22nd September 2022


COUNCIL
 TRANSPORT AND ENVIRONMENT

Walk, cycle, scoot – don’t drive!

Surrey County Council will launch a new campaign on World Car Free Day, 22 September, to encourage residents to change the way they travel to stay healthy, save money and … READ MORE

Surrey Police’s ‘nervy’ moments before Queen’s funeral

NEWS

Surrey Police’s ‘nervy’ moments before Queen’s funeral

Surrey Police chiefs have revealed the “nervy” moments they had ahead of the Queen’s funeral passing through the county. While the operation “went very well” from the force’s perspective, those … READ MORE

New Surrey home for young with mental health needs

COMMUNITY HEALTH

New Surrey home for young with mental health needs

A £10million mental health unit which will allow young people to be treated nearer to home is under construction in Charlwood. The new facility will have 12 beds for young people … READ MORE

If Crossrail 2 came to Epsom……

NEWS TRANSPORT AND ENVIRONMENT

If Crossrail 2 came to Epsom……

Plans were published by Transport for London and Network rail for a north south route running from Wimbledon to New Southgate in the north under the name of Crossrail 2. … READ MORE

The Cost of Spending a Penny

COUNCIL NEWS

The Cost of Spending a Penny

Following the demise of the public toilets on the B290 up on Epsom Downs, The Epsom and Ewell Times reports on the current Council provision of conveniences for the public: … READ MORE

Sluggish Start Fatal For Sutton & Epsom RFC

RUGBY SPORTS

Sluggish Start Fatal For Sutton & Epsom RFC

CAMBERLEY 43 – SUTTON & EPSOM 21, Saturday 17th September. Sutton & Epsom had not played a league fixture at Watchetts Recreation Ground since January 2013. They renewed acquaintances with … READ MORE

From 0-0 draw to 6-1 triumph

FOOTBALL SPORTS

From 0-0 draw to 6-1 triumph

Today we catch up with two match reports for Epsom and Ewell FC courtesy of Richard Lambert. Forest Row 0-0 Epsom & Ewell – abandoned after 82 minutes – Southern … READ MORE

The People of Epsom and Ewell say thank you

NEWS

The People of Epsom and Ewell say thank you

and goodbye to a regular Royal visitor to our Borough.

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