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 Luncheon Club

    Crich Luncheon Club meets on most Wednesday mornings. Two course lunch, drinks, entertainment and companionship. If you would like more information, please call Glebe reception 01773 857894

    Website: Crich Luncheon Club

  • Crich Men’s Group

    A group of men sitting, standing and chatting together

    Crich Men's Group meet up on the first Friday of each month from 1.00 pm at Crich Glebe Field Centre.

    No agenda, no pressure.

    Webpage: Crich Men's Group

  • Fritchley & District OAP

    Group of people sitting and chatting

    Fritchley OAP Group meet on the first Tuesday afternoon of each month, February to December, from 2:00pm to 4:00pm in Fritchley Church / village hall.  

    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! 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.

    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. 

    Website: Whatstandwell Social Club

  • Whatstandwell Womens Institute

    Members of Whatstandwell Womens Institute

    Our meetings are usually on the second Wednesday of the month at 2pm, at St Margaret’s Village Hall, Alderwasley. 

    Webpage: Whatstandwell WI

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