Blog: Family Friendly

Tearooms Up-dated

Tearooms Up-datedAfter reviewing our catering operation, we decided to have a counter self -service operation for the new season, with a new menu for a more efficient service to our visitors. Pentalpha were chosen as the preferred contractor to up-date the counter in the Tearooms and...

Sandford Award

Sandford AwardCrich Tramway Village won the Sandford Award for the second time this year and was notified back in July this year. Our Learning and Participation Manager, Jan Barratt, went to Worcester Cathedral on Monday 21st November to receive the award.  Jan is pictured above...

More About Starlight Spectacular

More About Starlight SpectacularMore news about our Starlight Spectacular. After Wednesday, when the Harry Potter theme finishes, we move on to a Super Hero focus. Thursday 27th October is Super Heroes day with a replica Bat Pod from 4.00 pm, which you can sit in for photographs (additional charge)....

Nominate Your Super Hero

Crich Tramway Village is looking for nominations for people living in Derbyshire who have done extraordinary things for their community or families. Those nominated will be assessed and the winners put through to attend a free day at Crich Tramway Village’s Starlight...

Last Chance to See Joseph!

Last Chance to See Joseph!Joseph, the beautiful Shire horse and star of our popular Horse Tram Days, will be making one final visit to Crich this season, on Wednesday 31st August. He will once again be hauling Sheffield horse tram number 15, from 11.00am to 1.00pm and from 2.00pm until 4.00pm....

Well Dressing – Step by Step

Well Dressing – Step by StepCrich Tramway Village is producing a Well Dressing as part of the Crich community activities this year.  The well dressings will be blessed in Crich Village on Saturday 16th July. The process started with soaking the frame, which helps to stop the clay drying out too...

Edwardian Event – 15th to 17th July 2016

Edwardian Event – 15th to 17th July 2016Step back in time and experience the nostalgia of the Edwardian period, including some First World War elements from Friday 15th – Sunday 17th July 2016. As well as vintage trams from the era running daily, there will be a programme of events including re-enactor...

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