Welcome to Westerham Town Council
Westerham and Crockham Hill covers 5800 acres in the north west corner of Kent bordering Surrey and is part of the historic North Weald and the North Downs way. It has a population of approx. 5000.
The principal town is Westerham which was granted its market charter in 1227. To the south is Crockham Hill leading down towards the Eden valley.
Westerham has maintained its country feel by virtue of the Metropolitan Green Belt act of 1938, designation as an area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and Special Landscape Value.
The most famous native born in Westerham was General James Wolfe and the most famous inhabitant at historic Chartwell was Sir Winston Churchill.
The current Chairman is Alan Wesley and John Bryant is the Vice-Chairman. Please see the site pages for a list of all Councillors and the Committees they are on.
Any Town Councillor can be contacted through the Parish Office on the telephone and email address above.
Key to finding information about Westerham Town Council.
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- Forthcoming meetings are listed in the DIARY DATES webpage.
- Meeting agendas will be attached to the forthcoming meeting entry about a week ahead of the meeting
- Minutes of meetings will be stored in the MINUTES & AGENDAS webpage, after being approved at the subsequent Council meeting.
- News items are listed in the TOWN NEWS webpage. The latest news item can also be located from the top of this Home page
- Frequently Asked Questions are being stored in the FAQs webpage
- Any proposals that the Council is seeking feedback on, from residents and other interested parties, will be listed in the MESSAGE CENTRE webpage.