Our Users

The following groups, organisations and enterprises are all regular users of Westerham Hall and welcome new people. If you are interested in joining them, please contact them direct.
For contact details and more information, simply click opposite on the organisation in which you are interested.

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Age Concern

Antonia Boyle Yoga

Body Control Pilates Classes

Body Control Pilates Certified Teacher

Pilates offers a form of exercise for the entire body. Emphasis is on gentle stretching and toning whilst strengthening core stability and improving posture.

We are at Westerham Hall on Tuesday Mornings:

  • 9:30-10:30: Intermediate
  • 10:45-11:45: Beginners

Classes are pre-paid in half termly blocks and cost £8.50 per session.

One-on-one sessions are available by arrangement either at Westerham Hall or in your own home.

For further information on availability of spaces, enrolment procedure, term times etc. please contact Eden Summers on 07984 782122 or edenpilates@aol.com.

Cancer UK

The Fleapit Cinema Club

The Fleapit Cinema Club

Welcome to The Fleapit Cinema Club – the home for everyone who enjoys watching great films in good company. Based at Westerham Hall in Westerham, we have modern projection equipment, a 24′ screen (larger than many multiplexes), a licensed bar and fabulous ice creams!

The Fleapit welcomes everyone. Membership covers admission to every screening that season – nothing more to pay unless you fancy a drink or an ice cream.

From Season 18, starting in September 2014, Memberships costs will be:

  • Annual Individual Membership – £35 – Concession (student/senior citizen) – £30
  • Annual Family Members – £65 – Concession (student/senior citizen) £55

A Family Membership covers two or more adults and/or children living at the same address.

Members may bring guests – £4 per guest per screening.

For more information, please visit www.facebook.com/fleapit or www.fleapit.info. If you would like to be added to the mailing list for Season 18, please send your e-mail address to manager@fleapit.info.

Hospice in the Weald – Westerham Friends Group

Hospice in the Weald

We organise fundraising in Westerham for the Hospice in the Weald.

Chairman: Margaret Robertson mrsmrobertson@aol.com
Publicity: Alison Burt alison@cherrytc.co.uk

Keep Fit

Line Dancing

Merry-Go-Round and Spring House Children’s Centres

Sure Start Children's Centres

Spring House

Merry-Go-Round and Spring House Children’s Centres bring together services for families with children aged 5 and under to support parents in giving children the best start in life.

You can find us at Westerham Hall:

  • 1st and 3rd Wednesday of each month (10.00-12.00) for the stay and play session alongside the Child Health Clinic.
  • 2nd and 4th Wednesday of each month (10.00-11.15) for Jumping Beans stay and play.

Just drop in and join us!

Spring House Children’s Centre, Hospital Road, Sevenoaks, Kent, TN13 3PT
01732 465539

National Chrysanthemum Society



Sing Rainbows

Sing Rainbows

Sing Rainbows music and movement classes is an exciting music course for children aged 3 months to 7 years. Classes provide a carefully structured balance of activities designed to stimulate and aid development. Many colourful props are used throughout all classes; such as, maracas, bells, claves, percussion instruments, coloured scarves, bean bags, pompoms, balls etc.

Please contact Helena Craig BA PGTC LTCL (Mus Ed) to book your place.
Mob: 07905 750966

Stragglers Social Club


Tuesday Club

Weight Watchers

Mondays 6:30 – 10:00

Westerham Amateur Dramatic Society

Westerham Amateur Dramatics Society

The Westerham Amateur Dramatic Society (WADS) is approaching its centenary and continues to put on a broad range of plays and shows – from Chekov to pantomime, modern drama to Victorian Music Hall. Whether you are interested in appearing on stage or joining in behind the scenes, we promise you a warm welcome to this friendly society. And if you would like to direct – great!

We have recently launched Studio WADS to extend the Society’s repertoire and activity through small-scale performances outside of our two main annual productions. Studio performances could include:

  • A reading or performance of any play – from scripts or books down
  • A themed reading from plays, poetry and/or prose
  • A ‘bring your favourite piece’ evening
  • Radio and TV scripts
  • Performances/readings of work written by Members

We also have a thriving youth group – WADS Youth – which welcomes all youngsters aged 10-18.

Interested? Please contact Sally Boulton, Membership Secretary on 01732 863854.

Westerham Baby Clinic

Westerham Branch of the Kent Beekeepers’ Association (KBKA)

Westerham Branch of the Kent Beekeepers' Association

We are about 50 members interested in bees and beekeeping mainly in an area within 5 miles of Westerham.

We meet during the winter months in Westerham Hall for lectures by visiting specialists and our own members. During the active beekeeping season we meet for demonstrations by experienced beekeepers in our members’ apiaries.

If you are interested in bees or beekeeping you are welcome to attend any of our meetings. For details please contact our secretary, Jane Skinner on 01732 864916 or jane.oakfieldfarm@btinternet.com for details of the programme and where we meet. For more information about our Association please visit our web site at http://www.kentbee.com/westerham.

Westerham Fine Arts Society

Westerham Fine Arts Society

We arrange Cultural Visits and Gallery Group Outings for our members in addition to our monthly Lectures. We provide a focus locally for people to share and enjoy an interest in the Arts and are independent of NADFAS.

The Society meets on the first Wednesday of every month in Westerham Hall in Quebec Avenue. Lectures and events cover all aspects of art and architecture, ceramics, glass, silver, furniture, tapestry, photography, gardens and historic houses.

The Bar opens at 7.30pm and talks start at 8pm.

Please contact the Secretary Mrs Lyn Worrall on 01959 569895. There is an annual subscription of £30 (for 11 lectures) or £50 per couple. Outings and visits are charged separately. Guests are made most welcome – paying £4 on the door.

Westerham Inner Wheel Club

Westerham Inner Wheel Club

We are part of the International Rotary Family and meet on the 3rd Tuesday of the month at 6.30 in Westerham Hall. We are closed during August and December.

We value friendship and work hard for our chosen charities, locally, nationally or internationally but also enjoy ourselves socially. Friendship with service while helping those less fortunate than oneself are the qualities that truly reflect a typical Inner Wheel Member. If you want to meet up with other like-minded women, why not come to one of our meetings – you’ll receive a very warm welcome.

Westerham Society

Westerham Spiritualist Centre

Sundays 6-10

Westerham U3A

Westerham U3A

The Westerham U3A is for everyone in Westerham and surrounding areas in their ‘Third Age’ – retired/no longer in full time work.

Membership costs £20.00 p.a. and offers chances to learn for fun, discover and share skills, interests and experiences and meet new people in a friendly environment.

To find out more, come along to one of our monthly meetings, held on the second Thursday of each month, from 2 to 4 p.m. at Westerham Hall.

Joining could not be simpler. For more information or to obtain a Membership Application Form, email westerhamu3a@hotmail.co.uk, call 01959 562274 or write to the Membership Secretary at Fiddlers Field, Croydon Road, Westerham TN16 1TX.

Wolfe Society

The Women’s Institute

The Women's Institute

Women’s Institute meets on the 3rd Wednesday monthly at 7.45pm. Each month we have a visiting speaker and cover a wide variety of topics from the history of fingerprints to carriage driving and enjoy outings to the theatre, cinema and pub lunches.

For more details please contact Mary Digby on 01959 561279 or email to marydigby@googlemail.com.
WI Central Office: www.thewi.org.uk

Workers Education Association