Welcome to Cranbrook In Bloom

                                   

Cranbrook in Bloom has been around for a few years (since 1999) and the group has had a big impact on Cranbrook. Just think how bare it would look without the planters in the High Street, Stone Street and in the Regal Car Park.

There's always something going on at Cranbrook in Bloom so if you would like more information or to lend a helping hand please do get in touch!

Read more.

What a great statement the Wilsley Pound roundabout is.

The group maintains the roundabout, with several haircuts throughout the year and a surprising amount of weeding.  (We had thought it would be low maintenance!)  It looks amazing in the summer and magical in the winter and is well worth the  effort.

Other green areas of Cranbrook that we help to take care of

are:- The Library Pond, Crane Valley, The Copse at the top of the High Street and Forge Orchard.

 

Please take note of our 'Dates for your Diary' events and work party days. 

 

Would you like to join us?

We aim to ensure that Cranbrook is attractive and welcoming to all its residents and visitors, through the planting and maintenance of flowers and shrubs in the Town Centre and a number of other green spaces around Cranbrook.

At present we have quite a small nucleus of active supporters and would welcome more.  There are many different tasks to be completed, some are hands on gardening but there are many others e.g. secretarial work, advertising, help at some of our events throughout the year etc.  If you would like to be involved you will be very welcome.  To find out more please get in touch.

 Linda & Maureen, Cranbrook in Bloom

 

 

Dates for your diary

For details of upcoming events see the Events section of this website.

The next two major events are:-

Cranbrook goes Nuts in May again  

Sunday May 27th 

10.00 a.m. - 5.00p.m.

 

and

 

Cranbrook Garden Safari   Sunday June 17th

  Read more

 

      

Work Party Dates

We welcome helpers - you do not need to have green fingers or to be a horticultural expert!  It is helpful if you can bring a trowel. Gardening gloves and a kneeler are also useful.

 

Sunday May 20th 10 a.m. onwards

Summer planting of the flower tubs.

For further information please contact us.