Regular events

  • Guides

    Guides have a chance to get out there and do something really different. They are girls aged 10 to 14 who explore new places, go on camps, holidays and trips, meet new friends at events like the BIG GIG, and try exciting activities. By joining you can become part of a worldwide community of girls ... Continue Reading
  • Pole-Zing

    A complete outdoor exercise programme. In addition to the benefits of conventional walking, the use of two walking poles alongside a balanced set of exercises allows you to achieve an all-round workout for both body and mind. The exercises can easily be adapted to suit all fitness levels and all ages, from those with specific problems ... Continue Reading
  • Music and Bop

    Including Yoga/Tai’Chi inspired exercises. Thursday mornings 9.00am – 10.00am at the Vestry Hall, Cranbrook. £7.00 per class For further information please contact Corinne Corbett-Thompson on 01580 388012/07711607478 or Continue Reading
  • Golford Cemetery Chapel Opening Times 2016

    The Chapel will be open every Wednesday from Wednesday 6th April until Wednesday 26th October. Opening times are 10am until 4pm on each day unless stated otherwise. The Chapel will also be open on the days listed below but are liable to change if circumstances arise throughout the course of the year. Mothering Sunday   Sunday 6th March   Easter Weekend:       Good ... Continue Reading
  • Body Conditioning Classes with Anne Boswell

    Will be starting on Tuesday 12th January 2016 in Sissinghurst Village Hall at 9.00am. Come along for  a good all over morning workout – combination of Supple Strength and high/low impact. 5 sessions for £25 or £6 per session – please bring a mat if you have one and water. For more information please contact 07828 868703 ... Continue Reading
  • The Cranbrook & District Local History Society

    We meet at The Congregational Church, High Street, Cranbrook at 7.30pm. All visitors are welcome. 8th Feb 2016 – Old Kent Windmills – Andrew Wood 14th March 2016 – Queen Victoria’s Dreadful Uncles – Shelia Boyde 11th April 2016 – Kent 1800 – 1899   – Bob Ogley 9th May 2016 – Annual General Meeting and talk, Mary Hallward; her life and diaries – ... Continue Reading
  • Cranbrook U3A

    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 in the Vestry Hall at 2.30pm on Friday 19th February at which Sandra Noel will present “My father on Everest with Mallory and Irvine in 1924”. 2.30pm for tea and chat, 3.00pm ... Continue Reading
  • Cranbrook Active Retirement Association (CranARA)

    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 ... Continue Reading
  • Bell Ringers Wanted

    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 ... Continue Reading
  • Body Control Pilates Classes

    Thursday evenings 7.30pm – 8.30pm for beginners/improvers at St. George’s Institute, Sissinghurst. Further details from – email: – Tel: 07944075674 Continue Reading
  • Cranbrook Bowls Club

    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 Continue Reading
  • The Cranbrook W.I.

    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:   Continue Reading
  • ‘Feet Beats’

    Academy of Cheerleading and Dance. Classes held on Tuesdays at The High Weald Academy, Angley Road, Cranbrook. or 07807 852504 for further information Continue Reading
  • Age Concern Free Hearing Aid Service for all Ages.

    Age Concern Cranbrook is pleased to offer a free hearing aid service for the whole local community. Free hearing aid batteries and new tubing supplied and fitted. This service is provided every Thursday 9.45am – 11.15am at Evernden House, Rope Walk, Cranbrook. Enquiries: Roni Summers 01580 715516 Continue Reading
  • Total Body Workout Class

    Held at Cranbrook Primary School every Thursday evening at 6.30pm. For more information contact or call 01580 857147 Continue Reading
  • 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 craft ♦ ... Continue Reading
  • Cranbrook & District Choral Society

    Cranbrook & District Choral Society meet in the Vestry Hall on Tuesday evenings during term time.  For further details contact Mrs Julia Ford on 01580 819323. Continue Reading
  • CranARA (Cranbrook Active Retired Association – affiliated to KENTARA Group)

    Meetings held at The Vestry Hall, Stone Street, Cranbrook , on the third Monday of every month at 2.15pm – for retired and semi-retired people.. You are invited to join us – CranARA could be the Club for you!  Would you like to meet new people, make new friends, try new activities, have fun?  We ... Continue Reading
  • Just Dance

    Dance Classes – Ballet, Tap, Modern, Street Dance – Wednesday afternoons and evenings in the Vestry Hall, Cranbrook.  Fun and friendly classes with qualified teachers.  For more information Tel. 01892 864517 or look up the website Continue Reading
  • Support our Soldiers

    Support our Soldiers (and all other members of our Armed Forces) SOS represents support for our armed forces and their families. If you feel you have need of this support, perhaps just to meet others in the same situation or you’re in need of a sympathetic ear, contact the SOS Co-ordinators Jill or Jeff Barker on ... Continue Reading