29th September 2022

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Epsom Advice Bureau Board boost before bad times

COMMUNITY VOLUNTEERS

Epsom Advice Bureau Board boost before bad times

Four new trustees have joined Citizens Advice Epsom & Ewell’s (CAEE) Board to guide and leadthe charity as it approaches what will undoubtedly be a very difficult winter. Peter Edwards, … READ MORE

Epsom and Ewell not stung by this Surrey debt scandal

COUNCIL

Epsom and Ewell not stung by this Surrey debt scandal

Three Surrey councils are owed a total of £30million by a council which has seen the government intervene in its borrowing problems. The government announced this month that after “serious … READ MORE

Council’s memorial benches to Co-Vid victims

COMMUNITY COUNCIL

Council’s memorial benches to Co-Vid victims

Epsom & Ewell Borough Council is installing 14 memorial benches across the Borough to commemorate all the lives lost in the Covid-19 pandemic. Metal benches have been placed at Alexandra Recreations … READ MORE

Away win for Epsom and Ewell FC

FOOTBALL SPORTS

Away win for Epsom and Ewell FC

Godalming Town 1-3 Epsom & Ewell FC. Tuesday 27th. After a ten day break, a strong Salts line up had to work extremely hard to secure victory at Weycourt on … READ MORE

Strengthening Epsom’s Seniors

COMMUNITY NEWS

Strengthening Epsom’s Seniors

Epsom Strength and Balance is celebrating five years of helping seniors in the local community stay stronger and keep upright longer.  Karen Williamson changed career to one in the fitness industry … READ MORE

Surrey Art for Ukraine

ARTS COMMUNITY

Surrey Art for Ukraine

ShedArt Gallery will be painting for Epsom based Surrey Stands With Ukraine during Mole Valley Arts Alive in October. There will be paintings of sunflowers and other subjects in different … READ MORE

Epsom Beavers away in Surrey woods

COMMUNITY VOLUNTEERS

Epsom Beavers away in Surrey woods

Beavers and adults from 8th/14th Epsom (Air Scouts) and 3rd Epsom (St Martins) joined over 400 Beavers and leaders from other Surrey Scout groups. Beavers Go Wild is an overnight … READ MORE

Epsom’s rugby team beat Brighton

RUGBY SPORTS

Epsom’s rugby team beat Brighton

SUTTON & EPSOM 42 – BRIGHTON 24. Saturday 24th September. Rugby returned to Rugby Lane, Epsom on Saturday after a temporary weather induced hiatus. Brighton arrived on the back of … READ MORE

Painting the Town Purple against Polio

COMMUNITY HEALTH VOLUNTEERS

Painting the Town Purple against Polio

The Rotary Club of Epsom will mark historic progress toward a polio-free world while urging the community to help end the paralyzing disease. On Saturday 22nd October 2022 Epsom Rotary … READ MORE

Ukrainian refugees made welcome by King’s rep.

ARTS COMMUNITY NEWS

Ukrainian refugees made welcome by King’s rep.

Vice Lord Lieutenant of Surrey Sir Stephen Lamport came to Epsom Saturday 24th September. Addressing an audience in Epsom Methodist Church he condemned the aggression of Russian President Putin. He … READ MORE

ARTS NEWS

Gabriel Lachin trio perform Epsom 20.09.2022

Piano jazz cabaret in Epsom

Jazz pianist Gabriel Latchin’s Trio performed in the Oaks Room (Conservative Club, Church St Epsom) on Tuesday last. The ever-growing Epsom Jazz Club audience were thrilled with the booking. The … READ MORE

Bloom awards for Epsom and Ewell

COMMUNITY

Bloom awards for Epsom and Ewell

It has been announced yesterday that Epsom & Ewell have both won silver in the annual South & South East in Bloom competition. Stoneleigh was awarded a commendation in this … READ MORE

County Town to charge congestion?

COUNCIL TRANSPORT AND ENVIRONMENT

County Town to charge congestion?

Not an Epsom and Ewell report but Guildford’s ambitions may signal a local future? [Ed.] Congestion charge could be coming to Guildford as the council looks at ways to reduce … READ MORE

Improving local voter access

COUNCIL ELECTIONS

Improving local voter access

A review of all polling districts and polling places in Epsom & Ewell is taking place following the recent boundary review by the Local Government Boundary Commission. The purpose of … READ MORE

Families ‘in limbo’ as SCC fails on school transport

COUNCIL NEWS

Families ‘in limbo’ as SCC fails on school transport

Nearly 150 families have been left “in limbo” and facing additional stress without school transport as Surrey County Council deals with more than 500 applications. The authority said “urgent” steps … READ MORE

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