Upcoming events

  • Civic Development Proposal – meet us at Vestry Hall, Saturday 28th October

    MEET US AT VESTRY HALL, CRANBROOK Saturday 28th October 9:30am – 1pm If you don’t already know about the civic development proposal, TWBC will be at the Farmer’s Market, Vestry Hall to share information and answer questions. Come by and say hello! www.twciviccentre.co.uk #TWCivicCentre Continue Reading
  • Do you love your garden? Have you considered Cranbrook Safari day on 17th June 2018?

    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 17th June please let us know. All proceeds from the day go to Cranbrook in Bloom. Pick up a leaflet from ... Continue Reading
  • Cranbrook in Bloom – dates for your diaries

    Cranbrook in Bloom Dates for your diaries Planned work parties Sunday 15th October Empty & plant the troughs Sunday 19th November In the Churchyard Meet 10am at Pages Newsagents 2018 8th January – AGM – 4pm in the Vestry Hall (to be confirmed) 17th June Garden Safari Come & join our group of volunteers, green fingers are not essential Hi Viz jackets supplied, please bring gloves, trowels ... Continue Reading
  • Cranbrook U3A Monthly Meeting – Friday 20th October

  • Cranbrook Operatic And Dramatic Society Presents – SCROOGE!

    SCROOGE! Book, music and lyrics by Leslie Bricusse Queen’s Hall Theatre, Cranbrook School 26th – 28th October 2017 7.30pm & Saturday 2.30pm Tickets from: cods.ticketsource.co.uk The George Hotel – Stone Street, Ubersports – High Street or call 01580713887 Sponsored by Costa, Hartley Dyke Farm Shop, Peter Jones (Optician) and Waterloo House Tea Rooms This amateur production of ‘Scrooge!’ is presented by special arrangement with ... Continue Reading
  • 1st Cranbrook Scout Group Jumble Sale – Saturday 21st October

    Saturday 21st October 10am – 12noon Vestry Hall, Cranbrook To donate jumble please contact Lou on 07890 495660 Or bring to the Vestry Hall before 9.15am on the day. Continue Reading
  • A study morning – Ancient & Modern Churches and Art of Romney Marsh

    A study morning presented by Tenterden U3A in association with Cranbrook, Goudhurst, Hawkhurst, Rye and Weald U3As on Saturday 18th November, 10.00 – 13.00, Sinden Theatre, Homewood School, Ashford Road, Tenterden TN30 6LT. The Marsh, with its windswept trees, mysterious winding ditches, grazing sheep and ancient churches, haunts the imagination. Ecclesiastical historian John Vigar explains how the ... Continue Reading
  • 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). ... Continue Reading
  • Cranbrook History Society – The Plague Doctor of Kent

    The Plague Doctor of Kent explained by Alex Farris from 7:30pm on Monday 9th October in the Congregational Church in the High Street. Visitors are welcome Continue Reading
  • Cranbrook Museum – October Exhibition

    Cranbrook Museum Exhibition for October  Hopping around Cranbrook  Hop Picking as it used to be around the Weald Museum Open Tuesday to Saturday 2-00 to 4-30-pm Entrance is Free Donations are welcomed. The Museum is Located in Carriers Road. Opposite Jockey Lane Car Park. Continue Reading
  • 11th Cranbrook Apple Fayre – Saturday 7th October – fun for all!

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  • The Strict Baptist Chapel, St David’s Bridge Cranbrook

    Harvest Thanksgiving Thanksgiving Services are being held God willing on Thursday 26 October at The Strict Baptist Chapel, St David’s Bridge Cranbrook. (On the way up to the Windmill) Two services at the chapel. 3.30pm and 6.30pm with a light meal served in the chapel between the services. The preacher is Mr. Alf Chapman, a former ... Continue Reading
  • 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     Continue Reading
  • Savannah Education Trust – Public Presentation, Saturday 7th October 7pm

      The Savannah Education Trust provides an education for some of the poorest children in West Africa through the provision of Christian schools in northern Ghana. In communities as poor as these, the purpose of education is not necessarily to improve job opportunities but (over time) to improve the quality of life. The Trust has three connected programmes: Building schools, Feeding ... 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
  • 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 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