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The place name Cranbrook derives from Old English cran broc, meaning Crane Marsh, marshy ground frequented by cranes (although more probably herons).

Spelling of the place name has evolved over the centuries from Cranebroca (c.

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Could say they had a bit of di..llama this morning southeastern.'Zoe Paramour tweeted: 'Llamas on the line in between Sevenoaks and Hildenborough. Southeastern even got in on the joke, tweeting a mocked up picture with the caption 'Llama Del Rey' next one of the animals in a blonde wig.

Ian Stone said: 'At Sevenoaks this morning the trains have been delayed because..for it...there are llamas on the line.

The tributaries of the River Beult around Cranbrook powered 17 watermills at one time.

In 1290 the town received a charter from Archbishop Peckham, allowing it to hold a market in the High Street.

Edward III brought over Flemish weavers to develop the Wealden cloth industry using wool from Romney Marsh; Cranbrook became the centre of this as it had local supplies of fuller's earth and plenty of streams that could be dammed to drive the fulling mills.

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