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.....Bown's Hill Crich

.....View looking down Bown's Hill towards Crich Market Place.

.....Crich Stand

.....This is Crich Stand , otherwise known as Crich Memorial Tower.

.....Crich Cross

.....This is a View of Crich Cross

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Shops & Pubs in Crich

Standcliffe House Certificated Location. is situated at the Top of the Village of Crich,

the population is 2821 and is about a mile from one end to the other.

 The Cliff Inn is the nearest Pub to the Certificated Location just past the Tramway Museum on your Right.

A traditional Pub serving Real Ale and Good Food.

The Friday night raffle brings in the crowds with many prizes to be won.


 

Cliff Inn 01 

Moving down the village from Town End, Crich Tea Rooms opposite

open Thursday, Friday, Saturday & Sunday and Bank Holidays.

They serve Breakfast , Dinner and Tea and have a drinks License.

Special events are advertised at the Tea Rooms.

 

Crich Tea Rooms

Walking Past St Mary's Church on your left we come to Crich Cross ,

 were regular cattle markets were held a century ago.

Today it is a busy cross road for all the traffic that passes through the village.

The Former Pub "The Jovial Dutch" which closed about two years ago as a

Public House is now a Holiday Let for up to 12 people.


Crich Cross

 


 


 


 



Walking down Bowns Hill past Crich Infant School on your right you will pass the

Former "Mount Tabor Chapel" on your left which is now a private residence.

Towards the bottom of the hill you will find the "Black Swan" on your left.

This is one of three Pubs left in the village and serves Real Ale and  Serves Meals.

 

Bowns Hill

Black Swan archway house

Moving into Crich Market Place walking round in a clockwise direction we pass the Post Office ,

then the recently opened Jeera Indian Resteraunt and next door is Crich Mini Market.

Further along there is Crich Butchers and the Cardale Fish & Chip Shop.

.A little further on past the chip shop is a Gallery on your left and

"The Loaf "on your right which has a Tea Room and Bakes there own Bread.

 

Crich Post office Crich Butchers The Loaf Bakers & Tea Rooms 

Coming back into the Market Place (Which used to be the Chemist Shop) ,

we now have a gift shop walking past the Horse Troughs .

Near the Red Telephone Box we pass the seats were the locals

pass the time of day and finally we pass the Hairdressers.

Crich Glebe Field Centre

The Glebe Field Centre is up the Road Past the Telephone Box

known as Coast Hill and here you will find a New Doctors Surgery and Chemist

and Community Centre with many different activities taking place..

 Kings Arms

 If you take the Road past the Loaf and walk down the Common

for about 300 Mtrs you will come to the Kings Arms.

They do not serve food but offer a selection of fine ales

and usually have some entertainment on at the weekend.