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Village Hall Quiz Night: Friday 23rd September 2016.
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Crockenhill Parish extends to approximately 570 hectares and as of February 2014 there were 1336 on the electoral roll.
We are located in the village of Crockenhill in Kent, which is a mile or so south of Swanley and two miles from St Mary Cray. If you are travelling from a distance, we are just off junction 3 of the M25.
Our church exists to worship God, strengthen believers in their faith, and to proclaim the good news of Christianity to all, so that others might experience the wonderful salvation of God through faith in Jesus Christ.
A community cinema is a non-profit-making, volunteer-led organization that shows films within its community.
Soft drinks, confectionery and popcorn will be available together with Ice-cream during the interval.
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There are many activities at Crockenhill Baptist Church. We have groups during term time for children and young people, bible study and prayer groups and more.
Hail Caesar! Follows a day in the life of Eddie Mannix, a Hollywood fixer for Capitol Pictures in the 1950s, who cleans up and solves problems for big names and stars in the industry. But when studio star Baird Whitlock disappears, Mannix has to deal with more than just the fix.
- supports local group, organisations and charities
Majority of lighting in the village is owned by the parish tel 01322 614674
To contact Sevenoaks District Council tel: 01732 227000 (open 24hrs a day) or visit www.sevenoaks.gov.uk
Crockenhill is a small village in the Sevenoaks District Of Kent, and lies south west of Swanley. It is located near the border of Kent with Greater London.
Crockenhill F.C. has two Non-League football clubs: Crockenhill F.C. who play at Wested Meadow, and Eltham Palace F.C. who play at Green Court Sports Club. Both teams play in the Kent Invicta Football League at level 10 of the English football league system.
Even though we are non-profit-making we do have expenses and one of the largest is for the screening license for the films. The showing of films outside of the home is strictly controlled under license from the film distributors hence the need to charge an entrance fee.
Some useful links: British Federation of Film Societies Filmbank
- maintains local amenities and the village environment
- makes Crockenhill a better place to live and work
If you have any queries or wish to make an appointment, please contact us:
The Croxy will be showing Hail Caesar on Friday 7th October 7:30pm for an 8:00pm Start.
To contact KCC in respect of road issues tel 08458 247800
Starring Josh Brolin, George Clooney and Alden Ehrenreich.
The parish council provides the information on this web site in good faith and accepts no responsibility for its accuracy.
There will be a short film or cartoon first followed by the main feature.
We will be hosting another popular Quiz night so please come along. For tickets please contact Shirley Abbott 01322 662149. <
Crockenhill is from Old English hyll "hill" with an unknown first element. There is also a village named Crockham Hill near Westerham.
Crockenhill is served by the Arriva Kent Bus service 477 to Orpington and to Bluewater via Swanley and Dartford. The closest rail link to the area is at Swanley station.