Welcome   to   the   Crossroads   Motel'   website,   the   home   of   the   long   running fan club for the ATV, Central and Carlton serial Crossroads. The   show   ran   on   television   in   the   UK   from   1964   to   1988   and   a   new   version of   the   series   aired   from   2001-2003.   The   club   was   endorsed   with   official status   by   Central   and   co-creator   Peter   Ling   and   we   have   been   proud   to   co- operate,   in   the   past,   with   the   official   archive,   over   a   decade,   on   this   site; which   was   noted   as   the   7th   best   classic   TV   site   by   the   Sunday   Mercury Newspaper   in   2006!   CAS   makes   no   profit   and   all   fund-raising   events   are   for the serials’ charity, Crossroads Care. 'Crossroads'   revolved   around   the   village   of   Kings   Oak,   near   Birmingham, and   the   main   location   of   the   Crossroads   Motel.   While   Crossroads,   the   UK's first   full-length   daily   soap,   wasn't   much   liked   by   many   critics,   the   show reached   up   to   18   million   viewers   at   its   peak   and   became   an   award   winning daytime    serial.    In    fact,    to    date,    the    saga    is    Britain's    most    successful weekday   daytime   programme   in   over   sixty   years   of   broadcasting   by   the commercial network on which it was screened.
Crossroads features in drama Endeavour The Inspector Morse Prequel saw Endeavour Morse visit     the     Crossroads     Motel     -     complete     with familiar    signage    and    reception    area    -    in    the episode    which    aired    on    Sunday    February    18th 2018. The   edition   also   saw   a   Jill   Richardson   and   Amy   Turtle   feature,   although   the latter was only seen and wasn’t - rarely for Amy - heard. Jess Conrad to appear in Last Stand in Vegas The   singer   and   actor   -   who   appeared   in   Crossroads   back   in   1978   as   Philip Bailey   -   is   one   of   the   stars   signed   up   to   appear   in   the   series   which   sees   big names of the 60s, 70s and 80s put together a show for Las Vegas audiences. The   series   is   set   to   air   on   British   screens   later   in   2018.   Others   lined   up   to feature   include   Hi-De-Hi   actress   Su   Pollard   who   coincidentally   worked   with Noele Gordon on Summer Royal for ATV back in 1980. More in our News Section…
Find out about Crossroads Care and how    the   TV    serial    founded,    with ATV Network, the major charity. Read More…
The Crossroads Appreciation Society is the Central Television fan club for the long running serial ‘Crossroads’. The fan club was endorsed by rights holder Central Enterprises and co-Creator and co-copyright holder Peter Ling on behalf of Ling and Adair. The lead patron of the society is Jane Rossington, who appeared in the programme for over twenty years. Crossroads is the copyright of Central Television/Granada International/Peter Ling/Hazel Adair. Official archive material featured on this website is courtesy of the ATV/Central/Carlton archive. Addition material is courtesy of the Central Enterprises and ITC Entertainment archive. We would like to thank former archive boss James Feltham for his co-operation with this site. A full legal section can be found here.   EMAIL US: info@crossroadsmotel.co.uk  TELEPHONE: 0844 8848 709  WRITE: CAS ℅ Mike Garrett, 50 Ryal Walk, Number 4, Kenton, NE3 3YF
There   are   a   number   of   ways   you   can   connect   with   the   Fan   Club.   We   don’t charge   a   membership   fee   as   all   membership   is   now   done   via   Facebook. Simply   join   the   CAS   page   over   on   Facebook   to   become   a   member.   If   you want   to   talk   Crossroads   but   not   join   the   club   we   have   a   motel   fan   page on   Facebook   and   you   can   keep   up   to   date   with   fan   club   news   on   our Twitter feed.
The   Crossroads   Years   section   takes a   year-by-year   look   at   all   the   big storylines   from   the   ATV   years   of the show from 1964 to 1981. Read More…
The official Central TV Crossroads Fan Club as seen on TV, on RADIO and in PRINT over the past 30 years.