4th July 2024

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NEWS WESTMINSTER

May our hustings make up your mind?

May our hustings make up your mind?

Epsom and Ewell Times staged a six election candidate Parliamentary hustings at the Adrian Mann Theatre, NESCOT in Ewell on Wednesday 26th June. With every seat in the 230 seat … READ MORE

COUNCIL EDUCATION FINANCES

The cost of sending pupils to school

The cost of sending pupils to school

Surrey County Council (SCC) has been ordered to pay out £1,500 by the social care ombudsman for a ‘service failure’ in defaulting its legal duty to provide SEND transport to … READ MORE

COMMUNITY VOLUNTEERS

Scoutabout success for Surrey

Scoutabout success for Surrey

More than 6,000 Scouts and Guides and adults from Surrey enjoyed an action-packed weekend of activities over the weekend of 28th to 30th June 2024. Scouts, Guides, and adults from Epsom & Ewell … READ MORE

COUNCIL EDUCATION

Epsom library to lend an ear on changes

Epsom library to lend an ear on changes

Epsom Library is being transformed as part of Surrey Libraries modernisation programme and residents are invited to drop in to give their views at the library on Tuesday 9th July from … READ MORE

ARTS CULTURE

Northern Lights up Epsom

Northern Lights up Epsom

At their “Mass in Blue” concert Saturday 29th June, St Martins Church, Epsom, the Epsom Chamber Choir succeeded once again in enhancing their reputation for exciting performances of adventurous programmes. … READ MORE

HORSE RACING SPORTS

Epsom Downs Summer season race tips

Epsom Downs Summer season race tips

The Summer Season kicks off at Epsom Downs on Wednesday evening with a competitive six-race card for punters heading to the track.  Racing gets underway at 6.20pm with a seven-runner … READ MORE

COMMUNITY LOCAL HISTORY

10,000 mile pilgrimage to Epsom

10,000 mile pilgrimage to Epsom

John Bates, grandson of Beatrice Bates, travelled over 10,000 miles from Australia to Horton Cemetery in Epsom to pay his respects to Beatrice. His grandmother is one of 9000 buried … READ MORE

NEWS POLICING

Sick “jokes” end trainee PC’s career

Sick “jokes” end trainee PC’s career

A Surrey trainee police officer, who ‘joked’ he would rape a domestic abuse victim, has been sacked from Surrey Police. PC Samuel Wilton, a trainee officer since 2023, admitted gross … READ MORE

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