Wellers Town is actually a very small hamlet on the road from Chiddingstone to Chiddingstone Hoath. The cottages were built in the 1750s by two parishioners George and Thomas Weller, who were a tailor and blacksmith who turned their hand to inn keeping. They were obviously successful as their earnings paid for the building of these cottages.
This poor scan was found on the internet and depicts a card posted in 1907 published by W C Lawrence of Tonbridge. The view is looking down the road to Chiddingstone.
Scanned antique postcard
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