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Cranbrook Goes Nuts in May
Sun 26 May @ 10:00 am - 4:00 pm BSTFree
Come to this beautiful market town in Kent where the High Street will be closed to traffic, decorated with daisies and open to all kinds of garden-related jollity:
New for 2019: ‘Hanging Gardens’ planters, Roger Daniels stickmaker, PandG natural fibre hats, Peachy Pottery, Forget me Not jewellery, Bijoux bibelot glass, Bamboo garden buildings.
Back by popular demand: Amazing Sarah Gillings of UCanSpray who will create another huge and beautiful work of art on the spot, with workshops too.
Enjoy 50+ street stalls – include plant nurseries, herbs, wood carving, local wine and cider, Garden Living artefacts, Cottrell Joinery’s planters, beeswax food wraps, Roundwood Rings and more!
activities for children – crafts based on our daisy theme, face-painting, spraycan workshops.
climb to the top of Cranbrook’s amazing working windmill, visit the museum for hands-on activities for all the family and climb the tower of St Dunstan’s Church, the beautiful ‘Cathedral of the Weald’.
local foods – Larkins Chutney, O’er the Moon fudge and Home Grown Honey, May Farm Luxury Ice Cream using local fruit, Cranbrook Conserves, incredible range of local breads.
music and dance – from Headcorn Ukulele Band, Weald of Kent Morris, and cover group Magnificent Mo and the Backline Ferrets.
food & drink – from Naked Espresso, Elizabeth Santer Creative Catering and Little Bar Co plus local Hog Roast and Cranbrook’s historic pubs and cafés.
2017 and 2018 were a blast – don’t miss it in 2019!
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- Sun 26 May
10:00 am - 4:00 pm
- Event Categories:
- Art, Bar, Child Friendly, Europe, Free, Kent, Music, UK, Workshop
- Event Tags:
- 2019 Chelsea Fringe, art, bank holiday, Child Friendly, containers, gardening, Music, Outdoors, Suitable for children, Wheelchair friendly / disabled access, workshops
- Project contact name at the venue
- Gwenneth Heyking
- Nearest tube station / rail station