Cranbrook Museum & Local History Society
Cranbrook Museum & Local History Society seeks to promote an interest in Cranbrook and all aspects of its history.
It manages the Museum and holds regular meetings during the winter months plus special summer events and exhibitions
Details below or contact Hon.Sec.
c/o Cranbrook Museum 01580 712929
(small charge for non-members)
Meetings are held at The Vestry Hall, Cranbrook at 7.30pm.
Thursday 5th January
Ten Brave Men and True
Victoria Cross holders of Tunbridge Wells Borough
including William Addison of Cranbrook
Thursday 2nd February
In Pursuit of the Classis Britannica
The Roman fleet including sites at Cranbrook and Bodiam
Hastings Area Archaeological Research Group (HAARG)
Thursday 2nd March
Three Castles and an Ironmasters House
The history and industrial past of the High Weald
Thursday 6th April
Cranbrook Museum and Local History Society
Fruits of our Labour
The History of East Malling, the research station that changed history
New Members are always welcome
Membership of Cranbrook Museum and Local History Society entitles you to:-
*Access to the museum and extensive archives.
*Monthly evening meetings between October & May to hear a variety of interesting speakers
*Summer visits to local places of interest.
*Receive a copy of the annual Cranbrook Journal
plus two Newsletters each year.
To Join please download the following form.
Details of payment methods are on the form.
The Society has published and offers for sale many books relating to Cranbrook local history
Also the annual Cranbrook Journal and index to all years from 1988 listing all articles and contributors.
Copies of all publications can be ordered via the link below.