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Westerham Town Image Westerham offers a wealth of history: the 13th century Church of St. Mary the Virgin; the churchyard where the author Noel Streatfeild and others of interest are buried; and the neo-classical style Manse and front of the Congregational Church built in 1839. The local library holds historical information.

Visitors can enjoy Squerryes Court, a handsome William and Mary house, the home of the Warde family (lords of the manor). One of the Wardes was the boyhood friend of James, later General, Wolfe who as a child lived at Quebec House (NT). Both places are open seasonally, as is Chartwell House (NT) nearby.

Statues of General Wolfe and Sir Winston Churchill can be seen on the green.

Westerham contains several good restaurants and public houses.

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