Swimathon for Marie Curie in Cranbrook

  Would you like to take part in Swimathon? The world’s biggest annual fundraising swim is back for 2017 and swimmers across the UK are being encouraged to jump in one of over 600 participating pools and raise vital funds for Marie Curie, the UK’s leading charity for people living with a terminal illness and their families. […]

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CEMETERY TREE SURGERY ……..

  A survey commissioned by Cranbrook and Sissinghurst Parish Council has resulted in the need for some trees to be felled and others to be attended to in St Dunstan’s Churchyard. The Survey was carried out by Christopher Masters from Discover Tree a company based in Cirencester. Trees that required felling have been given the […]

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Treasurer Wanted for Cranbrook Family Fun Day

The Cranbrook Fun Day Committee are looking for a treasurer to join their team. The Committee meet once a month throughout the year and volunteers need to be able to devote extra commitment during the busy period of June & July. If you are interested in helping out please contact Phil Mummery on 01580 713072 or email […]

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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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Total Body Workout

Fun-filled, high-intensity fitness sessions for all abilities. Vestry Hall, Stone Street, Cranbrook, Kent TN17 3HA. Mondays 9.00am – 10.00am from 7th November £6 per session. Contact: Roel  McMahon Telephone: 07903361224 Email: therealheaththing@gmail.com Website: www.therealhealththing.com

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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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Proposed Cranbrook Community Centre

Statement from the Cranbrook and Sissinghurst Parish Council Chairman…………. The plans submitted to the Tunbridge Wells Borough Planning Committee for the development of the Cranbrook Engineering site and Wilkes Field, received planning permission at the Planning Committee meeting on Wednesday 31st August 2016. The next step for the Parish Council is to select a fund […]

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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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The Hop Pickers Line Heritage Group

Update: In 2015, AOC Archaeology was commissioned by the Hop Pickers Line Heritage Group (the parishes of Paddock wood, Goudhurst, Cranbrook and Hawkhurst), with Tunbridge Wells Borough Council, to produce an Historic Environment Assessment of the Paddock Wood to Hawkhurst branch railway which was closed in 1961. This iconic rural steam railway was known for […]

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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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St Dunstan’s – Toddlers’ Service

A service for pre-school age children with their parents/carers. Every Wednesday during term time at 11.00am. The service will last approx. 20 minutes including a song, bible story and prayer, and will be followed by coffee and colouring to help children come to know St. Dunstan’s as their church.

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