre in Crich.

Dave Cooper will be giving a talk on Erasmus Darwin, the grandfather of Charles Darwin.

New members and guests always welcome.


Glebe, Social group, Talk

The Jazz of Dudley Moore

The Jazz of Dudley Moore

Sat Feb 12 19:30:00 2022

Saturday 12th February 7:30pm at the Glebe Field Centre

Well known as a beloved comic actor perhaps fewer know about Dudley Moore, pianist and composer - appearing in late night sessions at Peter Cook’s Establishment Club in 1960s Soho, on TV appearances, on recordings, and with big bands.

‘I can’t imagine not having music in my life, playing for myself or for other people. If I was asked, ‘Which would you give up?’, I’d have to say acting.’ Dudley Moore

In this vibrant, sophisticated and moving homage, the Chris Ingham Trio honour this prematurely lost and sadly missed jazz hero with delightful music, spiced with gentle anecdote and insight, this is an evening of intimate and heartfelt pleasure.

Some pieces are quintessential expressions of the bright, optimistic, swinging 60s, others are deeply poignant, personal expressions of a darker, more complex world. Sometimes there is a unique and bittersweet mix of the two.

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Glebe, Live and Local, Music, Crich Live

Crich Heritage Partnership Meeting - Ballooning in Derbyshire

Crich Heritage Partnership Meeting - Ballooning in Derbyshire

Thu Feb 24 19:30:00 2022

Robin Mackey will be giving the next talk on Thursday February 24th from 7.30 pm at the Glebe Field Centre with the subject of Ballooning in Derbyshire


Glebe, Social group, Talk

Ma Bessies Prohibition Party

Ma Bessies Prohibition Party

Sat Mar 19 19:30:00 2022

Saturday 19th March 7:30pm at the Glebe Field Centre

Take a trip back to Prohibition-era America with Ma Bessie & The Pigfoot Band. This show is an incredible time capsule and brings the very best of 20s/30s blues and jazz to the present day, focusing on the life and musical canon of the late, great Empress of Blues herself, Bessie Smith. All bootleggers, gangsters and molls are most welcome.

Led by Julia Titus and her impressive vocal range, the troupe offer a potted history of sorts, chronicling the life of Bessie Smith.

As the performance is set around the prohibition era and beyond, every player in the group sounds and looks the part and audience members are more than welcome to join in by dressing up.

★★★★★ ‘It’s safe to say that an evening with Ma Bessie & The Pig Foot Band proves that jazz is good for the soul.’ Get Reading

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Glebe, Live and Local, Music, Crich Live

Bonfire Radicals

Bonfire Radicals

Sat Apr 30 19:30:00 2022

Saturday 30th April 7:30pm at the Glebe Field Centre

‘Quite staggeringly special. On this evidence, Bonfire Radicals are quite a discovery - grab the chance to go see them live.’ Fatea Magazine

Birmingham-based Bonfire Radicals have emerged from the folk/ world scene with a fresh musical approach and a host of engaging traditional and original material.

Probably unlike anything you’ve heard before, they draw on many eclectic influences for their sound - a fusion of medieval melodies, jazz-tinged swing, folk-rock, klezmer and all points in between - and go from pyrotechnic folk-rock to delicate unaccompanied singing.

Plentifully melodic and richly rhythmic, they weave together emotive vocals and free-ranging classical recorder, clarinet and fiddle over a pulsating rhythm mix of guitar, bass and drums.

Known for their highly spirited stage presence, the Bonfire Radicals’ own enthusiasm for their music is undeniable.

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Glebe, Live and Local, Music, Crich Live