Quebec House and Chartwell

Inaugural Chartwell Literature Festival

Friday 8th -Sunday 10th September   11.00 – 16.00

“Winston Churchill’s home in Kent was his factory of words. It is therefore fitting that the place that inspired his pen more than any other, is to host the first Chartwell Literature Festival in celebration of his Nobel Prize-worthy words.”  Katherine Carter  National Trust Property Curator at Chartwell

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Battle of Quebec Anniversary

Sat 9th, Sun 10th September  Click here for details

Discover what military life would have looked like at the time, brought to life by the Association of Crown Forces Re-enactment society. Listen to talks about General Wolfe and his role in the Battle of Quebec and experience Georgian cookery, all accompanied by the sound of our piano, as we mark the battle that changed history and claimed James Wolfe’s life.

No admission charge

Quebec House – Westerham Creativity past and present

Saturday September 16th 2pm  on Westerham Green
Sunday September 17th 12.00 to 15.00 in Quebec House

Visitors to Westerham Fayre on the afternoon of Saturday 16th, and to Quebec House at 2pm on Sunday 17th, will be transported back in time with performances of ‘Caught in Conversation, a live performance featuring five stories from almost 200 years of history. Eavesdrop on the conversation between a boy who would grow up the change global history and his mother, and another with the woman who is better known to us all as ‘Alice in Wonderland’.


No admission charge

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