Looking for a new sport in 2018? Ever thought of playing bowls?

CRANBROOK BOWLS CLUB NEEDS YOU.

WE ARE AT THE TOP OF JOCKEY LANE CARPARK

NEW MEMBERS ARE MOST WELCOME

THE CLUB IS OPEN FROM THE END OF APRIL EACH YEAR.

FREE INSTRUCTION GIVEN ON THURSDAY AFTERNOONS FROM 5pm. BOWLS ARE AVAILABLE TO USE

WHY NOT COME ALONG AND GIVE IT A TRY, MEET NEW FRIENDS AND LEARN A NEW SPORT.

For further information contact David on: – 01580 388846 or Tony on: – 01580 714085

SEE OUR WEBSITE: – www.cranbrookbowls.co.uk

Crane Valley Local Nature Reserve – We Need Your Help!

Crane Valley – Local Nature Reserve

If you have some spare time we would love to welcome new volunteers to help look after Crane Valley in Cranbrook.

Help us improve the habitats for wildlife and the community – and have a great time while doing it!

For more information please email cally@khwp.org.uk or call 01580 212972. Or visit the Crane Valley LNR Facebook page.

Meet in the Co-op car park, tools, tea & training provided!

All ages & abilities welcome!

Cranbrook Union Windmill

Visit our beautiful Kentish Smock Windmill

” The Finest Windmill in England “

An ideal place to visit on a sunny day or even a wet day – six floors- lovely views – working models & displays

OPENING TIMES 2018:

2:30PM – 5:00PM

  • Saturdays and Bank Holidays, 24th March – 29th September
  • Sundays – 29th July – 2nd September
  • Wednesdays – 25th July – 29th August.

Update from Kent Police Communications Department

The public can now report crimes and incidents as well as non-injury road traffic collisions ONLINE directly to us through our website (www.kent.police.uk). Once a report is made to us online, the user will receive a unique reference number and a return email confirming receipt.

We are promoting both as a test/pilot at this stage. At the end of each form is the opportunity for the public making a report to give us feedback on using the forms.

The overall aim is to provide another choice for how the public can report crime or incidents as well as try to reduce the number of people calling 101 on non-urgent issues that could easily be dealt with through digital contact (which increasingly a lot of people prefer and have asked us to provide).

Kind regards

Helen Marshall 

Digital Manager

Kent Police

 

Baking and Crafting workshops for children and adults at the bake and crafthouse, Cranbrook!

Are you looking for a regular daytime activity for you and your toddler to enjoy together, or an after school club for your school age children to enjoy by themselves or with some friends? The bake and crafthouse provide a range of regular term time activities for children, from baking clubs to textiles groups, clay modelling to pizza parties, plus kids birthday parties! We also run a range of workshops designed for adults, both daytime and evening, including freestyle embroidery, afternoon teas and sewing parties for private group bookings. Check out our website for more info and online booking, or contact us at info@bakeandcrafthouse.com

 

Crane Valley Local Nature Reserve – volunteers welcomed

If you have some spare time we would love to welcome new volunteers to help look after Crane Valley in Cranbrook. Help us improve the habitats for wildlife and the community – and have a great time while doing it!

All ages & abilities welcome! Tasks run 10am to 3pm (meet in the coop car park). Tools, tea & training provided!

For more information please email cally@khwp.org.uk or call 01580 212972. Or visit the Crane Valley LNR Facebook page.

Task Dates:

Weds 1st Nov

Weds 7th Feb

Weds 28th Mar

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/

 

Pole – Zing – if you like the outdoors and walking try Pole-zing!

POLE-ZING

If you like the outdoors and walking – try Pole – zing (walking with poles)

To learn some Pole-zing techniques start with 2 concentrated private sessions

Introduction rate for 2 sessions – £60

Each session approx. 1 hr 20 mins

Like it? Continue with more private classes or group class Tuesday 8:15

More information

corinne@pole-zing.com

www.pole-zing.com

07711 607478

 

Cranbrook & Hawkhurst Inner Wheel Club – welcome more members

 

 

Cranbrook  & Hawkhurst Inner Wheel meet on the 2nd Tuesday monthly for business at The Great House, Hawkhurst.

We also arrange social gatherings and visits each month for members and friends and would be delighted to see you.

For more information visit  www.innerwheeldistrict12.org.uk  or contact our secretary on 01580 715143  d.chamberlin20@btinternet.com

 

 

John Spicer’s Apprenticing Trust

                                 Higher & Further

Education Costs You….


 

 

 

ARE YOU

Starting a university/college course or beginning an apprenticeship in the near future?

Worried about the cost of books, equipment, computers, materials, tools?

IF SO……APPLY TO

John Spicer’s Apprenticing Trust

who offer awards to boys living in Cranbrook or Sissinghurst.

Write/email for details and an application form to:

John Spicer’s Apprenticing Trust ,

Greycoates,

Flishinghurst,

Cranbrook, Kent, TN17 2QA

Email: cbksec@hotmail.co.uk

 

Sunday Bus Service from Cranbrook to Hastings

Following a campaign by local interest groups, Cranbrook will now have a Sunday bus service that will link the Town with Hastings. As a result of a decision by Arriva to withdraw part of the Sunday No.5 service between Cranbrook and Hawkhurst, Stagecoach have agreed to reinstate their No.349 service from Hastings and extend it to Cranbrook.

The new service will commence on Sunday the 9th April and will operate for a period of twelve months in order to evaluate public support. Timetables are available the Weald Information Centre. Or follow the link below to view the timetable –

https://www.stagecoachbus.com/timetables

 

 

 

 

 

Scouts – are you interested in joining?

PREPARED FOR ANYTHING!

Canoeing, climbing, surfing, making, sailing, helping, playing, volunteering, abseiling, fundraising, painting, acting…..

Whatever you like doing, Scouts make it happen.

Monday evenings 7-9pm

Call Mark on 01580 720270

www.wealdscoutdistrict.org.uk