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 firstname.lastname@example.org
Advertising Josie Marlow 01788 823040 email@example.com
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 0300 126 1000
MEP for the East Midlands
Bill Newton Dunn 07939-250473
Information Summer 2012 Bulletin
Enquiries 0300 126 1000
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 firstname.lastname@example.org
Contact Gwyneth Nisbet 01788 822679
Ann Hutley - Secretary
Jill Jamieson 01788 824486 - Parish Council representative on the Village Hall Committee
Women's Running Network - Crick Crackers
The Womens Running Network is a women's running movement founded in 1998 in Devon by Pauline Beare and Peggy Wiseman to inspire women of all ages to run for fun and fitness. Sue Whitling runs groups in Crick, all of which are aimed at complete beginners for all ages, shapes and sizes.
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