3rd November 2022

Tasteless Tweeting Councillor loses Tory whip

COUNCIL

Tasteless Tweeting Councillor loses Tory whip

A Horley councillor has lost the Tory whip after posting what his party called “wholly unacceptable and grossly offensive” posts from a now-deleted Twitter account. Surrey County Councillor Andy Lynch was … READ MORE

Trading favours for Epsom’s Foodbank

COMMUNITY COUNCIL FOODBANK

Trading favours for Epsom’s Foodbank

Surrey Trading Standards with Buckingham have donated 1,760 items and over £550 for the Epsom & Ewell Foodbank. The items donated include food, household cleaning supplies, personal care items and … READ MORE

Concerned with driving for ages

COMMUNITY HEALTH VOLUNTEERS

Concerned with driving for ages

Age Concern Epsom and Ewell are fortunate to have many volunteers that give up their time to help provide various services to support members of the older community in the … READ MORE

Fortune Not Favouring The Bold

RUGBY SPORTS

Fortune Not Favouring The Bold

SUTTON & EPSOM 19 OXFORD HARLEQUINS 22 – Sunday 30th October – With the clocks going back in the morning it was the last of the 3pm kick offs before … READ MORE

More cash for Ukraine refugee hosts

COMMUNITY COUNCIL VOLUNTEERS

More cash for Ukraine refugee hosts

Epsom Refugee Network welcomes the promised increase in cash to those local residents who take into their homes individuals and families who have had to flee Ukraine. It is hoped … READ MORE

Another MP challenger out of the blocks

NEWS WESTMINSTER

Another MP challenger out of the blocks

Local Epsom and Ewell Liberal Democrats announce local candidate and former Captain in the Royal Military Police Helen Maguire has been selected as the Liberal Democrat Prospective Parliamentary Candidate for … READ MORE

Emissions a taxing issue for Council

COUNCIL TRANSPORT AND ENVIRONMENT

Emissions a taxing issue for Council

Thursday 27th October’s meeting of Epsom and Ewell’s Licensing Committee was taxed by emission standards for the Town’s black cabs. Over the summer the Council had circulated a draft hackney … READ MORE

Balancing the Borough’s Books

COUNCIL

Balancing the Borough’s Books

Borough budgets are difficult to follow. However, a practice adopted this year presents to Council committees an overview of budget plans. Without savings being made in the budgets for 2023/2024 … READ MORE

Surrey Ambulance employee woes far from over

HEALTH NEWS

Surrey Ambulance employee woes far from over

An NHS chief executive has never in her career seen employee relations cases of the “volume and a complexity” as at her current troubled ambulance trust. South East Coast Ambulance Service … READ MORE

Surrey to SEND £40m for special schools

COUNCIL EDUCATION

Surrey to SEND £40m for special schools

A £40 million project to improve education facilities for some of Surrey’s most vulnerable children has moved to its next stage. Surrey County Council is currently not providing enough spaces … READ MORE

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