The guiding movement seeks to empower girls to be their best and face the challenges of growing up today through adventure, activity, friendship and fun. We are fortunate to have weekly (term time) sessions at Cranbrook for Rainbows (ages 5-7), Brownies (ages 7-10) and Guides (ages 10-14).
Scouting helps young people reach their full potential by developing skills including teamwork, time management, leadership, initiative, planning, communication, self-motivation and commitment. It offers opportunities to experience the outdoors, interact with others and gain confidence. We are fortunate to have weekly sessions running in Cranbrook.
Youth Genesis aims to transform the lives of young people, offering support for issues such as confidence and aspirations, substance misuse, mental health, relationships, bullying and health. Sessions run on Tuesday evenings 7-9pm in the Younghayes Centre (term time only, membership basis) aged 11-16; and on Wednesday evenings Streetbase works young people, in the outdoor spaces of Cranbrook. To find out more or if you are interested in volunteering please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or visit their website.
Cornerstone is a modern church community in the heart of this town. It aims to be inclusive, modern, generous, caring and reflective of God’s love for all residents. It meets in venues around the town and runs a variety of activities including Messy Church, coffee mornings, a toddler group and community events. To find out more, email email@example.com search for Facebook Cornerstone Church in Cranbrook or ring 01404 514935.
Cornerstone Baby and Toddler group is on every Tuesday & Wednesday during term times 9.30-11.30 at Younghayes community centre. The group is suitable for bumps to preschool aged children with a variety of activities and toys for all ages. They are also lucky enough to have the health visitor with us for the babies.
Each session is £2 per family to cover costs.
Saints Southwest Soccer Tots sessions take place at the Younghayes Centre Cranbrook ⚽️ weekly on Thursday mornings from 9.30-10.15am. For more information on booking on to any of our sessions please visit www.saintssouthwest.co.uk or call 01803 206350.
ScrumKids is a friendly, family-run business, started by two couples with young children, living in the birthplace of the sport itself – Rugby town. monday mornings from 09.20 - 10.20, Ages 2 - 6.
Bounce & Rhyme is a fun, friendly and free session that includes songs, rhymes and movement to help your child develop their language and motor skills, giving them a flying start towards loving stories and learning to read. They are also an opportunity for you and your baby to meet other families and learn new rhymes to share at home. Mondays every other
week from 10.30 - 11.00 for under 5’s.
Cranbrook’s Badminton Club welcomes players at all levels aged 16+ and meets at the Cranbrook Education Campus on Thursday evenings 7-9pm. All abilities are welcome, equipment is provided (low cost per session). To find out more visit their Facebook page.
Cranbrook’s Table Tennis Club meets every Sunday at the Younghayes Centre: 7.30pm ages 8-15, session fee £1 per week and 8.30pm adults, session fee £1.50 per week. For more information contact Mitch on 07766 242 682.
Cranbrook’s Football Club invites anyone interested in playing football to come along to training on Wednesday evenings at 6.30pm-7.30pm. For more information visit Facebook’s Belonging to Cranbrook and search for Football Club.
Cranbrook’s local running group, Cornerstone Runners offers regular runs and all abilities are welcome though ideally you should be able to run 5k without stopping. Sessions are led by trained Run England leaders and there’s no obligation to come each week. To find out more visit their Facebook page.
For information about Cranbrook’s Cycle Club visit their Facebook page.
If you have a camera and like taking photos, why not join Cranbrook Cornerstone Camera Club which encourages members of all abilities and run occasional competitions. To find out more visit their Facebook page.
The General Register Office serves England and Wales. It holds the records of births, stillbirths, adoptions, marriages, civil partnerships and deaths. Scotland has the National Records of Scotland to serve the same function. Northern Ireland has the General Register Office for Northern Ireland.