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Features from the Autumn 2014 issue


WW1 Memorial Project

The new Crich Parish Roll of Honour 2014 has now been printed and mounted on a stand ready for display in the village. A memorial book has also been printed and contains mini biographies of all those that served, their families and communities.

Victorian Memorial Cards

Philip Jones has some of these cards for local people. Is your family mentioned?

Start of WW1 commemorated at The Stand

Patrick Cooke, friends and colleagues commemorated the beginning of WW1 at The Stand on the moring of August 4th.

Surprising Shows in Surprising Places

Read about the events being staged at The Glebe andFlorence Nightingale Hall Holloway over the next few months.

Front Lines

On Tuesday November 11th there will be a performance at the Glebe of readings and songs especially written to commemorate those from Crich who served in World War I

CACN Calendar 2015

The calendar will be available in September for purchase. Christmas presents perhaps?

Harriet Clarke's Blue Peter badge

Harriet has been awarded a Blue Peter badge. Nothing new perhaps except this one is 'green'. How did she get it?

Crich Workhouse

There was a lot of interest in the photo of the old wCrich workhouse on the front of the Summer Community News. Here's some more information about it.

Thanks to Esme Woolley

Many thanks to Esme for the fundraising at the King's Arms. Here's what the pubs been up to.

Welcome to the Family Tree Tea Rooms

Mick and Christine Tongue have reopened the Derwent Hotel as The Family Tree Tea Rooms. This is their story.

Missing Piece

Matlock Bath Aquarium are looking for a Derbyshire Crested China piece depicting Crich Stand. Can you help?

A Pennine Childhood, a book by Brenda Wallis Smith

A well-written and delightful memoir of life in the 1930s, 1940s and 1950s set locally in Fritchley, Crich, Alderwasley, Ambergate and Matlock.



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