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 is returning 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 will be packed with local traders, music, activities and our historic church, museum and windmill will be open to visitors.
Find a map in the 'Location' section which will show you where the free car parks are and landmarks around the town.
Scroll down to watch a short video of our 2017 event featuring an interview with one of the organisers, Gwenneth Heyking, on BBC Radio Kent's Sunday Gardening show.
It's altogether a great family day out!
WE WOULD LIKE TO THANK
Ruth at The Daisy Shop for donating the lavender
John at Stationery Express
Sally at Riverford Organic Farmers email@example.com
Herbal Health Qi Teas
Emma at Cottrell Joinery for finger posts around town
Cranbrook’s Co-op for supplying fruit for the juice bike
Charity Farm for supplying the hay bales in the High Street