Cranbrook School Admissions Policy 2017


Cranbrook School is currently consulting on its 2017 Admissions Policy.

The school is seeking to admit 30 Year 7 pupils for first entry in September 2017.

The proposed new admissions policy is accessible on the school’s website and has been circulated to all key stakeholders.


Should you have any questions regarding this Admissions Policy, please do not hesitate to contact Mrs Lucy Tooke, Registrar on  before the consultation deadline of Monday December 21st 2015.


November 9th 2015


Kent Police


Please note that as and from 9th November 2015 your local Police station front counter will be open as detailed below:

Cranbrook Police Station,

Wheatfield Drive,


TN17 3LU

Located near to Travis Perkins.

Opening Times:

Mon – Fri 10.00 – 12.00

For non-urgent help please dial: 101

In an EMERGENCY dial 999


Everybody wants to know what’s going on in their neighbourhood, whether it’s the latest planning applications, changes to roads or alterations to public rights of way.

Now you could help shape the way people receive this vital information in the future.

We would like to hear your views on whether the way this information is currently circulated works for you, or whether there are ways it could be improved or updated.

We are setting up a special Kent Feedback Forum to discuss the issue, and we’d love you to take part. It’s quick and easy to have your say – we will email you occasional surveys about statutory public notices which will take only a few minutes to complete.

It’s easy to join – sign up TODAY* at:

TWBC logoworking inpartnership with: Kent County Council, Maidstone Borough Council, Swale Borough Council, Canterbury City Council, Kent Messenger & Local World.

*Over 18s and Kent residents only


Cranbrook gas mains replacement project update

For an update from S.G.N please click on the following link:,-High-Street/

The Community Centre Project – Update

The planning application, which included a Business Plan, was submitted to Tunbridge Wells Borough Council in the first half of January and we now await their decision.  The application is available for inspection at the Parish Office.

The planning application for the access to Wilkes Field from the Regal car park (more usually referred to as the Co-op car park) has also been submitted.  There are discussions on the access which involve the Co-op, TWBC, and the developer, and agreement is urgently being sought from all parties.

Fund raising will start once the planning application has been approved.

Below are some of the images that form part of the planning application:





You can access the entire application on the Tunbridge Wells Borough Council website under reference 15/500318. The Business Plan which accompanied the planning application is available to view at the Cranbrook & Sissinghurst Parish Council Office, The Old Fire Station, Stone Street, Cranbrook.