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Westerham is a real taste of the country, on the doorstep of some Kent’s finest landscapes yet just a few miles from London, Sevenoaks and the M25. Here you’ll find inspiring history, glorious fresh air, stunning views, charming shopping, great food and a warm welcome anytime of the year.

So whether you want to delve into the fascinating past, seek out locally brewed beer, stroll the shops, take in a spa or lose yourself in the country, browse the website to create your special tailor-made day.

Something for everyone…


Parking FREE PARKING in Westerham! First 3 hours free in the Darent Carpark, and all day town-wide on Sundays.  More Westerham parking information (varying charges and times)

Useful InfoMore useful information (getting here, buses, taxis, train links)

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What’s On

Latest News

  • Jubilee Picnic on the Green

    Suinday 5th June
    Marquee with tables, live music and singalong from noon to 4pm.
    Bring your own rugs and picnic,   Souvenir songbook
    Strawberries and cream and scones and jam by Westerham Sea Cadets.
    Tea and cakes by Westerham Scouts   More details

  • Westerham Library Centenary

    18th May 2022 – the 100th anniversary of our Westerham Library.
    Click on picture for full size image.
    Come and celebrate the work of Eleanor Laird Busk who founded the library in 1922 and hear historian Bill Curtis relate tales of Westerham life 100 years ago.   (2.30pm to 4pm)   Refreshments available!
    Download poster here


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Clubs & Societies

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Clubs & Societies

  • Westerham Fine Arts Society

    Wednesday 11th May 2022
    Bertie Pearce is coming to tell us the fascinating story about how the small bronze statue which had been in his Grandfather’s garden for over 40 years, was discovered to be a Masterpiece!!
    The Wine Bar opens at 7.30 – talk begins at 8pm. Free to members – Visitors £5 on the door. More info at www.westerhamfinearts.weebly.com

  • Westerham Society Talks

     Fri 8th April 2022 7.30pm
    A MAGIC EVENING

    Darren Filsell will present a mix of card magic and mentalism. 
    Come along and prepare to be entertained.

  • Westerham Ramblers

    Welcome to Westerham Ramblers.
    Please see dates for our walks in our  April newsletter. www.westerhamramblers.org.uk/ramblers/future-dates
    We no longer be operating a booking system – but Richard Gadd would still appreciate it if you do plan to attend, that you email westerhamramblers@yahoo.com or telephone/text 07792 919727 so he can keep an eye on approximate numbersRead More

  • The Friday Lunch Club

    Second Friday of the month, 11.30am – 1.30pm in Westerham Hall, for seniors and those less able. Suspended for the duration. For £5 there will be a cuppa, a two course lunch, a quiz, a raffle and another cuppa! The Friday Lunch Club is currently full, please contact Westerham Town Council office to be put on the waiting list T: 01959 562147Read More

  • The W.I.

    w-iThird Wednesday of the month 7.30pm in Westerham Hall: Cancelled until further notice  We are welcoming new members for 2021! Read More

  • Lunch Club – Age UK

    Friday 29th January 11.30am – 1.30pm in Westerham Hall. Cancelled until further notice A delicious two course lunch on the last Friday (except August and December) of every month with tea or coffee. Raffle and quiz is included in the Read More

  • U3A Coffee Mornings & Open Meetings 

    U3A_logoNormally first Monday of the month 10.30am Coffee Morning at The Grasshopper on The Green OR normally second Thursday of the month 2pm Open Meeting Talk. Meetings currently not regular but virtual arrangements announced by email to members.   

    News July 2020Read More

  • Fleapit Cinema

     We had a great season over the winter of 2021/22 and are all looking forward to restarting in the autumn and welcoming back friends old and new.
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  • Westerham Art Group

    Although we are not meeting just now, we usually hold our meetings Monday afternoon from 2 till 4pm in the Council Offices, Russell House (above the surgery). Non members are welcome – we run demos and workshops at some of the meetings as well as ideas of subjects to paint or draw – or you can follow your own ideas…. The 2020 Spring term will run from 27th January to 30th March.

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  • Westerham Local Vocals

    Sadly not meeting at the moment, this community-based, adult choir for people who love to sing, offers friendship, lively, non-auditioned fun, and we also aim to sing to a high standard! First session free… Read more here

  • Westerham Heritage Website

    The Westerham Society Committee is delighted to announce a dedicated computer at Westerham Library, for those without access, so everyone can check out the Heritage website, an on-line virtual museum of Westerham’s history which you can find at http://www.westerhamheritage.org.ukRead More

  • Scouts seek mini bus funds

    Westerham Scouts has launched a £12,000 appeal to buy a badly needed new 17 seater minibus for outings and camps. Read More

  • Tuesday Club

    Normally every Tuesday 2.30pm in Westerham Hall. Cancelled until further notice Bingo and Social Club for senior citizens. Run by local people for the benefit of local people. All are welcome to attend whether you just want to turn up, meet others and play or get involved and help keep this great club going. For more information come along to the hall any Tuesday afternoon. Read More

  • Junior Football training

    Open Football training with Westerham FC Juniors, every Saturday 10 – 11am on King George’s Field, Westerham, for girls and boys. School years R, 1 and 2. All abilities welcome, if you’re interested please E westerhamjuniorfc@btinternet.com


Community

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Community


  • Forget-Me-Not Café

    Third Friday each month 11.00am – 12.30pm in the Congregational Church Hall, Fullers HillRead More

  • Beating of the Bounds of Westerham & Rotary Fair

    Monday 2nd May from 8.00am  Spring is here.  Westerham welcomes families, friends and visitors to walk around our boundary paths, watch Maypole dancing, Punch & Judy, live music and BBQ on the Green and visit stalls at the Rotary Fair. Read more and download maps on the Whats-On pageRead More

  • Café Church Costa

    Café Church is a monthly service held at Costa Coffee, The Green. An informal time of worship suitable for all ages lead by the Congregational Church, see their website for dates and times

  • Westerham Library

    Browse books, join a group, view the displays, use the computers, wifi and printersRead More

  • Community First Responder volunteers wanted!

    Westerham needs more volunteers based here – training takes about a year E: info@sevenoakscfrs.org if you are interested. Read More

  • Westerham Almshouses

    From time to time vacancies occur in the charity’s properties for those of restricted financial means, are of a certain age and who have lived in Westerham or Crockham Hill for at least two years. Read More

  • Hearing Aid Clinic

    Wednesday 19th August 10 – 11.30am Normally 3rd Wednesday of the month (excluding August) at Council Chamber (above the Doc’s) Russell House, Market Square, WESTERHAM, Kent, TN16 1RB.Read More

  • Ask for help, or Volunteer in Westerham

    Ask for help, or volunteer in Westerham? There are various ways forward – Locally, or at Town, District or County level

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  • Westerham’s Foodbank

    Westerham Food Bank Appeal: From the Food Bank: thank you to those who continue to donate, and to ‘The Courtyard @ Westerham Hall’ which is supplying free meals to our referrals. Referrals can be made via any of the social services, GP. Many thanks for more donations, anything non-perishable, toiletries and cleaning products.Read More

  • Citizens Advice Bureau

    Your Local Adviceline is now free to call on 0808 278 7962

    Citizens Advice Edenbridge & Westerham is encouraging you to get in touch on the phone or by email.  Our team of staff and volunteers are ready to answer questions on a wide range of subjects including housing, debt, employment, relationship breakdowns and benefits issues.
    Read More

  • WTP Newsletter

    Town Partnership Newsletter
    Read our review of 2021 and some of our plans for the New Year.
    Click here to see our November 2021 Newsletter
    Click here to see photo album of Christmas Light Switch-on and St Mary’s Christmas Tree Festival

  • Westerham Library Centenary

    18th May 2022 – the 100th anniversary of our Westerham Library.
    Click on picture for full size image.
    Come and celebrate the work of Eleanor Laird Busk who founded the library in 1922 and hear historian Bill Curtis relate tales of Westerham life 100 years ago.   (2.30pm to 4pm)   Refreshments available!
    Download poster here


Owl GatekeeperMr Owl – Guardian of the Gateway: The Westerham Town Partnership, which funded carved wooden work from ‘Proud to Do Business in Westerham’, thanks all involved, and would welcome any volunteer to help care for these beautiful creations and their surrounding habitat – with strimming, weeding and tidying. You can read more about our projects on our page or write in to info@visitwesterham.org.uk


  


Fundraising & Social Events

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Fundraising & Social Events


  • RNLI Concert

    RNLI Welsh Choir and Orpheus
    Sat 26th March St Mary’s Church 7pm
    The Oxted and Westerham Fundraising Branch of the RNLI is delighted to report that the concert raised over £2200 for Lifeboats.  Our great thanks to all the performers and to our audience.      Read our report here 

  • Westerham’s Foodbank

    Westerham Food Bank Appeal: From the Food Bank: thank you to those who continue to donate, and to ‘The Courtyard @ Westerham Hall’ which is supplying free meals to our referrals. Referrals can be made via any of the social services, GP. Many thanks for more donations, anything non-perishable, toiletries and cleaning products.Read More

  • Ask for help, or Volunteer in Westerham

    Ask for help, or volunteer in Westerham? There are various ways forward – Locally, or at Town, District or County level

    Read More

  • Coffee Time

    Every Tuesday 10am in the John Fryth Room.  Read More

  • Tuesday Club

    Normally every Tuesday 2.30pm in Westerham Hall. Cancelled until further notice Bingo and Social Club for senior citizens. Run by local people for the benefit of local people. All are welcome to attend whether you just want to turn up, meet others and play or get involved and help keep this great club going. For more information come along to the hall any Tuesday afternoon. Read More

  • Forget-Me-Not Café

    Third Friday each month 11.00am – 12.30pm in the Congregational Church Hall, Fullers HillRead More


National Trust


  • Chartwell

    chRTWELL(opening times vary) was the much-loved Churchill family home from 1922 and the place from which Sir Winston drew inspiration until the end of his life.Read More

  • Quebec House

    quebecExplore this fascinating house, the childhood home of General James Wolfe. Discover the dramatic battle that won Canada for the British and learn of Wolfe’s tragic death, in our exhibition. Open again from 23rd June 2021Read More

  • Emmetts Garden

    emmetts(open daily from 10am – 5pm) is an Edwardian estate that was owned by Frederic Lubbock, becoming both a plantsman’s passion and a much-loved family home.
    Read More


Sport

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  • Yoga Classes

    Mondays – new term starts 7th January in the John Fryth Hall (St Mary’s Church) Read More

  • Westerham to Chartwell Way-marked Walking Trail

    waymarker3The Westerham Town Partnership, the Squerryes Estate and the National Trust collaborated to sign a way-marked trail between Westerham and Chartwell. The trail covers about two miles, and takes about an hour. Read More

  • Cricket at Limpsfield Chart
    We are a small village club that fields two Saturday teams in the Kent County Village League, a Sunday friendly team and we also have u15s u11s and u8s teams. We take pride in always giving the opposition a good game but more importantly we value friendship, bringing members of the community together and offering a legitimate excuse for not mowing the lawn and putting off the DIY!

    Players of all ages and abilities welcome, the first practice session is free and if you decide to attend two or more we just ask for a one-off £10 donation towards the cost.
    To find out more please contact limpsfieldchartcricketclub@gmail.com

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  • Squerryes weekly Free 5K Timed Park Run

    Every Saturday 9am at Squerryes Winery.   What does it cost to join in? Nothing – it’s free! But please register before your first run, to get a time. Read more about the course here and Register with Parkrun once only, in order to get a time, and bring a printed copy of your barcode – if you forget it, you won’t get a time.Read More

  • Junior Football training

    Open Football training with Westerham FC Juniors, every Saturday 10 – 11am on King George’s Field, Westerham, for girls and boys. School years R, 1 and 2. All abilities welcome, if you’re interested please E westerhamjuniorfc@btinternet.com


Young People

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Young People


  • Churchill School Governor Recruitment

    The Churchill School Governors are seeking someone somebody with Finance experience willing to serve on the Governing Body. Read More

  • RAF Air Cadets

    Are you aged between 12 (school year 8) and 17? Are you interested in making new friends? Are you interested in Aviation? Then the Royal Air Force Air Cadets at Biggin Hill could be for you.Read More

  • Parent & Toddler Group

    A voluntary run playgroup for families with babies and preschool aged children. From 11th January  2022 every Tuesday 9.30 – 11.30 during term time, in the Congregational Church Hall, Fullers Hill.£2.00 per family includes refreshments for all.  Due to the COVID situation at the present time we will be running a booking in system, so if interested please contact Caroline Johnson by text on 07904 916141 so that we can monitor numbers.

  • Scouts seek mini bus funds

    Westerham Scouts has launched a £12,000 appeal to buy a badly needed new 17 seater minibus for outings and camps. Read More

  • Squerryes weekly Free 5K Timed Park Run

    Every Saturday 9am at Squerryes Winery.   What does it cost to join in? Nothing – it’s free! But please register before your first run, to get a time. Read more about the course here and Register with Parkrun once only, in order to get a time, and bring a printed copy of your barcode – if you forget it, you won’t get a time.Read More

  • Junior Football training

    Open Football training with Westerham FC Juniors, every Saturday 10 – 11am on King George’s Field, Westerham, for girls and boys. School years R, 1 and 2. All abilities welcome, if you’re interested please E westerhamjuniorfc@btinternet.com

babyBaby Bounce & Rhyme 9.30 – 10am every Thursday in The Library We need a volunteer to host this. Please contact the library for more information on Westerhamlibrary@kent.gov.uk .


Westerham Youth Club – St George Playing Fields More info…


Monday Morning Play Group term times 10-12pm Congregational Church hall. Just turn up or call 07919488408 for more info.

 


Forest Kindergarten Sevenoaks Enrolling up to September 2020

We are an outstanding forest kindergarten, tots and holiday club based within acres of woodland in Ide Hill near Sevenoaks and Westerham. We cater for 0-10 year olds.. come and visit us to find out more about our adventures! Read more here



Churches


Churches


Café Church at Costa Coffee fourth Sunday of the month 5.15pm Informal afternoon service led by Westerham Congregational Church.



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