List of local organisations with links either to sub pages or their own websites.
Click on the images in the boxes below to be taken to other useful websites relating to Crich Parish. Also browse links to local organisations.
The Tower and Grounds are open every day except Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Christmas Day, Boxing Day and New Years Day from 10:00 am to 5:00 pm (From Oct to Mar the Grounds will close at 4:30 pm). In inclement weather, visitors may not be permitted access to the Tower but can visit other Memorials within the grounds and the tea shop. Contact Crich Memorial Warden 01773 852350
Website: Crich Memorial
Find out about the history and heritage of the Parish of Crich, including census records, geneology records, church records, old photos, guides and maps.
Website: Crich Parish
This site is about those men and women from the Parish of Crich who served during the Great War. The purpose of these records is to ensure that they are much more than "just a name" on a Roll of Honour.
Website: Crich Parish WWI
There is so much variety to the countryside in and around Crich parish.
Click here to see our collection of local walks.
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.
Sat Aug 28 13:00:00 2021
The Fete Committee have decided to delay the fete by a few weeks to Saturday 28th August, the bank holiday weekend.
The original planned date of 17th July was less than four weeks after the proposed full easing of Covid restrictions and would have been vulnerable to any slippage in the government timetables.
The August date provides a little more certainty but is still dependent on them getting the required permissions, insurances and licenses. While it is a firm plan, there could still be requirements in place which will make it difficult!
Further details will be provided as soon as possible, so keep an eye on their Facebook page for updates!
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