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stalls on the high st
From 10am until 4pm on Sunday 26 May, Cranbrook High Street will be closed to traffic and packed with stalls, nurseries, food, drink, music, dancing, arts and crafts and activities for children. Browse through our list of stall holders and activities below.
early bird goody bags
Pick up a numbered ticket from stewards at either end of the High St and head to the Royal Mail Sorting Office to claim one of our 50 Goody Bags*. When they're gone, they're gone so get there early! There's one extra special goody to be claimed - will it be you?! * One goody bag per group.
children's ACTIVITIES & competitions
CHANCE TO WIN TOYS ON OUR WINDOW WALK
Collect forms for our daisy-themed Window Walk from the children's craft area on the High St on the day or from Alfie & Daisy on Stone St before May 26. Return your answers to the children's craft area by 3.30pm to be in with chance of winning a voucher from Cranbrook's magical toy shop, Alfie & Daisy.
SPRAY ART WORKSHOPS
Take part in supervised U Can Spray workshops run by artist Sarah Gillings. The UK's first dedicated spray-painting charity's mission is to inspire and engage young people into cultural and artistic experiences through spray-painting.
Decorate your actual wellies at home with a daisy theme and bring them along to the Festival.
Download our template to create a decorated wellie to bring on the day.
Go to the Children's Craft area on the High Street on the day to make a decorated wellie.
Hang your creation on the WEALLY WONDERFUL WELLIE TREE outside the Vestry Hall.
Our judges will pick their favourite at 2pm on the day and award the prize.
FILL YOUR BOOTS!
DECORATE YOUR WELLIES AND WIN A PRIZE
Thanks to Alfie & Daisy Toy Shop for donating the prizes for the Window Walk!
things to see and do in Cranbrook
Visit the Cranbrook Windmill Painters exhibition. Free entry, donations welcome.
Open 10am to 4pm
Cranbrook's Working Mill
Climb the floors of the Grade 1 Listed Building which is the tallest surviving "smock mill" in the British Isles. Open 11am to 4pm
st dunstan's church
Cranbrook's Parish Church
St Dunstan's is known as the Cathedral of the Weald with fabulous views from the tower.Open 11am to 5pm. Tower Visits from 11-1pm & 2-4pm
Live music and Morris DancinG
Food, drink, sweets and ice-cream
Scroll down to see all our stallholders, landmarks and entertainers!
New participants will be added in the run up to the festival so keep coming back to see the latest additions!
Cranbrook Goes Nuts in May requests that under 18s are accompanied by an adult during the Festival.