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  • Art Share and ArtStand unite for Autumn Community Art Sharing, Exhibition and Art Sale

    10 October 2021 Art Share and ArtStand unite for Autumn Community Art Sharing, Exhibition and Art Sale

    The weekend of 16th & 17th October sees the welcome return of the Autumn Community Art Sharing presented by Art Share Crich at The Glebe Field Centre.

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  • Community Walk with foraging expert Brendan McDowell

    21 September 2021 Community Walk with foraging expert Brendan McDowell

    As part of the BBC's Country File Ramble campaign, Active Crich for Everyone have organised a Community Walk with foraging expert Brendon McDowell. 

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  • Crich Parish Council update

    11 September 2021 Crich Parish Council update

    Read the actions that came from the recent meeting of Crich Parish Council

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  • Helped needed to tidy up St Mary's Church Yard

    11 September 2021 Helped needed to tidy up St Mary's Church Yard

    There will be a work party day – open to all comers with their garden tools – on the morning of 30 October.

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  • Volunteers needed for Crich Youth Club

    09 September 2021 Volunteers needed for Crich Youth Club

    Would you like to help young people in our community? 

    In June, 23 young people attended a consultation event and gave an over whelming thumbs up to holding a weekly youth club at The Glebe. We will be kicking off the Youth Club in October and the club will be run by a mix of paid youth workers & volunteers. 

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  • Continued need for Crich Community Pantry

    09 September 2021 Continued need for Crich Community Pantry

    THANK YOU to all those who have topped up the Crich Community Pantry over the past weeks, it has sorely been needed by families and individuals.

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  • An Exhibition of The Royal Family Tree

    08 September 2021 An Exhibition of The Royal Family Tree

    An exhibition of the Royal Family Tree designed and complied by Grange Genealogy will be held at All Saints Church Hall, South Wingfield

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  • Autumn Community Art Share

    06 September 2021 Autumn Community Art Share

    The Autumn Community Art Sharing organised by Art Share Crich is just around the corner. The event is taking place on the weekend of 16th & 17th October at The Glebe Field Centre.

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  • Meal delivery service draws to a close

    02 September 2021 Meal delivery service draws to a close

    Dawn Harper, who has been providing cooked meals for older and more vulnerable people throughout the Covid pandemic has stopped the service as life returns to 'normal'.

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  • Crich Brass looking for new members!

    31 August 2021 Crich Brass looking for new members!

    Crich Brass are looking to recruit brass players of all ages and abilities. Whether you are an experienced brass player or simply have a desire to learn something new they provide a warm welcome and can even supply you with an instrument and tuition Free of Charge!

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Crich Parish Council update

by Linda Philo

Crich Parish Council logo

The Parish Council met and agreed to buy 2 new picnic tables for the Recreation Ground. These will be made in Wirskworth using recycled plastic milk bottles.

They also agreed a campaign to reduce/eliminate dog poo on the Rec and around our streets. Local school children have produced a number of poster which will be used to get the message home and a number of boxes for poo bags will be installed.

It was decided to coordinate a winter cloths collection for Afghan refugees and I'll post more information about this later this month/

Because of supply chain problems we are still waiting for delivery of the replacement parts for the toddlers spring horse on the Rec.

Police have been on the Rec. chatting to people asking about the recent anti social problems. No one had anything to report. The only comments that were made were positive. The Police have the RG on their route now and will be carrying out other visits. The key message remains: if you see something report it to the Police, more reports mean more visits can be made.

Finally the Parish Council were pleased to hear of the plans to open a Youth Club at the Glebe. Best wishes to all involved

Paul Yorke (Chair)

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