The 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.
(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.
Explore 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 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.
In this week’s newsletter details of all of our services over the coming week, including our Service for the Fifth Sunday of Easter that will premiere on our YouTube channel tomorrow, Sunday, at 10.30am. You’ll also find detail of the new Faith at Home programme
Westerham Evangelical Congregational Church is an established non-conformist Baptist Church in the centre of Westerham. The Pastor, Phil Sutton, has been the minister since 2008, following his retirement after 34 years with Kent Police.
The Town Partnership works to support the Town Council, which is responsible for the Christmas Lights, to improve our display. We have sponsored most of the eve and gutter lights along the buildings, and you will spot them expanding every year!