North Crawley is a small parish village in the county of Buckinghamshire, England.
It is located near the border with Bedfordshire, about three and a half miles east of Newport Pagnell.
The village name of 'Crawley' is an Old English word, and means 'clearing frequented by crows'.


May 13th

Coach trip to Duxford Airfield

September 9th

Heritage Weekend Event

An exhibition in the Church linking to the MK50 theme' with pictures

"Crawley Then and Now"

Stan Sharvell's paintings, Church records, and photo albums

A short talk on the history of the Church

and a walk around the village in the afternoon

October 27th

Northamptonshire and Witchcraft

A talk by Kevin Varty

November 24th

Salcey Forest

Talk by Daniel Burns

December 5th

A Tudor Christmas

Martin Sirot-Smith