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Our little heroes have stayed indoors without really understanding why they can’t go out or see their family and friends In the blink of an eye, their lives have been turned upside down and they are expected to follow rules … Continue reading

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Clap for Carers returns for a Second Week

#clapforourcarers                  Clap for our Carers Returning for the second week in succession amid the coronavirus outbreak, people in Crosspool are expected to clap from doorsteps, windows, gardens, and balconies to thank the NHS … Continue reading

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Crosspool Festival 2020

In light of the current pandemic, the festival team has made the decision to cancel this year’s festival. All the events planned will be carried forward to late June 2021, when it is hoped that all of Crosspool will be … Continue reading

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Clap For Our Carers 

PLEASE SHARE – PLEASE SHARE – PLEASE SHARE #clapforourcarers    During these unprecedented times, they need to know that we are grateful! Please join us this evening: Thursday 26th March 8pm for a Big Applause (from our  … Continue reading

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Lambing at Whirlow Hall Farm Trust

Wednesday 19th & Thursday 20th February 2020 11am – 3pm Whirlow Hall Farm Trust are opening their barn doors early this year and inviting you to meet their gorgeous new-born lambs during February’s half term. Come and get a glimpse … Continue reading

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Stephen Hill Youth Pantomime 2020

Stephen Hill youth pantomime 2020 “Thumbelina“ A pantomime tale of fairies, bugs & baddies! Wednesday 19th February to Saturday 22nd February 2020 Tickets available online or from the ticket line Tele: 07707 1840 895 £6 (£5 Pounds for 11 yrs … Continue reading

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Half Term Holiday Club

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