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24 September 2017

Cranleigh Food & Music Festival 2016 (10)


Another successful Cranleigh Food and Music Festival 2016 with more than 900 people visiting the Arts Centre and many more enjoying the food and music offerings along the High Street.


Daniel Britten, MasterChef finalist and Tante Marie graduate, Britten who is head chef at The White Horse in Hascombe, showcased his skills in the new demo kitchen at Cranleigh Arts Centre during the festival.


Also back on the demo stage Firebird Brewery - Firebird are loyal supporters of Cranleigh Arts Centre’s annual food festival. Based in Rudgwick, beer enthusiasts Richard and Bill brew a range of English ales, as well as authentic styles from around the world.

Some new stall holders for 2016 will also be exhibiting on the demo stage, including Kokoh Chocolate, who offer handmade Artisan chocolate bars and chocolates created with a passion for the finest quality chocolate and a sensational taste experience. Also a talks from Alex Valsecchi, Albury Vineyard’s Manager and Jodi from Ruby & Kind.


The Arts Centre was filled with a variety of stalls selling a tempting array of food and drink. Some favourites from last year; Flint and Flame - famous for their celebrity Chef endorsed Rhineland Knives, forged from the highest quality German carbon steel. Garlic Wood Farm, a family-run butcher dedicated to providing the finest quality, sustainably farmed meat produced in harmony with the natural environment.


Some new faces joined us this year; Peter Poppers -  Producers of gourmet popcorn, offer an old fashioned, Sweet & Salty popcorn that they cook in a stainless steel kettle, traditionally known as "kettle corn" in other parts of the world. Boxwood and Broom Wines, Cranleigh’s newest wine retailer, hold a carefully chosen selection of great wines, from the world’s most influential wine regions to provide you with interesting wines at affordable prices. Also on board are Pinch Seasonings, Brighton based Soil Association accredited, they will be selling fine organic spices, Herbs and blends, hand harvested Salts, Rapeseed Oils, Balsamic Vinegars and Blends.


As well as the food stands, dotted along Cranleigh High Street the day was jam packed with musical line up of local artists including The Surrey Hills Ukulele Big Band, The Amigos and local singer-songwriters Charlotte Maggs and Lucina Pearson. Talented musicians and singers from Hurtwood House again entertained visitors on their stage in Fountain Square.


The Cranleigh Food and Music festival was a community event, organised by Cranleigh Arts Centre, the Cranleigh Chamber of Commerce and local volunteers. It was generously sponsored by Cranleigh Golf and Country Club and there are numerous other local businesses and organisations involved in this popular event. Cranleigh food store, Ruby and Kind, worked with the Arts Centre, the Cranleigh Cooperative and Cranleigh in Bloom to promote seasonal eating and local produce in local primary schools.


Photos by Martin Bamford

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09 September 2016

Acoustic Night (2)


This is one of the regular Acoustic Nights we hold where we invite up and coming local musicians to play in our beautiful gallery!

Its great to enjoy a relaxed evenings with a glass of wine or a piece of cake from our Art House Tea Bar!

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04 October 2014

Cranleigh Food Festival 2014 at the Arts Centre (7)


The wet day did not dampen the enthusiasm for Cranleigh Arts Centre 2nd annual Food Fair. More than 700 foodies sampled the handmade artisan bread, chutneys, sauces, liquors, handmade chocolate truffles and freshly produced organic fruits and vegetables.

Our local ale producer The Firebird Brewing Company, was on site demonstrating its range of beers.

Meat-eaters enjoyed Garlic Wood Farm’s sumptuous steak burgers and rarebreed pork sausages on the day and there will be plenty of cupcakes, chocolates and cakes available to satisfy those with a sweet-tooth.

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06 September 2014

Art Tea House Launch (6)


A tea-rrific time was had by all at the launch of Cranleigh Arts Centre’s new-look Art Tea House. The event took place on Saturday 6 September to celebrate the funds raised by the Supporters of Cranleigh Arts Centre’s 100 Club, which made the refurbishment work possible.

Members of the public joined Arts Centre Volunteers and local artists to view the Tea House’s new design and sample the new range of herbal teas and cakes on offer. The day also marked the launch of the Arts Centre’s new craft initiative, “Handmade at Cranleigh”, where jewellery, ceramics and eco-friendly handbags created by local artists are now on display and for sale at the Art Tea House.

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01 November 2012

Join the Team! (13)


We couldn't put on events or even open the building without volunteers... come and join the team! Email volunteer@cranleighartscentre.org
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01 January 2012

Cranleigh Arts Centre events (11)


A selection of images from our events over the last year.
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15 January 2011

Eric Clapton wows the crowd at our annual Paul Jones and Friends gig (1)


“We’ve been to all the Paul Jones gigs, but this year was the best one so far!”

Legendary guitarist Eric Clapton, who lives in nearby Ewhurst, also made a surprise appearance, wowing the audience with three numbers, Little Walter’s Blues with a Feeling, his own Same Old Blues and Bo Diddley’s Before You Accuse Me.

Don't miss the next one...ask about our Friends membership scheme and get the chance to book in advance for all our events before the general public!

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