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Cranbrook is a town in the county of Kent in southeast England. Its name is derived from the phrase "cran broc" in Old English, meaning Crane Marsh and referring to the birds that inhabited the wet land, though they were actually herons.

It was first mentioned in history in 1100, and was officially made a town in 1290.

Today, Cranbrook is known for its children's academy school and downtown area.

People Born in Cranbrook

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Cranbrook in People's Lives

Keira Knightley: I traveled here in 2000 to film scenes of the movie The Hole. We filmed at the Benenden's Girl's School.

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