Upcoming events

  • 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 Entry ... Continue Reading
  • Cranbrook Museum – Open Every Sunday Afternoon in August

    FOR THE SUMMER HOLIDAY CRANBROOK MUSEUM EVERY SUNDAY AFTERNOON IN AUGUST IN ADDITION TO NORMAL OPENING TIMES See http://www.cranbrookmuseum.org for more details TUESDAY – SUNDAY 2.00PM – 4.30PM FREE ADMISSION INCLUDES EXHIBITION OF BYGONE SHOPS AND TRADES HISTORY DETECTIVE TRAIL FOR CHILDREN Continue Reading
  • 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                                                                                                                    Continue Reading
  • 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 the UK, ... Continue Reading
  • Cranbrook Mens Breakfast – Saturday 16th September 8:30am

    Hartley Coffee House Hartley Farm Shop TN17 3QG “What’s that funny smell?” All you need to know about perfume A talk by Kim Fletcher – ex Marketing Director of Firmenich, Switzerland Price £7.50 Contact the office to reserve your seat by 14th September 2017 Email: stdunstansec@googlemail.com Tel: 01580 715861 Continue Reading
  • 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 on 01580 720765. Continue Reading
  • Family Nature Walk – Friday 28th July 10:30am – 11-30am

    Family Nature Walk Crane Valley Nature Reserve Friday 28th July 10:30am – 11:30am Come & explore the world of tiny wildlife at  Cranbrook’s local nature reserve with a guided nature walk by Dr Ian Beavis. All ages are welcome but due to the narrow walkway and access the walk will not be suitable for buggies or push chairs. ... Continue Reading
  • 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 Continue Reading
  • 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 historical fiction. Alison Weir the top selling female ... Continue Reading
  • Cranbrook Museum – Exhibition for June and July

    Plants for Industry & Plants for Pleasure Museum open Tuesday to Saturday 2.00pm – 4.30pm. Entrance is FREE donations are welcomed The Museum is located in “Carriers Road” Opposite Jockey Lane Car Park Continue Reading
  • Cranbrook Mens Breakfast

    Cranbrook MENS BREAKFAST Next meetings are –  Saturday 16th September                                    Saturday 9th December   Hartley Coffee House Hartley Farm Shop TN17 3QG Email: office@stdunstanscranbrook.org.uk Tel: 01580 715861 Continue Reading
  • Church Tower Opening Times 2017

    Church Tower openings: Saturdays, April until mid-October 11 am to 1 pm Donation of £3; children under 14 are free.   Continue Reading
  • Cranbrook Museum Opening Times 2017

    Cranbrook Museum will be open from – April to October 2017 Tuesday to Saturday and Summer Bank Holidays From – 2pm to 4.30pm  www.cranbrookmuseum.org Continue Reading
  • 8 Week (MBSR/MBCT) Mindfulness Course – Vestry Hall, Cranbrook

    If you have always wanted to learn mindfulness, now is your chance. Or perhaps you did a course a while ago and want a refresher. This experiential and instructive course will be taught one day a week in groups of 12 or less. MBCT/MBSR is clinically proven to help people manage the stress of physical and emotional difficulties but you ... Continue Reading
  • The Friends of St Dunstan’s – Lunchtime Concert

      Lunchtime Concert, The Woolf Quartet. The Woolf Quartet comprises Joseph Wolfe on violin, Claire Maynard on viola, Sheila Davis on cello and Marie-France Ouellet on violin. They proved a very popular addition to the Friends’ 2016 lunchtime concert programme. They bring vast musical experience both in the UK and internationally to their music-making.  Thursday 6th July Light refreshments ... Continue Reading
  • Kitsch and Stitch Vintage and Makers Fairs 2017

    Free Admission 11th March 14th October 9th December 10am – 3pm The Vestry Hall, Cranbrook, Kent, TN17 3HA Refreshments throughout the day with lunch from 12.00pm. Come and enjoy the beautiful vintage and handmade stalls and help support our chosen charity. Continue Reading
  • Cranbrook in Bloom – dates for your diaries

    Presentation Evening 29th September Vestry Hall – 6pm – 8pm Contact: Linda in Pages or www.cranbrookinbloom.co.uk Continue Reading
  • Do you love your garden?

    Why not give other people the chance to love it too. If you live within walking distance of the town centre (or very nearly) and would like to open your garden on Cranbrook Safari day the 18th June, please let us know. All proceeds from the day go to –   Pick up a leaflet from Pages Newsagents or ... Continue Reading
  • Cranbrook Mens Breakfast

    The dates for Cranbrook Mens Breakfast at Hartley Coffee House 2017 are as follows – June 10th 2017 September 16th 2017 December 9th 2017 For further details please contact – mailto:office@stdunstanscranbrook.org.uk or Tel: 01580 715860 Continue Reading
  • 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 ... Continue Reading