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
We meet at The Congregational Church, High Street, Cranbrook at 7.30pm. All visitors are welcome. 9th May 2016 – Annual General Meeting and talk, Mary Hallward; her life and diaries – Phil Betts. A copy of the agenda for the A.G.M. is displayed on the Parish Council noticeboard.
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 […]
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 […]
University of the Third Age Cranbrook. Join U3A and meet like minded people to pursue and enjoy what interests you. The next monthly meeting is the in the Vestry Hall at 2.30pm on Friday 17th June. Chris O’Donoghue will present “Behind the scenes at the Chelsea Flower Show” 2.30pm for tea and chat. 3.00pm lecture starts. Plus […]
The Book Club meet at the Cranbrook Library, Carriers Road at 10.30am on the second Tuesday of the month and are looking for new members.
Are you at a loose end, new to the area or just looking for something different to do and new friends to meet? If you are aged 55 or over, why not give CranARA a try. We meet on the 3rd Monday of every month at 2.15pm until 4.30pm in the Vestry Hall in Cranbrook (there […]
Enjoy a good cuppa with cake & time to chat on Sundays from 3.30pm at Cranbrook Primary School Hall including a brief epilogue to end the hour. If you would like a lift, call us on 01580 712505/713035/712604. Sponsored by The Vine Church 1st Sunday afternoon monthly for everyone.
The planning application, which included a Business Plan, was submitted to Tunbridge Wells Borough Council in the first half of January and we now await their decision. The application is available for inspection at the Parish Office. The planning application for the access to Wilkes Field from the Regal car park (more usually referred to […]
Your chance to have your say. Architect Nigel Taylor has presented the Community Centre Committee with drawings of the New Community Centre for consideration by them and yourselves for comment prior to going for planning permission by early October. The building is an exciting concept and we need you to come and give the Parish […]
We urgently need more ringers at St Dunstans, anyone between 12 and 112 can join us. If you have an hour to spare, why not give it a try? Our practice night is on Tuesday at 7.30, you will probably hear us! We will give you a tour of the Tower and Belfry, which houses […]
Thursday evenings 7.30pm – 8.30pm for beginners/improvers at St. George’s Institute, Sissinghurst. Further details from www.kentpilates.co.uk – email: firstname.lastname@example.org – Tel: 07944075674
Are you interested in Cranbrook? Are you retired or nearly retired? Are you looking for a very interesting voluntary job for a few hours a week? LOOK NO FURTHER COME AND HELP AT CRANBROOK MUSEUM All our helpers are volunteers. No experience needed, just your enthusiasm. Call in and meet us, Tuesday to Saturday 2.00pm […]
Why not join us? The Bowls Club is top of the Jockey Lane Car Park, turn left, in the corner of the Ball Field. If the gate is open come in, if there is a game in progress come and watch. All welcome Secretary 01580 292013 Chairman 01580 712347
St. Dunstan’s Church Carer & Toddler group On Friday’s 9.00am – 11.30am at Church House, Cranbrook (term time only) Playtime, singing, crafts, toys, stories, refreshments.
Creative Family Fun Fun Crafts, Praise & Meal 2nd Monday of every month, 3.30pm – 5.30pm in the Vestry Hall, Cranbrook FREE ENTRY – donations welcome For more information contact St. Dunstan’s Church Office 01580 715861. Children must be accompanied by an adult.
Can be found at Cranbrook Library, Carriers Road, Cranbrook TN17 3JT. They are open Monday – Friday 09.30 – 15.30 Advice Line : 01580 714936 Admin Line: 01580 713989 Email : email@example.com 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 […]
No transport? Want the loan of a moped for up to a year to help you get to work, education or training? This moped scheme includes rider training, a helmet, padded reflective jacket and gloves. The scheme is for residents of West Kent aged 16 or over who have a firm offer of full time […]
The Cranbrook Women’s Institute meet on the first Tuesday of each month, at the Sixth Form Centre at Cranbrook School, Waterloo Road Cranbrook. The meetings start at 7.30pm until 9.30pm and all age groups are welcome. New members are very welcome. For further information contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
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 […]