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Existing groups

Here you can find the details of village groups currently meeting in Crofton. Please click on the link to access the page. We have categorised these groups to make them easier to identify. We also hope by showing a complete and consolidated list of current village groups that it is possible to spot ‘gaps’ where a village group could be formed to meet a currently unidentified need.

                Community

·         Crofton Silver Band

·         Crofton Community Café

·        LIVE Crofton

 

 

 

                     Youth

·         Duke of Edinburgh Award

·         Crofton Young Peoples Association

·         Crofton Starlightning Majorettes

·         Crofton Rainbows

·         40th Wakefield Brownies

·         34th Wakefield Guides

·         Crofton Beavers, Cubs & Scouts

             Sports and leisure

·         Crofton Cricket Club

·         Working Men’s Club

·         NMW Football Club

 

              Shared interests

·         Crofton Art Group

·         Crofton History Group

·         Crofton Readers Group

·         Darby & Joan Club

·         Friends of Haw Park Wood & Winterset

 

 

 

Latest News

December 2019 monthly meeting

This post is intended to provide a highlight of the monthly meeting which took place in December. For an official record of the meeting, please see our minutes section here: Council Documents > Monthly meeting documents > Monthly meeting minutes where the...

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Christmas lights switch-on 2019

The annual Christmas Lights switch-on at the Millennium Stone, Hare Park View was attended by an estimated 2-300 people on 3rd December 2019. Crofton Silver Band initiated the event, which commenced at 6.30pm, playing a number of carols. Councillor Chalkley then led...

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August 2019 Community Day

On 15 August 2019, a Community Day was held at Crofton churchyard and cemetery. The churchyard is part of the church and contains a number of older graves which surround the building. As you walk past the church towards Churchway, the council's cemetery is on the...

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