Westerham Ramblers – 70s saunter

Sunday 21st July 11am. We meet at Shoreham (Kent) Station Car Park (click here for directions) A walk from Shoreham to Lullingstone Park where we will take refreshments at the visitors centre before retracing our steps.

Westerham Theatre Goers Club

Thursday 25th July 3.00pm Nigel Slater’s ‘Toast’ at The Other Palace Theatre. If you’d like to join  the mailing list, do check out our website and enjoy a full year’s membership for just £5 p.a. (£8 for a couple)

Lunch Club – Age UK

Friday 26th July 11.30am – 1.30pm in Westerham Hall. 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 

WADS’ auditions (A Christmas Carol……Gone Wrong……!)

Wednesday 31st July 8pm in Westerham Hall. Performance dates 4th – 7th December. To kick off our Centenary year we are excited and delighted to be joined by our friends from over the hill – CHIPS! The WADS/CHIPS collaboration will stage a mad-cap production of that Dickens’ seasonal classic…

U3A Coffee Mornings & Open Meetings 

Monday 5th August 10.30am Coffee Morning in the Grasshopper on The Green OR Thursday 12th September 2pm in Westerham Hall. Talk by Ian Bevan – ‘From Nell Gwynne to Willy Wonka’  are assured of a warm reception at our OMs – non-members are welcome on up to three occasions. There is no charge, but a voluntary donation of £1 is requested …

The Friday Lunch Club

Friday 9th August 11.30am – 1.30pm in Westerham Hall, for seniors and those less able. 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 562147

The W.I.

Wednesday 21st August 7.30pm Talk by Sue Hollings ‘It’s all greek to me’ We are welcoming new members 🙂 

Westerham Fine Arts Society Talk

Wednesday 4th September 7.30pm in Westerham Hall. “The Elgin Marbles: A History of Meaning” In the two centuries since they were removed from the Parthenon by Lord Elgin the meaning significance of the “Elgin Marbles” has changed dramatically.  This lecture by Alan Read, looks at the response to them over their time in Britain, from the original controversy over their purchase …

Westerham Local Vocals

Wednesday 4th September 8pm in The John Fryth Room. Join us for the new Autumn term, all welcome! 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 Society Talk

Friday 13th September 7.30pm in Westerham Hall A presentation by Ann Lovelace on the inspiring work of the Orpheus Centre, an independent specialist college in Godstone. The Centre focuses on developing independent skills and confidence of young people between 18 and 25 with learning and/or physical disabilities.