about CRANBROOK GOES NUTS IN MAY
Cranbrook Goes Nuts in May is run in association with the Chelsea Fringe and falls under the umbrella of Cranbrook in Bloom. Our street festival returned for the third year on May 26 2019 and the recurring theme is to celebrate everything that grows and what can be made out of it. That includes food, art and crafts and, of course, some fantastic nurseries. The High Street was packed with local traders, music, activities and our historic church, museum and windmill will be open to visitors.
In 2020, as everyone stays at home, we are keeping the spirit of the Festival alive by taking it online. Not everyone is lucky enough to have a garden, so we're creating a virtual one online, running a bee-themed artwork competition and promoting local businesses who are still open for business online.
Thank you for visiting our page and we will see you in person in 2021.
THE CRANBROOK GOES NUTS IN MAY COMMITTEE.
Scroll down to watch a short video of our first event in 2017 featuring an interview with one of the organisers, Gwenneth Heyking, on BBC Radio Kent's Sunday Gardening show.