Upcoming events

  • Cranbrook 5k and 10k race – Sunday 16th July – Entry now open

    This years event is on Sunday 16th July 10am at The High Weald Academy. 5k, 10k and children’s age group races. Entry now open at www.sportingeventsuk.com Continue Reading
  • An evening of Jazz at St Dunstan’s Church – Friday 8th June

      Save the day for what could be a truly memorable Trad Jazz Evening! The Entente Musical, an evening of Jazz from the U.K and France. Invicta Jazz Orchestra (Maidstone) and Le Liberty Band (Arras), will be playing in St Dunstan’s Church, Cranbrook. Doors open 7 for a 7:30pm start. Tickets £8 from Country Stile. Please ... Continue Reading
  • Friends Of St Dunstan’s – Cranbrook Town Band – 20th May 2017

    The Town Band together with their Youth Band will playing in St Dunstan’s Church. Wonderful Family entertainment and fantastic for children. Door open at 7pm, concert commence at 7:30pm. Entrance if free, but with a retiring collection to be split between the Friends of St Dunstan’s and the Band. Please see the below poster – Cranbrook Town Band ... Continue Reading
  • Cranbrook U3A

    WELCOME Friday 19th May, Vestry Hall, Doors Open: 2.15pm Special Guest: Ken Brooks CHAIRMAN HASTINGS GEOLOGICAL SOCIETY LOCAL GEOLOGY & FOSSILS TEA, COFFEE AND BISCUITS NON-MEMBERS WELCOME FOR A SMALL (£2.50) FEE Continue Reading
  • Cranbrook Mens Breakfast – Saturday 10th June

    Cranbrook MENS BREAKFAST Saturday 10th June 2017 – 8:30am Hartley Coffee House Hartley Farm Shop TN17 3QG ” The Changing Face of the Kentish Orchard” A Talk by Tim Biddlecombe – Managing Director of the Farm Advisory Service Team National Fruit Collection, Brogdale, Faversham Price £7.50 Contact the office to reserve your seat by 8th June 2017 Email: office@stdunstanscranbrook.org.uk Tel: 01580 715861 Continue Reading
  • Cranbrook Goes Nuts in May

    10am – 4pm Sunday 28th and Monday 29th May Join us and celebrate everything and anything that grows and what you can do with it – dead or alive! Demonstrations, activities, street stalls, music, food & drink, talks and exciting interactive events for all the family at Cranbrook Museum, Windmill, St Dunstan’s church and throughout Cranbrook. To find out more ... Continue Reading
  • Cranbrook & Sissinghurst Neighbourhood Development Plan – 3 Day Design Forum in May

    Please see the below for details on the 3 day design forum on 9th – 11th May. The 3 day design forum will be held at The Coach House, Cranbrook School, Waterloo Road. NDP 3 Day forum Flyer Please visit http://www.cranbrookandsissinghurstndp.co.uk for more details Continue Reading
  • Friends of St Dunstan’s – Dr Hannam’s talk 18th May

      Please click on the links to see the details on the upcoming events at St Dunstan’s Church. Festival of St Dunstan 2017 – Dr Hannam’s talk Thursday, 18th May – 6.30 pm, St Dunstan’s Church: ‘The Church & the Sciences in the Middle Ages’, a Festival of St Dunstan talk by Dr James Hannam. Free admission. Light ... 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
  • Cranbrook Museum Exhibition

    Exhibition for April and May Thomas Dearn of Cranbrook Architect, Artist, Historian Museum open Tuesday to Saturday 2pm to 4.30pm Entrance is FREE donations are welcomed The museum is located in Carriers Road opposite Jockey Lane car park. Continue Reading
  • The Friends of St Dunstan’s – Lunchtime Concerts May – July

      Thursday 4th May Lunchtime Concert, Invicta Grammar School Musicians.  Light refreshments available Thursday, 1st June Lunchtime Concert, Arran Keith and Mark Bromley.  Light refreshments available Lunchtime Concert, The Woolf Quartet. Light refreshments available All held at St Dunstan’s Church, Cranbrook 12:30pm – Refreshments on sale 1.00pm – Concerts begin Free Admission. Retiring Collection to support the Friends’ work. 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

    May 28th & 29th – Cranbrook Goes Nuts in May In association with Chelsea Fridge – an Alternative Garden Festival Saturday 10th June – Family Fun Day Sunday 18th June – Garden Safari Having had a year off we are all ready to enter the South East in Bloom competition this year. So watch out for work party & ... 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
  • 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 Road ... Continue Reading
  • Help needed @ Crane Valley Local Nature Reserve

    We are looking for volunteers to help us improve access, habitats and public enjoyment of the Crane Valley LNR in Cranbrook. Throughout winter and spring there will be volunteer tasks doing boardwalk building, coppicing, hedge planting and much more. All tasks run 10.00am to 3.00pm but we appreciate any amount of time offered. All ages and abilities welcome! Tools, ... Continue Reading