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Baker's Cross on the eastern edge of the town is linked to John Baker, Chancellor of the Exchequer under Queen Mary, a Catholic.
Legend holds that he was riding on his way to Cranbrook in order to have two local Protestants executed, when he turned back after the news reached him that Queen Mary was dead.
Different versions of the legend have it that he heard the parish church bells ringing, or that he was met by a messenger.
There have been many plans to create a community hub, starting with a proposal to convert the old council offices.The focus then switched to a £2m building planned on Wilkes Field, next to the Co-op carpark.As of 2013 plans included small community rooms and three large day rooms which could convert into a hall for 300 people, along with a day care centre, council offices, public toilets and even the police station.In 2010 Francis Rook of the Liberal Democrats won one of the three council seats in the Benenden and Cranbrook ward from the Conservatives to become one of only 6 non-Conservative councillors out of 48 in the borough.
The name of the parish council was changed from Cranbrook Parish Council to Cranbrook and Sissinghurst Parish Council in 2009.1100); by 1226 it was recorded as Cranebroc, then Cranebrok.