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KENT COUNTY COUNCIL ROAD CLOSURE

Temporary Road Closure – Common Road, Cranbrook – from 6th August 2019 for up to 4 days The road will be closed between Hovendens and Sissinghurst C of E Primary School. The alternative route is via Common Road, The Street, Sissinghurst Road, Wilsley Pound, The Common, Frittenden Road. The closure is to enable carriageway resurfacing by KCC Highways. Map data © Google Terms of Use

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 and associated ancillary development.

Comments are due by: 5th October 2017

Please visit the Tunbridge Wells Borough Council website to view the planning application

http://www.tunbridgewells.gov.uk/

 

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 no. retail unit, together with parking, access, landscaping and ancillary works. 

To view this major planning application, click on the link below:

http://pa.midkent.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?activeTab=summary&keyVal=O6WFELTYHIH00

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 and associated ancillary development.

To view this major planning application, click on the link below:

http://pa.midkent.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?activeTab=summary&keyVal=O4Y388TY0NN00

 

Cranbrook Bowls Club Is Seeking New Members

  • We seek new members of all ages and abilities, novices to experienced players.
  • Low yearly membership fee of £55 (less for under 18’s). No joining fee
  • Play for up to 4 times at no cost before deciding whether to join
  • Excellent facilities with modern clubhouse and first class green in central Cranbrook
  • Free coaching available with qualified Kent Bowling Association coaches
  • Friendly and sociable club where members support and help each other.

INFORMATION AND CONTACTS

Visit our website for more information

www.cranbrookbowls.co.uk

Write,email; or speak to Dave Pullin to arrange a free roll up or obtain an application form

Dave Pullin – Membership Secretary

Cranbrook Bowls Club

21 Norris Close

Hawkhurst, Kent TN18 4NE

Telephone: 01580 388846  Email:  pullindb@aol.com

Or contact

Chairman – Peter Hulme

Telephone: 01580 713517  Email: peter.hulmes321@btinternet.com

Secretary – John Houghton

Telephone: 01580 714843  Email:  joju@fonant.co.uk

Cranbrook Citizen Advice Bureaux

Can be found at Cranbrook Library, Carriers Road, Cranbrook TN17 3JT.

They are open Monday, Wednesday & Friday at the following times –

Monday – Form Filling by appointment only

Wednesday – 9:30am – 5:30pm

Friday – 9:30am – 5:30pm

Advice Line : 01580 714936

Admin Line: 01580 713989

Email : advicecranbrook@catwd.org.uk

Website:  www.citizensadvice.org.uk

Advice Line: 01892 533880

Email: advice@catwd.org.uk

Website www.citizenadvice.org.uk

The Oil-Club

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 Oil-Club is an independent organisation and has no links to any of the suppliers. The Clubs aim is simple – reduce the cost of heating oil for our members and the environmental impact as much as we can! The Oil-Club already manages over 2, 200 clubs across the country.

How much can we save you?

By grouping our deliveries by village or postcode sector and the bulk purchase ability of The Oil-Club, we are able to negotiate with our panel of suppliers the best bulk purchase price for heating oil and pass on the saving to our members.

As the membership grows so does our negotiating power of The Oil-Club!

How do we help the environment?

A village with 100 members will save between 150 to 180 heavy duty vehicle trips a year through your village. A big saving on wear and tear to our village, our lanes, roads and to the environment.

This also means that a village will only have one oil tanker delivering to a number of homes on the same day rather than many deliveries to individual households on different days by different suppliers.

Farmers Markets

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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 ♦ natural cosmetics/body products and rag rug artist ♦

thefatcarrot@live.co.uk or www.thefatcarrot.co.uk