The Local History Society exists to promote interest in Cranbrook and all aspects of its history. The Society also manages Cranbrook Museum Meetings are held monthly during the winter and there are special summer events Please see below for details or contact Julia Collard
Evening Meetings are held at The Congregational Church,High Street, Cranbrook at 7.30pm.
Visitors welcome (small charge for non-members)
Programme 2017 Mon 13th february The Revolting English - a story of discontent and revolt Maureen Clayton
Mon 13th March Old Country Skills Melvin Smith
Mon 10th April Hastings Old Town Ken Brooks
Mon 8th May Annual General Meeting & talk Waterloo before, during and after Brian Awford
Why not join the Cranbrook & District Local History Society and get free entry to the museum plus the interesting evening meetings and talks. You will also be given early details of any outings or visits arranged throughout the year Please download application form and send to Cranbrook Museum with your cheque and a stamped addressed envelope Thank you.
The Society has published several books as well as The Cranbrook Journal, copies of which can be ordered using the order form on the publications page. There is also an index of subjects covered in The Cranbrook Journals