Its 13 Councillors work through 5 committees to carry out its responsibilities: the Allotments, Playing Fields and Open Spaces Committee, the Finance and General Purposes Committee, the Highways and Lighting Committee, the Planning and Development Committee and the Youth and Community Committee.

Westerham Hall Quebec Avenue London Road Westerham Kent TN16 1BG

The Westerham Town Partnership, which funded the 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

13 volunteer Councillors are elected every 4 years, 10 represent Westerham, 3 represent Crockham Hill.

It is recorded as early as the 9th century, and was mentioned in the Domesday Book in a Norman form, Oistreham (compare Ouistreham in Normandy, Oistreham in 1086). Hām is Old English for a village or homestead, and so Westerham means a westerly homestead. The River Darent flows through the town, and formerly powered three watermills.

Welcome to Wolfe Westerham Garage, used car dealer in Westerham, Kent.  Wolfe Westerham Garage is a local family run garage, offering a complete service with a close and friendly working relationship with all our customers.

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Interior and exterior scenes for the 2009 BBC mini-series Emma were shot at Squerryes Court with the house appearing as Emma Woodhouse's home Hartfield, while exterior scenes were shot at Chilham, Kent.[2]

This event is organised by the Westerham branch of the RNLI and includes a short film and dinner from The Courtyard. Tickets in advance, £25. Contact John Edwards on grosvenor.house@hotmail.com

This event is organised by the Westerham branch of the RNLI and includes a short film and dinner from The Courtyard. Tickets in advance, £25. Contact John Edwards on grosvenor.house@hotmail.com

Welcome to Hartley Gallery & Gifts at Yew Tree Cottage on The Green. Alan Hartley will sell mainly his own pieces and art/home related gifts. In October he plans to introduce 2 bi-weekly events: Art 4 Kids… A 1 hour art lesson at 10.00am on Saturday mornings for ages 4-11 Drink & Draw… a relaxed wind down art lesson for adults after a long Wednesday at work… bring your own bottle!

This event is organised by the Westerham branch of the RNLI and includes a short film and dinner from The Courtyard. Tickets in advance, £25. Contact John Edwards on grosvenor.house@hotmail.com

News from PSCO Kingscott: crime prevention & tips to prepare for autumn weather Read August News

What we at Wolfe Westerham Garage call the Complete Service:

PUBLIC TRANSPORT Westerham is well served by local buses

Two more medals at 2016 SIBA Competition

Talking Town Heritage Trail: listen on your smartphone to Westerham life in times past!  Three out of the planned 20 sites on the trail are now up and running – James Wolfe aged 14 discussing his new commission with his friend Charles Warde; Grace Hamblin talking about her time as Sir Winston’s P.A. and an elderly Alice Liddell  recalling her youth. Check them out – more to come! A Westerham Town Partnership project.

This event is organised by the Westerham branch of the RNLI and includes a short film and dinner from The Courtyard. Tickets in advance, £25. Contact John Edwards on grosvenor.house@hotmail.com

Westerham was home to Crayford Engineering, a successful car conversion company, from 1962 to the 1980s, working from a workshop at Squerryes Mede.

The Rotary Club of Edenbridge and Westerham Town Quiz Westerham clubs, societies and groups are invited to enter the 2016/17 knockout competition, starting with qualifying rounds in which teams play against one another on a head to head basis in groups of three or four. Read More

During a January 1967 visit to Knole Park in Sevenoaks to shoot a promotional film for Strawberry Fields Forever and Penny Lane, John Lennon stopped at a Westerham antiques shop and purchased a poster for Pablo Fanque's Circus Royal, which later inspired the song, "Being for the Benefit of Mr. Kite!"[4]

This event is organised by the Westerham branch of the RNLI and includes a short film and dinner from The Courtyard. Tickets in advance, £25. Contact John Edwards on grosvenor.house@hotmail.com

This event is organised by the Westerham branch of the RNLI and includes a short film and dinner from The Courtyard. Tickets in advance, £25. Contact John Edwards on grosvenor.house@hotmail.com

Westerham Sea Cadets are holding a Garden Party, Saturday 24th September 2pm -4.30. They are also recruiting. Parade Times are 7 – 9pm at Westerham Drill Hall: Cadets: Every Tuesday and Thursday; Juniors: Every Thursday only; Band Practice Fridays 7 – 9pm. Read more here. or please contact the unit for further information. E: westerhamscc@hotmail.co.uk or phone 01959565006

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Full details of our spaces and hire rates are listed here. If you have any questions or would like to book, please don’t hesitate to contact the Hall Manager.

Westerham Theatre Club is offering 15 months membership for the price of just £5 (£8 for a couple) to the end of 2017. Take advantage of group rates, meet like-minded people, make friends and have fun! Read more about shows on offer at www.westerhamtheatreclub.weebly.com.

The Scout Tea Stall is back at Hosey Hill on Sundays between 2 and 5 pm, selling home-made cakes, teas coffees and cold drinks. All proceeds to Scout funds.

Café Church at Costa Coffee fourth Sunday of the month 5.15pm (not July or August) Informal afternoon service led by Westerham Congregational Church.

This event is organised by the Westerham branch of the RNLI and includes a short film and dinner from The Courtyard. Tickets in advance, £25. Contact John Edwards on grosvenor.house@hotmail.com

Emmetts Garden (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. Outdoor activities including Winnie the Pooh’s trail: for more details see the website.

The Westerham Town Partnership, which funded the 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

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Please visit us soon to try it for yourself!

Westerham is home to a football team, Westerham football club. It was founded in 1888 and has been deeply rooted in football in Kent and Sevenoaks ever since. Located at King George V Playing Fields, they play on Saturday afternoons from September til May.

This event is organised by the Westerham branch of the RNLI and includes a short film and dinner from The Courtyard. Tickets in advance, £25. Contact John Edwards on grosvenor.house@hotmail.com

Alison Burt Bridge Lunch: In memory of Alison, and in aid of Hospice in The Weald, there will be a gourmet bridge lunch at Kippington Hall on Saturday 8th October 10.30am Book a table, chicago or duplicate for £85 For more information please contact Sylvia Tonge 01959 564607 or sylviatonge@gmail.com

Alison Burt Bridge Lunch: In memory of Alison, and in aid of Hospice in The Weald, there will be a gourmet bridge lunch at Kippington Hall on Saturday 8th October 10.30am Book a table, chicago or duplicate for £85 For more information please contact Sylvia Tonge 01959 564607 or sylviatonge@gmail.com

Get fit, learn new skills and meet new friends E: westerhamjuniorfc@btinternet.com to find out more

This event is organised by the Westerham branch of the RNLI and includes a short film and dinner from The Courtyard. Tickets in advance, £25. Contact John Edwards on grosvenor.house@hotmail.com

Westerham’s Foodbank. Particularly needed at this time are tinned fruit , vegetables, jams and marmalade, cooking oils, salt, pepper, sugar and fruit squashes or juices. Also needed are personal toiletries and household cleaning products. All in date and non perishable please! Leave items at The Co-Op, Wolfe Garage, St Mary’s Church or the Council Offices