There is a timetable outside the Wheatsheaf in Church Street.
The Crick Education Charity – Contact the Clerk to the Charity. David Holmes 01788 822158
Crick Parochial Charity - Contact the Clerk to the Charity. David Holmes 01788 822158
The Yelvertoft and District Nursing Association – Crick Trustee, Anne Drewett. 01788 823499
Crick Community First Responders
Contact Jackie Dunkley 01788 823388
Crick Medical Practice
Dr Twigg, Dr Eastley and Dr Menon
16. Watford Road. Crick
Phone: 01788 822203
Parish Magazine produced 5 times a year and distributed free to every Crick household.
Editors Josie Marlow 01788 823040 email@example.com
Advertising Josie Marlow 01788 823040 firstname.lastname@example.org
Financed Crick Parish Council
Distribution Crick Parish Councilors
Northampton General Hospital 01604 634700
Hospital of St Cross 01788 572831
In-patient, respite care, day centre
Cynthia Spencer House 01604 670720
See Old School Hall
Rugby Library 01788 542687
Daventry Library 01327 703130
MEP for the East Midlands
Bill Newton Dunn 07939-250473
Information Summer 2012 Bulletin
Enquiries 01327 703130
Co-ordinator Bill Garvin 01788 823916
Old School Hall
See Old School Hall
Pre-school Play Group
Contact Gemma Cosford 07964 108009
Reporting non-urgent incident 08453 700 700
Urgent incident 999
Daventry District Council 01327 300001
Voluntary Car Scheme
Volunteers use their own car to take people to medical appointments. There is also a “minibus” for group usage.
Daventry Area Community Transport (DACT) 01327 701666
Contact Ann Ward 01788 823314 email@example.com
Contact Gwyneth Nisbet 01788 822679
Ann Hutley - Secretary
Jill Jamieson 01788 824486 - Parish Council representative on the Village Hall Committee
Village Networks on Tour
What we can help with:
Money advice: how to find the best deal on gas and electricity supplies. Bring a copy of your supplier statement to an event or the RIC
Health and wellbeing: receive advice from experts on issues that concern you.
Advice and support on welfare benefits and debt
Ask about coaching on using computers, emailing, online shopping, etc.
Job-seeking advice and a range of support to help you.
Connect with local voluntary/community groups and find out about local volunteering opportunities.
See their website at http://www.snvb.org.uk/VillageNetworks.html