The final weekend of July saw Westerham Summer 1914 with events on the Green and around the Town. Claque set up a tent making war horse hats and the Westerham Play committee ran a tombola, both of which raised funds and importantly further interest and support for the play. The weather was everything you would wish for. On the Sunday a parade included Shire horses, a Kent re-enactment regiment, suffragettes, VAD Nurses, the Churchill school and Claque's life sized metal war horse dressed in flags. Alison McKenzie gave a stirring votes for women speech and it was great to see the Create choir in their Edwardian costumes for the first time. for more and a link to some great pictures go to the Westerham Town Website.