St Dunstan’s Church, Cranbrook 12.30 pm Light refreshments. 1.00 pm Concert begins. Free admission. Leaving collection to support the work of the Friends of St Dunstan’s. Dulwich Prep School is an independent day and flexible boarding school for girls and boys aged 3-13 years, nestled in the beautiful Kent countryside approximately an hour out of London. We […]
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Rotary Club of Cranbrook & Hawkhurst Quiz Night Friday 16th March, 7pm – 10pm, Benenden Village Hall Form your own team of 8 or join another team! The night will also include a raffle with lots of excellent prizes and an Easter Bonnet Competition – prize for the best bonnet! Tickets: £12.50 (includes lasagne supper […]
(click on the posters enlarge) RBLI would like to invite all those who have served in the Armed Forces and are 65 or over and their families to this Kent based event in the Lamberhurst War Memorial Hall. The event will provide an opportunity to meet some new people and talk to the many organisations […]
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10th March 20th October 8th December 10.30am – 3pm The Vestry Hall, Cranbrook, Kent, TN17 3HA Refreshments provided by the Kitsch and Stitch Café Free Admission Kitsch and Stitch is organised by Email: email@example.com facebook.com/kitschandstitchfair
(click on poster to enlarge) Why not support Cranbrook Operatic & Dramatic Society (CODS) and buy tickets for the upcoming Spring play The Real Inspector Hound. 12th – 14th April, Queens Hall, Cranbrook. Tickets are available from The George Hotel and Fancy Pants Emporium in Cranbrook. Or buy online ticketsource.co.uk/cods
You are warmly invited to attend the third event in a series of talks to celebrate Cranbrook School’s 500th Anniversary: Everest and the 1996 Storm Speaker: Mike Trueman, former officer in Britain’s Brigade of Gurkhas 7.45pm, Friday 2 March in the Queen’s Hall Theatre at Cranbrook School Mike has led expeditions around the world, […]
CRANBROOK & SISSINGHURST PARISH COUNCIL Cranbrook ward Notice of Casual Vacancy LOCAL GOVERNMENT ACT, 1972 (SEC. 87(2)) NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that a casual vacancy has occurred in the office of Councillor for the CRANBROOK ward of the Parish of Cranbrook & Sissinghurst following the resignation of Councillor Peter Goodchild. The Returning Officer at Tunbridge […]
“The most influential folk-rock band of all time” ST DUNSTAN’S CHURCH, CRANBROOK SATURDAY 26TH MAY TICKETS £24.00 TICKETS AVAILABLE FROM HAPPY & GLORIOUS, HIGH STREET, CRANBROOK LARKINS ALEHOUSE, HIGH STREET, CRANBROOK ONLINE AT – www.stedithfolk.co.uk ** RAISING MONEY FOR ST DUNSTAN’S CHURCH**
Saturday 10th March – 8.30am Hartley Coffee House Hartley Farm Shop TN17 3QG ” 500 Years of Cranbrook School History” A talk by Peter Allen – The School Archivist and retired Deputy Headmaster Price £7.50 Contact the office to reserve your seat by 8th March 2018 Email: mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org Tel: 01580 715861
Welcome FRIDAY 16TH FEBRUARY, VESTRY HALL DOORS OPEN: 2.15PM SPEAKER: IMOGEN CORRIGAN THE POLITENESS OF PRINCES THE REALITY OF MEDIEVAL ETIQUETTE AND MANNERS TEA, COFFEE AND BISCUITS NON-MEMBERS WELCOME FOR A SMALL (£2.50) ENTRY FEE
The Quo Experience Queens Hall Theatre, Cranbrook (Waterloo Road, Cranbrook, TN17 3JD) THURSDAY 1ST MARCH @ 7:45PM BOX OFFICE: 01580 711856 Online: www.queenshalltheatre.co.uk
Cranbrook History Society – Kipling Explained by Geoff Hutchinson from 7:30pm on Monday 12th February in the Congregational Church in the High Street. Visitors are welcome.
Dates for your diaries Sunday 7th April – Plant Stall at the White Horse Sunday 13th May – Empty town troughs Sunday 20th May – Plant troughs Sunday 27th May – Cranbrook Goes Nuts in May Sunday 17th June – Garden Safari K.H.W.P have two dates booked 7th February & 28th March, Check their […]
CRANBROOK LITTER PICK CALLING ALL WILLING VOLUNTEERS CRANBROOK – SATURDAY 17TH FEBRUARY 2:00 PM – BY THE RECYLING BINS, REGAL CAR PARK, CRANBROOK SMALL ROUTES/LONG ROUTES/CHILD FRIENDLY AREAS/SOME BUSY ROADS! BAGS, GLOVES, HI – VIS AND LITTER PICKERS PROVIDED STOUT FOOTWARE ADVISED
THE NEXT TALKS IN THE 500TH ANNIVERSARY SERIES WILL BE: Friday 2 March at 7.45pm, Everest and the 1996 Storm. Speaker: Mike Trueman is a former officer in Britain’s Brigade of Gurkhas. He has led expeditions around the world, including over twenty to the Himalaya and four to Everest. In 1996 he was part of […]
Museum opening times for 2018 March the 24th and 25th for Kent’s Big Weekend Tuesday to Saturday opening times 2:00pm to 4:30pm on Tuesday 3rd April up until Saturday 27th October The museum will also be open on Sunday Afternoons for the Month of July.
SISSINGHURST LITTER PICK CALLING ALL WILLING VOLUNTEERS SISSINGHURST – SATURDAY 17TH FEBRUARY 10:30 AM – OUTSIDE THE MILK HOUSE SMALL ROUTES/LONG ROUTES/CHILD FRIENDLY AREAS/SOME BUSY ROADS! BAGS, GLOVES, HI – VIS AND LITTER PICKERS PROVIDED STOUT FOOTWARE ADVISED
WELCOME FRIDAY 19 JANUARY, VESTRY HALL, DOORS OPEN: 2.15PM A BFI FILM RURAL LIFE RELIVE OUR RURAL PAST AND SEE HOW TECHNOLOGICAL, INDUSTRIAL AND SOCIAL CHANGES HAVE AFFECTED OUR COUNTRYSIDE THROUGHOUT THE 20TH CENTURY TEA, COFFEE AND BISCUITS NON-MEMBERS WELCOME FOR A SMALL (£2.50) ENTRY FEE