Previous CSPA events

The CSPA is well known for the fabulous social events it organises.  Here's a taste of some of them!

CSPA committee member Alison Ward has been organising for homemade cakes, flapjacks, cookies and rock buns cooked by parents to be delivered to the hardworking staff at School. Head of PE, Mrs Coleman, said that the staff were bowled over by parents' generosity.

Ali has now started delivering the homemade goodies to Hawkhurst Community Hospital and will shortly be delivering donated snacks, drinks and skincare products to the League of Friends at Tunbridge Wells Hospital for distribution to NHS staff.

Burns Night Supper February 2020

The Burns Night Supper evening in February 2020 went brilliantly - the room looked so nice and festive, there was such a buzz to the night and drinks and raffle tickets sold really well.

The CSPA would like to thank everyone for their time, participation and effort in putting it all together. It was one of the best social events the CSPA have ever organised.

The programme was also a great new addition to the event and so professionally done.

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Cranbrook Apple Fair October 2019

The Annual Cranbrook Apple Fair is always a highlight in the CSPA calendar. We set up our stall and sold our Christmas puddings, apple juice and homemade goodies. Good to have the support of a local celebrity too!

Quiz Night March 2019

A night of light-hearted frivolity among great company with Quiz Master extraordinaire Rob Miller. 
Tickets at £15 per person included a delicious home cooked supper (vegetarian option, too) with wines, beers & soft drinks available to purchase on the night.

Quincentenary Ball Summer 2018

With dazzling showgirls and singing waiters, Cranbrook School’s grand Quincentenary Ball proved to be a fabulous show-stopper that celebrated the last 500 years in superb style and raised nearly £20,000 towards refurbishment of the Queen’s Hall Theatre and the Sam West Foundation.
Around 300 parents and friends donned their glad-rags for the black-tie celebration, held in the idyllic surroundings of Cornwallis Field on a perfect summer’s evening, with dancing and entertainment until the early hours.
Festivities started with al fresco cocktails, before diners took their seats in the beautifully-decorated marquee for a three-course feast interspersed with the feathers and sequins of dancing girls and the impressive arias of a trio of talented operatic singers, who had secretly doubled up as waiting staff.

A live auction, attracting four-figure bids for a roll-call of splendid lots, was followed by a live band and DJ-spun sounds that had enthusiasts on their feet and partying into the wee small hours with displays of energetic (and, in some cases, rather wild) dance moves!