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Articles in Crick Village Magazine

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Crick History Notes - 1: The church steeple download
Crick History Notes - 2: Crick's Medieval Hoard download
Crick History Notes - 3: King Style Close download
Crick History Notes - 4: Fights & fines in the 1500s download
Crick History Notes - 5: Crick road names download
Crick History Notes - 6: Crick's 3 manors download
Crick History Notes - 7: Christmas 150 years ago download
Crick History Notes - 8: Time Team techniques at Nortoft download
Crick History Notes - 9: Crick Wharf download
Crick History Notes - 10: Jack Haswell download
Crick History Notes - 11: Crick's wool industry download
Crick History Notes - 12: Gathering winter fuel download
Crick History Notes - 13: Swainson Close download
Crick History Notes - 14: Origins of Crick village name download
Crick History Notes - 15: Victorian school diary, 1863 download
Crick History Notes - 16: Queen Victoria's jubilee 1887 download
Crick History Notes - 17: A medieval Christmas download
Crick History Notes - 18: The canal route around Crick download
Crick History Notes - 19: Public houses 100 years ago download
Crick History Notes - 20: Crick Feast download
Crick History Notes - 21: Christmas at the school download
Crick History Notes - 22: From then to now download
Crick History Notes - 23: A brief history of Crick's schools download
Crick History Notes - 24: The Crick Run download
Crick History Notes - 25: The Crick Militia List, 1777 download
Crick History Notes - 26: Talking with Kerry download
Crick History Notes - 27: Crick Feast 2011 download
Crick History Notes - 28: The structure of St Margaret's church download
Crick History Notes - 29: Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee download
Crick History Notes - 30: St Margaret's church clock download
Crick History Notes - 31: The Oxford Way download
Crick History Notes - 32: The Gunpowder Plot download
Crick History Notes - 33: Digs, Heritage Boards & Railways download
Crick History Notes - 34: Legends - Widow Webb of Barby download
Crick History Notes - 35: Watling St Roman road download
Crick History Notes - 36: Legends - the Battle of Naseby download
Crick History Notes - 37: Crick Feast, 2013 download
Crick History Notes - 38: Building the canal, part 1 download
Crick History Notes - 39: Building the canal, part 2 download
Crick History Notes - 40: How many years? (from early issues) download
Crick History Notes - 41: Let's be glum
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Crick History Notes - 42: Update to honour roll
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Crick History Notes - 43: Percy Pilcher
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Crick History Notes - 44: October gardening (100 years ago)
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Crick History Notes - 45: Christmas history
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Crick History Notes - 46: New heritage boards
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Crick History Notes - 47: Our roads and pavements
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Crick History Notes - 48: Early roads, part 1
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Crick History Notes - 49: Early roads, part 2
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Crick History Notes - 50: Archaeological Open Day
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Crick History Notes - 51: Crick woodlands
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Some further downloadable articles about the village

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Boat Horse Lane download
Crick Village Hall download
Found - one Jetton download
Crick 100 years ago download
Crick in the 1920s download
Queen Elizabeth's silver jubilee, 1977 download

Books about Crick

Honour roll "Crick’s Roll of Honour"

by David Llewellyn and Keith Liggins, (c)2008, price £4-00

Crick Walks "Walks and More" by Jim Goodger, (c)2009, price £5-00
Heritage Trail "Crick Heritage Trail" by Jim Goodger, (c)2010, price £6-00
Crick People "A Few Crick People" by Jim Goodger, (c)2011, price £5-50
"Elsie Warland's Childhood" by Jaqui Ingham, available from the Friends of St Margaret's

 

 

All the above books are available from Crick History Society or various village outlets including Crick Post Office. For those living further away and wishing to purchase, we can forward books, adding a suitable charge to cover p&p. Please contact Crick Post Office & Stores to enquire about all such long-distance orders.

Finally, a handy summary of the development of the modern village, together with a review of the vernacular style of Crick's houses, is contained in the Village Design Statement, which is accessible by following this link.