Category Archive for: ‘News’

  • Emmetts

    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.

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  • St Marys

    St Mary’s Church

    In this week’s newsletter an invitation to Messy Nativity on 9th December, a lovely service for children and adults alike, some words of thanks from the Food Bank and details of Christmas services in the next week 

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  • Congegational

    Congregational Church

    Café Costa Sunday 27th January 5.15pm An informal time of worship led by the Congregational Church, suitable for all ages, all are welcome.

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  • St John The Baptist Catholic Church

    See more at Westerham Catholic website

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  • Winston

    Talking Town Heritage Trail

    Listen on your smartphone to Westerham life in times past!

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    LORRYwatch Volunteers Wanted!

    Full training given. Contact the Council T: 01959562147 E: office@westerhamtowncouncil.gov.uk

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  • Defib

    A Second Defibrillator

    has been installed in the Town on the wall of the Westerham Sports Association building on King George’s Field, Westerham to add to the one outside NISA.

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  • Sevenoaks Greensand Commons Consultation

    Sevenoaks District Council is working with Kent Wildlife Trust and local councils has secured funding from the Heritage Lottery Fund to develop a larger project proposal to encourage more people to enjoy the Commons and to improve them.

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    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 in 2018 we also have an u14s and u10s team. We take pride in always giving the opposition a good game but more …

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  • Les Parisiennes

    Westerham Fine Arts Society

    Wednesday 12th December – (2nd Wednesday) ‘A History of Christmas Traditions’ Talk given by Imogen Corrigan What’s behind the Wassail and why do we kiss under the mistletoe and let loose women into York at Christmas? Every family hones its own traditions – but mainly they are built …

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