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Civic Amenity Collection Service

There will be no Civic Amenity Collection Service on Saturday 29th October and Sunday 30th October. Unfortunately due to a fire at the North Farm Tip, that has prevented them being able to dispose of the waste collected, Tunbridge Wells Borough Council are unable to run the service this weekend and apologise for this disruption.

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INTO the Weald.co.uk

Supporting all things local. Claimed your FREE listing? Posted your job position, vacant or wanted? Got something to sell? Need help to promote your fundraiser? It’s FREE to join? Need help promoting your business or good cause? Contact us today: Telephone: 01580 715772, email: mailto:hello@intotheweald.co.uk Web: http://www.intotheweald.co.uk  

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16/503953/FULL – Former Cranbrook Engineering Site And Wilkes Field

Mixed use development comprising of demolition of unlisted buildings (Buildings A, B, D, E, F, G, H, I on former Cranbrook Engineering site and Building J on Wilkes Field) and construction of a new Community Centre, 28 no. residential dwellings, including conversion of a listed building to residential use involving internal and external alteration, 1 […]

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Major Planning Application

Brick Kiln Farm – 16/502860/OUT Outline planning permission for the erection of up to 180 dwellings (including up to 35% affordable housing) with means of access to be determined at this stage together with structural woodland planting and landscaping, informal public open space, community orchard, children’s play area, attenuation basin, vehicular access point from Hartley […]

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Cranbrook Museum

BROADCLOTH An exhibition of Cranbrook Museum’s recently acquired lino prints by Neil Ashton from his millennium portfolio – The Woof Unroll’d’  August – September Entrance Free donations are welcomed The Museum is located in “Carriers Road” opposite Jockey Lane car park and is open Tuesday to Saturday 2.00pm to 4.30pm                                                                                              

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Cranbrook Broadcloth Series

6 different greetings cards tracing the making of broadcloth by printmaker Neil Ashton Individual cards – 75p Full set of 6 – £4 Produced by Cranbrook Museum www.cranbrookmuseum.org Also available in Page’s Newsagents, High Street, Cranbrook

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Drivers Wanted, Can You Help?

Each Wednesday during the school term drivers are needed to take senior citizens to a lunch club at Cranbrook Primary School and to return them home afterwards. Pick up time is around 1.00pm and collection time is around 2.20pm. It is not necessary for you to help every Wednesday but on a rota basis (depending […]

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HAVE YOUR “SAY”

Everybody wants to know what’s going on in their neighbourhood, whether it’s the latest planning applications, changes to roads or alterations to public rights of way. Now you could help shape the way people receive this vital information in the future. We would like to hear your views on whether the way this information is […]

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Cranbrook Citizen Advice Bureaux

Can be found at Cranbrook Library, Carriers Road, Cranbrook TN17 3JT. They are open Monday – Friday 10.00am – 4.00pm Advice Line : 01580 714936 Admin Line: 01580 713989 Email : advice@cranbrook.cabnet.org.uk Website:  www.twcab.org.uk NEW SERVICE From May 5th 2015 you can contact the bureau via Skype on cabtwells, Monday – Friday 10.00 – 12.00 If […]

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The Oil-Club

The Oil-Club has launched a club for Cranbrook and the surrounding area. If you would like to join or find out more about the club, please visit the website: http://www.oil-club.co.uk. The benefits are: Reduced heating oil costs Reduced heavy goods vehicle traffic through our villages Reduced carbon exhausted into our environment About the Oil-Club The […]

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Join the team to make visits to Sissinghurst Castle an inspiring experience

With up to 200,000 visitors a year to Sissinghurst Castle, it’s essential that every aspect of this special National Trust place is enjoyed and appreciated by many visitors from the UK and overseas. With specific responsibilities, members of staff at Sissinghurst could not provide essential visitor information, general assistance event support and specific introductions to […]

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Can you help The Cinnamon Trust?

They are urgently looking for dog walking volunteers to help a resident of Common Road, Sissinghurst. The Cinnamon Trust is the national charity for the elderly and terminally ill and their pets.  They seek to keep owner and pet together for as long as possible with the help of a national network of volunteers who assist […]

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Farmers Markets

The Cranbrook Farmers Market is held in the Vestry Hall between 9.30am and 1pm on the Fourth Saturday of every month.  For further details contact Jane Apps – telephone 07971413334 Available at the market: ♦ vegetables ♦ plants ♦ honey ♦ bread ♦ cakes ♦ vegetarian/vegan meals ♦ cheese ♦ chocolate ♦ meat ♦ fish ♦ wool […]

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