Croft on Tees Village Pantomime

Jack and the Beanstalk, Croft on Tees Pantomime

RURAL ARTS ON TOUR at Croft Hotel, Croft on Tees on Sunday 18th December at 6pm.

Tickets are £6 for adults and £4 for under 18s.

Tickets can be purchased online from Rural Arts by clicking here
or please email enquiries@croftontees.co.uk for information on other ways of purchasing tickets.

Welcome to Croft on Tees

The parish of Croft on Tees is situated in the northern part of the County of North Yorkshire with its administrative centre at Northallerton, 12 miles to the south. The district council is Richmondshire with its centre at Richmond, 12 miles south-west of the parish.

The parish is bordered to the north and east by the river Tees, to the south by Dalton parish and to the west by Barton, Stapleton and North Cowton parish councils.

There is likely to have been a settlement at Croft from earliest times as the river crossing at this point has always been recorded as an important crossing for travellers going North to Scotland or South to London. The present bridge is listed as an ancient monument.

It is believed that a church has stood where the present parish church of St Peter's stands since the 9th century, being Anglo-Saxon.

There are several prominent houses in the parish which date back to the 17th and 18th century but which have since been modified.

The village saw its greatest expansion of building during the period in the 19th century when the healing waters of the sulphur springs were developed and commercialised with the need for accommodation for visitors. Some stayed for weeks and longer to 'take the waters'.


Please email enquiries@croftontees.co.uk for any further details.



Sip and Paint Party

sipandpaintDo you ever find yourself saying "I wish I could paint"? Well now you can!

Why not come along for a fun session using paint and mixed media at Croft Village Hall on Wednesday 30th November from 6:30 to 8:30pm? The cost is £20 and includes a glass of wine and nibbles, a cup of tea and biscuits. The aim of the session if to provide an opportunity for self-expression in a fun atmosphere without judgement, so everyone has a great time irrespective of experience. You can then take your masterpiece home with you!

All materials are provided. Feel free to bring your own personal items, such as photos, bus tickets, sheet music, etc. to incorporate into your art. Please note that this is an 18+ event. (Max 12 participants).

For further details and booking please email lindseythompsonart@gmail.com

Please email enquiries@croftontees.co.uk for any further details.

Christmas Tree Festival at St Peter's Church

Family Open Evening on Friday, 9th December from 6– 8 pm. Music, Refreshments,

Children’s Prize Giving, Christmas Bran Tub

There will be an art competition for all children on the Christmas Tree theme. Age groups will be under 5, 5-7 years, 8 and over. Entries to be received by Mrs Dent at Croft School by Wednesday, 7th December. Any size up to A3. Please put name and age on reverse.

Church open for viewing on 10th & 11th and 17th and 18th December, 2– 4 pm

Refreshments available.

St. Peter’s Church with Croft Christmas Trees—Nativity on the Farm at Grange Farm , Croft on Tees on Thursday, 15th December at 6pm. Refreshments

available. Children welcome to dress up as shepherds, kings or angels.

Advent Carol Service with the Choir of Polam Hall

Sunday, 27th November at 6pm. Everyone welcome. Donations of mince pies would be very welcome and can be left in church or brought on the night.


Please email enquiries@croftontees.co.uk for any further details.

Children's Christmas party at Croft Village Hall

Saturday 17th Dec 4:00 - 6:30

Music, fun and party games galore.

Includes buffet and a special visit from Santa

Plus a cup of Christmas cheer and mince pies for the adults

Tickets are £6, under 2's £3 - IN ADVANCE   

Carol Singing

Thursday 22nd December

This year we will again be starting  the evening at 6pm from Linden Court,

Hurworth Place. Last year we raised £240.00 for Marie Curie and this year we hope to do even better for St. Teresa's Hospice.

All are welcome to join us for an evening of singing around the village.

Make sure you are well wrapped up and if possible, carry a torch.

The singing will as always, be interspersed with stops for  seasonal hospitality but for a change we will complete the night with a party at the village hall. If you would like to bring a plate of finger food to share it would be gratefully appreciated.