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Echoes of Cranbrook

Share your photos and use #EchoesOfCranbrook
22 Dec 2023
Written by Ant Tomlinson
OC Memories
Cranbrook Through the Years
Cranbrook Through the Years

In the heart of every Old Cranbrookian lies a treasure trove of memories, moments that shaped not just individual lives but the very fabric of Cranbrook School's history. Today, we're excited to announce the launch of "Echoes of Cranbrook," a campaign designed to bring these memories to light.

As we journey through the corridors of time, we invite each and every one of you, our esteemed alumni, to participate in this nostalgic venture. It's more than just a call for old photographs; it's an invitation to reconnect with your roots, to share the laughter, the triumphs and the camaraderie that defined your days at Cranbrook.

We're seeking photographs that capture the essence of your time at Cranbrook. Be it a black-and-white image of a classroom scene, a faded photograph of a sports team basking in their victory or a candid shot of school events and everyday moments - every picture tells a story, and we want to hear them all.

Sharing your memories is simple. You can post your photos and stories on social media using the hashtag #EchoesOfCranbrook, creating a vibrant tapestry of Cranbrook's history. Alternatively, if you prefer to send them directly, email us your photos and anecdotes to oca@cranbrook.kent.sch.uk

Your contributions will do more than just stir fond recollections. They will serve as a beacon for current and future generations of Cranbrookians, illustrating the rich legacy and enduring spirit of our school.

Stay connected, share your journey and let's celebrate the enduring legacy of Cranbrook School. Here's to the memories we've made and the ones we're about to uncover!

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