Devon County Council is responsible for services across the whole Devon, e.g. highways construction and maintenance, education, transport, public safety, social care, waste disposal and recycling centres and trading standards.
East Devon District Council covers a smaller area than the County Council and is responsible for services including rubbish collections, recycling, street cleaning, housing, planning applications and Council Tax collections.
The Exeter and East Devon Growth Point is a public/private sector partnership which helps to bring forward and support a major growth programme centred on Exeter and the neighbouring district of East Devon.
Cranbrook Town Council operates at a level below the district and county councils and can help on a number of local issues, like providing allotments, bus shelters, community centres, play areas and play equipment and grants to help local organisations.
Cranbrook Medical Practice is the GP practice for residents of the town. It has been commissioned by NHS England and is operated by Access Health Care, a social enterprise organisation owned by Devon Doctors. In an emergency always dial 999.
Devon & Cornwall Police covers the largest geographical police area in England. Contact the Police on 101 to report a crime, for crime prevention and advice or for local policing. In an emergency always dial 999.
Devon and Somerset Fire and Rescue Service respond to fires but also work to keep communities safe, carry out home safety checks, respond to floods, road traffic collisions, confined space rescues and so on. In an emergency always dial 999.
E.ON is responsible for the design and operation of the heat distribution network and Energy Centre, including heat interface units which pipe heat into individual homes and commercial premises in and around Cranbrook.
South Western Railway is a train operating company which operates the South Western franchise for passenger services. Locally it operates the Exeter – London Waterloo line to which Cranbrook is connected.