Monthly Archive for: ‘August, 2017’

  • Yoga

    Yoga Classes

    Mondays starting from 11th September in the John Fryth Hall (St Mary’s Church)

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  • Westerham’s Future: ‘Which Way Westerham’ and Covers Farm Restoration

    ‘Which Way Westerham’ documents submitted to Sevenoaks District Council deal with the proposals for houses and infrastructure in Westerham. There is a separate set of documentation dealing with a scoping request by Kent County Council, which deals with the restoration of Covers Farm, which would …

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  • Traffic, By-pass and Congestion

    Westerham Town Council and Henry Warde, from Squerryes Estate, working closely with the Town Partnership, Westerham Society and the Residents Association, are consulting with the town, and seeking views on a possible by-pass, which would be funded by new homes.

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  • Planning Applications and Developments

      The Roxhill plan for DPD depot at Moorhouse (Redland Tile) site: Tandridge District Council has had confirmation from the applicants that this application has been withdrawn and will not therefore be reported to the 15 December 2016 planning committee.

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  • Proud to Do Business In Westerham

    The Westerham Town Partnership CIC, which runs the VisitWesterham website, Westerham Kent Facebook, Twitter @visit_westerham & @westerhambiz has invited membership of a group to try to support footfall and the economy of Westerham, ensuring Westerham remains a vibrant town centre to visit, work and shop.

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  • Events 2016/17

      Live on The Green! A series of chilled music afternoons on The Green July 22nd, August 19th and 16th September 2017. And lots more events…. 

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    How Are We Spending Our Money?

    We thought you’d like to know where money (raised from the market, events and Proud to Do Business) is going. We have funded several projects, with more in the pipeline.

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  • Talking Heritage Trail

      Using smartphone technology, the Town Partnership is developing a proposal to make our statues and buildings ‘talk’ and install small plaques to indicate an audiotape.

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  • Haveyoursay

    ‘The Local Plan’ – Issues and Options Consultation by SDC

    Residents in the Sevenoaks District are being urged to have their say on a new Local Plan which will help guide what can be built and what should be protected in the District up until 2035, in what is called the Issues and Options consultation. 

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