Doors Open Days 2021

Very pleased to say that we are taking part in the Doors Open Days on 4th and 5th September. We will be open from 11.00am to 4.00pm on both Saturday and Sunday, with live music, and local craft displays. The peat fire will be burning, and tea, coffee etc will be available. Given the ongoing More …

Good News

Thankfully the Covid restrictions are gradually easing, and we will be able to open the cottage doors to visitors again from Monday, 26th April. However, to keep everyone safe, we will restrict visits to appointment only. Face masks must be worn whilst within the cottage, social distancing will be observed, and hand sanitiser will be More …

Garden Pump

Thanks to our talented friend, Tom Florey, we now have a new cap for the garden pump. It really is a work of art, and many thanks to Tom for this. This is the pump where the Black Tit’s have nested in the past, and we hope that they will rear another brood here this More …

Christmas Update

Sad to say, we will soon be back into lockdown, so will not be able to open the cottage doors to visitors in the meantime.However, some good news, thanks to our lovely, talented friend, Margaret Dunnington, our cottage windows have been decorated as part of the village ‘Living Advent Calendars’. Organised by Lindsay Florey and More …

Christmas 2020

Sadly there will be no Cruck Christmas evening this year. However, there now seems to be some light at the end of the tunnel, and hopefully we will get back to something like normal early next year. In the meantime, if anyone would like to visit the cottage, please get in touch to arrange a More …

Doors Open Days 2020

The Cruck Cottage will be open for Doors Open Days on Saturday and Sunday, 5th and 6th September. Call anytime between 11.00am and 3.00pm. Sadly, due to the current circumstances, there will be no music, crafts or refreshments available, however the peat fire will be lit. Social distancing will be observed, and visitors will be More …

We Are Open!

Some light at the end of the tunnel! We are pleased to say that, after the lengthy closure, the Cruck Cottage will open again to visitors from 15th July. However, for the safety of all involved, we have decided to limit visits to by appointment only, and to individuals, couples, and families from the same More …

Another Winner!

Yet again, a winning photo from our photographer, Vice Chair Bill Meadows. Not only won the ‘Celebrations, Gatherings and Community Spirit’ competition in our local Facebook ‘Through a Lens’ page, but was also voted pic of the week. This was in the aftermath of the Cruck fire, when members of the local community came to More …