The job of the Town Council is to look after the interests of the whole community of Westerham.  This is fulfilled by the Councillors individually and collectively, assisted by the Town Clerk, Deputy Clerk and Assistant Clerk.

The Annual Report aims to outline and review the key events the Council has been involved with during the year. It is presented to members of the public in April at the Annual Town Meeting.

Community Assets

Westerham Town Council provides and maintains a range of important community assets. These are listed below.

  • Allotment Sites: Bloomfield, Currant Hill and Farley
    For more information on Allotments or to rent one click here 
  • Amenity land:  Granville Road
  • Christmas lights:  put up annual in the Town Centre
  • Common land: The Green
  • Gardens: Crockham Hill Village Gardens and Russell House Gardens
  • Litter bins: in the Gardens (see above) and on King George’s Field
  • Play areas:  on King George’s field
  • Public Toilets: On Fullers Hill, Westerham
  • Recreation Grounds: the King George’s Playing Field
  • Benches: in Westerham and Crockham Hill
  • Skate Park : on King George’s Field
  • Streetlights: 176 in Westerham
  • Tennis courts: King George’s Field
  • Youth Club: Westerham Youth Club

WTC is consulted on all planning applications affecting its area and it works with Kent Highway Services on matters affecting roads and pavements in the Town. Crockham Hill War Memorial Playing Field is administered by a Trust funded by WTC. In addition WTC councillors are representatives on a significant number of outside bodies, e.g. Action With Communities in Rural Kent, the Westerham Town Partnership and Business Forum, and the Kent Association of Local Councils.