Westerham runs a weekly programme of events and clubs specifically for the older people in the community.
Westerham runs a weekly programme of events and clubs specifically for the older people in the community. Please see the list below for weekly events or visit the links at the bottom of the page for more information.
Coffee Morning at St Mary’s Church 10am-11.30pm. Weekly.
Tuesday Club at Westerham Hall, 2pm-4pm. Bingo starts at 2.30pm. Enjoy a cup of tea, meet friends and have the chance to go on outings. Weekly.
Talk Time lead by Kent County Council (KCC) Community Warden. 10am-11am. Weekly. Have a chat over tea and biscuits. Currently no Warden in Westerham.
Hearing Aid Clinic at Westerham Town Council Office, Russell House (above the doctors surgery) 10am-11.30am on the 3rd Wednesday of each month (No Clinic August).
KCC’s Community Wardens Surgery – currently no Warden in post.
Friday Lunch Club at Westerham Hall, 11.00 – 13.30/14.00pm, on the 2nd Friday of each month. Sponsored by Westerham Town Council and the Co-op. Enjoy a 2 course home-cooked meal, tea and coffee. There is a raffle and a quiz included in the price. Cost £5. Contact the Town council on 01959 562147 to book a place.
Forget me not Café, at the Congregational Church, Fullers Hill, Westerham, 11am-12.30pm on the 3rd Friday of each month. Sponsored by Westerham Town Council in partnership with KCC Community Warden.
Age UK Lunch Club at Westerham Hall, 11.30am- 13.30pm on the last Friday of each month (except August and December). A 2 course lunch is served at 12pm followed by tea and coffee. There is a raffle and a quiz included in the price. Cost £4. Places should be booked prior to the day by contacting Linda Betts Tel: 01959 561302, 07956 430768
For a full list of all clubs, societies and activities in Westerham go the Westerham Town Partnership’s website www.visitwesterham.org.uk
Westerham Hall Address: Quebec Avenue, London Road, Westerham, Kent TN16 1BG, or here on Google maps
Age UK Sevenoaks & Tonbridge have many lunch clubs that are run by volunteers supported by Sevenoaks & Tonbridge age UK 01732 454108