|Doomesday Page showing Westerham or Oisterham|
|Chartwell as seen from back garden|
I was pleased to observe that the Chartwell fish pond was still full of goldfish and I saw, by the side of the fishpond, the chair in which Churchill would relax while watching and feeding the goldfish. Churchill loved goldfish.
|Churchills goldfish pond|
|Churchill building his brick wall in the garden|
|Churchills statue in Westerham|
|Quebec House in Westerham|
|Maj General James Wolfe|
|Maj Gen James Wolfe’s statue in Westerham|
The night before Wolfe left Westerham for the last time to sail to Canada, he stayed at The George and Dragon. This is a 16th century coaching inn in the center of Westerham, which Pat and I much enjoyed visiting. So there it is. Westerham, a little town, hardly big enough for the home of one national hero, finds itself with two.
This piece, written by Bob, was originally posted on our website on June 22, 2010.