Cranbrook

Food for your dog, cat, tortoise, bird, hamster, rabbit, gerbil and so on as well as all the accessories a pet could wish for

Dry cleans clothes, duvets, sleeping bags, bridalwear, leathers and all manner of fabrics as well as repair and alterations

Gabriella Power and Sara Purdy have established their independent hair salon in Cranbrook for over 15 years offering hair styling, treatments and beauty services for men, women and children

Whether it’s men’s formal fashion, women’s wellies, new cubs, brownies or school uniform, Phillips Man’s Shops is stocked to meet your needs.

Moving to Cranbrook in 1976, the family run business rests in the town’s historic centre, in a building that is over 500 years old itself. Appearances can be deceiving, however, as the rural façade conceals 2,000 square feet of retail space.

Director Steven Mummery was happy to follow in his father’s footsteps to join the business.

“We just instantly fell in love with the town and have been here ever since — we love the community feel,” says Steven. “I work as a fireman part time, but I couldn’t give up working for the family business as I enjoy it too much!”

“Having constant interaction with customers and being a part of a community is something that I find really special.”

 

Bohemian upmarket ladies’ clothes, accessories and lifestyle treasures

Computer, laptop, tablet and mobile phone repairs with a collection service if required

Gifts, cards, balloons for all occasions

Odyl is a ladies clothes shop with shoes and bags as well as jewellery to accessorise the bright colours.

Kate Tompsett set up colourful, creative gift store, Happy and Glorious in 2012 – the year of the Queen’s Jubilee and the London Olympics. With previous experience in the retail and marketing industry, Kate was confident that she had the skills and experience necessary to open her own business to channel the positivity of the time.

“There was a real surge of celebration and happiness in the air, so I felt there was no better opportunity to celebrate what Britain had to offer,” she explains.

“I was inspired by Mary Portas and her challenge to re-ignite British manufacturing, so I was passionate about stocking locally created products. I have my own range of gifts in the shop, as well as items sourced from talented artists all over the UK. These items are carefully handpicked by me as I am passionate about selling products that I believe in.”

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