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'.


January 24th

Second chance to view a smaller Exhibition of the WW1 Project

in the Village Hall,

11am - 4pm

Refreshments (tea and biscuits) 2 - 4pm

Free Admission

February 7th

Battlefields Tour Reunion

A chance to see photographs and discuss the recent visit to the Battlefields

with members that went on the tour.

Saturday afternoon, at the Village Hall

February 20th

Country Houses during WW2

A talk by Philomena Liggins

Time and Place to be confirmed

April 24th

The Cecil Higgins Museum

A Talk

Time and Place to be confirmed