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Wonderfully wild woodland - Westerham

Circular walks along the Greensand Way
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Difficulty: Moderate
Length: 5 miles
Duration: 1-3 hours

Overview : 
A 5 mile from the interesting village of Westerham.

Take time out to savour the seasonal colours and scents of these hilltop... more »


  • Bluebells and rhododendrons in Spring; sweet chestnuts and fungi in Autumn

  • Moss and lichen

  • Bats at dusk

  • A rare 14th century wooden spiral staircase in the tower of St Mary's Church, Westerham

  • Chartwell, once home to Sir Winston Churchill
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Location: Westerham
Distance: 5 miles (8km)
Time: allow 3 hours
Explorer map: 147
Terrain: Muddy, mainly woodland paths, some steep... more »

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Points of Interest

1. Winston Churchill

The Statue of Winston Churhill situated on the Green at Westerham was sculpted by Oscar Newman. The Croation sculptor also made the Statue of Churchill housed at the House of Commons.

A beautiful 17th century manor house surrounded by attractive parkland gardens.

Winston Churchill was so attached to the home that he had created at Chartwell that he said: "I love this place - a day away from Chartwell is a day wasted."

This National Trust property is the childhood home of General James Wolfe, victor of the Battle of Quebec.

Why not discover this intimate 18th-century family home and pretty garden.