Chasing Coral Documentary Screening – October 4th, Queens Hall Cranbrook

“Chasing Coral” – Award-Winning Climate Change Documentary The biggest story of our changing climate is hidden beneath the waves and a team of divers, scientists and filmmakers have finally captured it on film. Witness the tale of beauty, hope, and adventure that the New York Times calls an “emotional race against time”. October 4th 7pm […]

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Share your views on digital opportunities and barriers for rural businesses

Businesses located in rural areas, including villages and small towns, are being asked to contribute their views by responding to a major survey about the use of digital technology. https://ruralengland.org/unlocking-the-digital-potential-of-rural-areas-research/ Please can you forward this email or survey link to as many rural business owners and managers in your area as possible.   Feel free to publicise using […]

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Highway Maintenance in Your Area

Carriageway Patching Works Stone Street Cranbrook What we plan to do and why As part of the ongoing maintenance works to maintain and improve the highway network in Kent we will be shortly be carrying out patching works in Stone Street Cranbrook near to number 25. These works are required to repair the damaged carriageway. […]

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Cranbrook Museum Exhibition for August and September

Cranbrook Museum Exhibition for August and September   The Shops and Trade of Bygone Cranbrook Museum Open Tuesday to Saturday 2:00 to 4:30pm Entrance is Free, Donations are welcomed. The Museum is Located in Carriers Road. Opposite Jockey Lane Car Park                                                                                                                   

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Friends of St Dunstan’s Lunchtime Concerts – Thursday 7th September

Naomi Burrell (Violin) & Piano British-Swiss violinist Naomi Burrell studied on the prestigious joint course between the University of Manchester and the Royal Northern College of Music, gaining a first class honours at each institution. She then studied on the Historical Performance Mmus Programme at the Royal Academy of Music, specialising in baroque violin. In […]

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Co-op Community Fund

Our Local Community Fund supports causes near you. If you’re part of a local cause or know one that would benefit from funding, let then know or Apply by 8 August coop.co.uk/causes Application criteria applies, please see full terms and conditions at coop.co.uk/causes for details  

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Neighbourhood Plan Public Meetings

  Neighbourhood Plan Public Meetings Come and hear about progress so far, how you can have your say & get involved in the future development of our parish. Cranbrook Wednesday 19th July – 7pm, Vestry Hall. Sissinghurst Saturday 22nd July – 10am, St Georges Institute.   For more information please visit https://cranbrookandsissinghurstndp.co.uk or call Nancy Warne […]

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Weald Beekeepers Bee Show – Saturday 30th September

Weald Beekeepers Bee Show Saturday 30th September 2017 10am – 3:30pm See live honey bees and learn more about them Sample lots of lovely local honey          Crafts                                              Refreshments                          Demonstrations Free Admission VESTRY HALL, CRANBROOK

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                       Update on North Farm Waste and Recycling Centre Following last year’s fire at North Farm Waste and Recycling Centre further repair work is needed to the infrastructure of the site. KCC has informed TWBC that they intend to close the site for approximately 10 weeks from Sunday 16 July in order to complete the […]

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John Spicer’s Apprenticing Trust

                                 Higher & Further Education Costs You….       ARE YOU Starting a university/college course or beginning an apprenticeship in the near future? Worried about the cost of books, equipment, computers, materials, tools? IF SO……APPLY TO John Spicer’s Apprenticing Trust who offer awards to boys living in Cranbrook or Sissinghurst. Write/email for details and […]

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Cranbrook Literature Festival – Alison Weir – Wednesday 27th September

ALISON WEIR ‘The Innocent Traitor’ at Vestry Hall, Cranbrook Wednesday 27th September, 7:30pm cranbrookliteraturefestival.com Tickets £5.00 per head via website or purchase from Buss Murton, 31, Cranbrook High Street. Alison Weir discusses her novel ‘The Innocent Traitor’ based on the life of Lady Jane Grey. Perfect for a book group read, or anyone interested in […]

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