Cranbrook Rugby Club has a long history in the town and continues to play a vital role in the community.
The club has developed and maintains strong links with schools and community organisations and is widely recognised as adding significant value to the area.
Outside of hosting rugby festivals, County representative matches and County Finals, Cranbrook Rugby Club opens its doors to other sports like lacrosse, athletics, triathlon and cricket as well as hosting private parties, Comedy evenings and the local Slimmers Club.
Not only do we cater for sport but try to provide a hub for the local community.
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CRFC are delighted to announce that our main sponsor, Hire 4 Lower (Tool Hire & Sales) Ltd, has recently signed a new 3 year contract to continue sponsorship of the club through to the 2020/21 season. In addition to being a direct sponsor, Hire 4 Lower have supported the club in a number of other ways over the last 3 seasons, and owner and Managing Director Colin Tall who lives locally, as well as a number of the company's staff and clients, have also been regular visitors to the club at various matches and club lunches.
To mark the occasion of Hire 4 Lower's sponsorship renewal with the club, and to help support the new clubhouse building fund, Hire 4 Lower are very kindly running a promotion on their new Facebook page: For every "like" they receive from Cranbrook RFC or Cranbrook Ladies members, their families or friends, Hire 4 Lower will donate £1 to the new clubhouse building fund, up to a maximum of £1000. The promotion runs until the end of October 2018, and it would be great if we could all show our support for Hire 4 Lower, in return for the support they give us, whilst at the same time generating a nice donation for the club. Please follow this handy link https://www.facebook.com/TOOLHIRE4LOWER and get liking, and encourage friends and family to do the same, to maximise the donation to the club. (A Facebook account is required and you will be required to log in to "like" the Hire 4 Lower page).
We would like to thank Colin and Hire 4 Lower for renewing their sponsorship and for their continued support of the club, and we look forward to welcoming them at the club again in the near future.
Hire 4 Lower (Tool Hire & Sales) provide a reliable tool hire and sales service at competitive prices throughout London, Kent and the Home Counties. They serve a variety of high profile building companies, businesses and organisations, in addition to hiring to the general public. Trade accounts are available. Please contact them on 020 7091 9997 or email@example.com or visit their website to download a credit account application form. http://www.hire4lower.org/c/downloads/ . Discounts are available to CRFC members, please mention when ordering.
GUINNESS “6” NATIONS
The club has been allocated tickets for the Guinness “6” Nations Internationals being held at Twickenham.
England v Wales
Saturday 26th February, 2022
Kick Off – 16.45 hours
England v Ireland
Saturday 12th March, 2022
Kick Off – 16.45 hours
The R.F.U. is moving to Mobile tickets for this event. If you are interested in this method I require the following to enter into the General Management Function (G.M.F.) in order to purchase from our allocation:
E- mail address
Mobile Number (this is for me to contact you):
Your selection of tickets at which match and which price. Please note please have a second price choice as there may be no tickets at that price or the number you wish.
Once the tickets have been purchased and reserved for each member, an automated E-mail is generated by the R.F.U. asking them to visit the website and purchase the reservation. Payments are to the R.F.U. NOT to the CLUB.
Note: On logging onto their account at Tickets at EnglishRugby.com (or activating their account if not previously registered), they can visit their Reserved Seats page, select the tickets. then either decline or accept these tickets and checkout. R.F.U will notify on the E-mail all details.
Tickets will be delivered via the Twickenham Stadium App by the R.F.U. Please note you must have this App which can be available on App store for iPhone or Google Play for Android. Again the R.F.U. will remind you about this and further details.
There is a limited window of opportunity to achieve the necessary administration and purchase of the tickets on the system. Due to the limited allocation, tickets will be sold on a “FIRST COME FIRST SERVED BASIS” and you must be a 2021/22 PAID UP Cranbrook Sports Club Member .
SO PLEASE CONTACT ME QUICKLY AS TIME IS VERY SHORT.
Kindly send your details and requests to the following contact details below.
Contact details are:
Tel No 01580 714489
Mobile/SMS texts: 07884 056 237
Or by letter
3, Carriers Road,
NOTE: Only Cranbrook RFC members need apply (Social Membership does not include access to International Tickets)
The First team don't have a game this weekend.
The Nomads are away to Charlton Park II in the Kent Shield this Saturday. Kick off is 2.30pm.
The media programme for the Heathfield home match on 25/09/21 can be viewed here
Last week the club online shop was shut for the weekend, whilst they tried to upgrade the server space to manage the increase in traffic they are experiencing at present. This did not solve the issue, and they are basically having to migrate all of their 162 shops to a new platform. This has forced Akuma to regrettably close all the online shops this week (4th - 12th October). Akuma are in the process of moving the stores over to an automated system which integrates with their warehouse system more fully. The platform they are currently using can’t handle the incoming traffic, (1000 orders this weekend) and it is causing days of admin for their webshop team. Sorry for the inconvenience.
Please note online shop order for partner clubs are on a 5 week lead time, and are currently experiencing unprecedented levels of incoming orders.
Given the current situation and the brave people on the front line at the NHS going above and beyond the call of duty, we donated some of our bar stock to Secamb at Paddock Wood. God knows when we are able to get back to some kind of normality and start playing rugby at the club but we wanted to make a small contribution to these first responders to show them that we really appreciate everything that they do for us #strengthandhonour #heroes #nhs #secamb
The Cranbrook sports club committee consists of a handful of volunteers who are tasked with ensuring that the club functions smoothly and efficiently. Contrary to folklore the committee members are not paid but give up their time willingly.
According to the RFU there are about 60 positions that could be filled on a committee. Currently we have about 15 or 16 carrying out those tasks. Although the committee only meets once a month to look at policy and confirm decisions taken by the subcommittees if necessary, there are decisions being made every week about organisation of events, referee liaison, fixtures at all levels, sponsorship related matters and other problems that arise daily whether great or small.
Several on the committee have been in post for many years, although this season we have recruited some younger members. The reality is that we need more younger members because it is important that we look to succession in order to develop the club in the years ahead; there are challenges in relation to the new clubhouse and to ensure our progress as a sports club. The cricket section have gone from strength to strength, the minis and juniors remain vibrant and it is to be hoped that in the near future promotion for our senior teams will be forthcoming.
Of course we have many volunteers on the playing side of the minis and juniors, but our playing successes could not happen without the administration behind the scenes.
We welcome anyone in the club coming along to committee meetings to see how we operate and the amount of voluntary work carried out. Please feel free to come forward and offer your services. The committee details are in the handbook or on the website. Thank you.
Please refrain from parking on Angley Road and also do not park up on the pavement at Jaegers (or anywhere else for that matter). You will risk a fine from the Police and/or a few sharp words from Club Officials.
If the car park is full at the club then please use the parking facilities at The High Weald Academy further down the road next to the Weald Sports Centre.
PLEASE DO NOT PARK AT THE SPORTS CENTRE ITSELF!
NO PARKING ON ANGLEY ROAD!
ANGLEY ROAD SHOULD BE KEPT CLEAR AT ALL TIMES!