Crick Old School
History and location
The Crick Old School was built as a girls and infants school in 1846. It closed as a school in 1915 and since then has been used as a meeting place.
It is in the centre of the village on Church Street and opposite St Margaret's Church. It has been redecorated to a high standard which reflects both its Victorian heritage as a school and its purpose as a vibrant community hub in the heart of the village.
The Crick Old School is a Charitable Incorporated Organisation (CIO) registered with the Charity Commission (Charity number: 1199764). It is funded by the money raised by hiring its facilities and by grants, donations and other giving. We need your support to keep this community facility alive and to enable us to maintain and improve the building for the benefit of the residents of Crick.
Hiring The Old School
The Crick Old School is available to hire for commercial and private activities and events -whether you require it for a single event or for regular use.
The building is especially suitable for meetings, small conferences, parties, family gatherings, classes, coffee mornings, fetes and charitable and uniformed organisations.
The facilities in the Old School include: tables and chairs, cosy heating, serving kitchen with microwave oven, fridge, plenty of crockery and cutlery and washing up facilities. Free quality coffee and tea is also available for our guests. Storage and a projector screen are available on request.
How to make a booking?
To enquire about booking the Crick Old School please contact Jo:
Phone: 07763 749075
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