Over the past few months we’ve been working on a
Crossroads Fan Club website
to mark the 15th anniversary of the serials return to UK television screens in 2001.
As always its our greatest thanks to the companies involved in the programme for making
the site as fabulous as it has been with the rare photographs and material provided to
us over our many years in co-operation with them.
But more than that it is thanks to you, the fans, for providing memories and information
long lost to time that has equally made the fan club and its website one of the best for
a British television series.
“Worryingly in-depth” - Sunday Mercury Newspaper, 2008
In the past we’ve been proud to be featured on many websites including BBC News and
on the telly including on Central News, The One Show and even Radio 2. We at one time were
even noted on the company that operates the Channel 3 licence website and featured
on their own ‘Best Of’ web section. Proving, we hope, that we’ve always been a great source
of Crossroads information.
Of course the new site won’t be taking away the information or the features, just giving it a
spruce up, so we know the new look site will be just as informative as the
Our first site was back in 2002 and since then we’ve grown from nothing to something
all true Crossroads fans can be proud of. In those early days of online fandom we were
simply little more than a few pages. Now we host many features and information.
A true testiment to the continued popularity of the programme created by our late
patron and co-creator/co-copyright owner Peter Ling along with equally supportive, of
the Crossroads fans, co-creator/co-copyright owner Hazel Adair.
As always we’re not for profit and all our ventures are for the Independent Television
founded Crossroads Care charity, which started in the programme in 1972. It came into
the real world in 1974. The big fan club charity release of 2016 is of course the
documentary DVD and we can’t wait for you to see it - we hope you like it as much
as we do.
We’re thrilled to be able to announce that Crossroads format deviser and producer
Reg Watson, who has co-operated with CAS and the *** Archive in 2007, has once more
assisted with our project, this time providing a foreword for the DVD Sleeve.
So check back soon to check-in to the all-new Crossroads Fan Club website with
all its pages and feature back online and fully working.
Oh, and we’ll introduce you to our new boss…
If you need to get in touch with us, you can email us