WTP Newsletter

Town Partnership NewsletterRead our review of 2021 and some of our plans for the New Year.Click here to see our November 2021 NewsletterClick here to see photo album of Christmas Light Switch-on and St Mary’s Christmas Tree Festival

Christmas Lights

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! 

Social Media and Town Event Promotion

The Town Partnership maintains this website, the Facebook ‘Westerham Kent’ & ‘Westerham Neighbourhood’ @westerhambiz, @visit_westerham Twitter sites, and Street Life profile, using posts to promote events and news in Westerham.

Westerham Website

The Town Partnership, supported by generous volunteers, e-Commerce Specialist Pretty Perfect Group maintains this website.

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.

Events 2018

Beating the Bounds and remembering the 100 years anniversaries of votes for women and the end of WW1 were the highlights of 2018. We also sent hours analysing the various issues raised by the applications by ‘Which Way Westerham’ and the Covers Farm restoration 

Events 2017

  Live on The Green! A series of chilled music afternoons on The Green July 22nd, August 19th and 16th September 2017. Alice’s Eggscellent Adventure Trail and Harvest Hullabaloo Trail and Late Night Shopping were organised by us, too…Rotary Fair is supported and advertised by us, and Beating of the Bounds is organised jointly with the Westerham Society…. and and lots more events over …

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.