Association of Ewell Downs Residents
Non Political, Founded 1926
The Eighty Fourth Annual General Meeting
Will be held at
WALLACE FIELDS JUNIOR SCHOOL in the Year 6 Classroom
7.30pm on Wednesday 6 March 2019
GUEST SPEAKER – Inspector Joe Easterbrook and/or
Sergeant James Dawborn of Surrey Police
Apologies for absence
Minutes of the Eighty Third AGM held on 10 April 2018
Statement of Accounts
Report from the Committee
Election of Officers, Committee and Examiner of Accounts
Future Finances and subscriptions
Adoption of Prospective Candidates for Election to the Borough Council on 2 May 2019
Any Other Business
The Officers and Committee would be delighted to welcome you at the Annual General Meeting – an excellent opportunity to meet your neighbours, committee members and Councillors informally. Refreshments will be provided from 7.10pm.
The membership subscription of £3.00 per household is now due. These subscriptions, whilst small, are critical as our costs continue to rise, so please pass your subscription, in the envelope provided, to your Road Representative, pay on-line. (See Treasurer’s Report for further information). (Residents in St James’ Avenue make a bulk payment through their Association).
It’s AGM time again when we like to invite residents to come and join us for an evening of information on what is happening in our area and around – and perhaps have a glass of wine in the process! We were indeed delighted to see some new faces last year and hope that many more of you will come along and support us. We are again holding our AGM at Wallace Fields Junior School but, as the Hall is now frequently booked, this will be in one of the classrooms of the Year 6 block to the right of the main building. Again the school playground will be available for parking and the back gate will be open, especially for us, to make the venue as accessible as possible.
More and more of you have been receiving our “almost monthly” bulletins, keeping recipients as up to date as possible on local issues. We now send these out to over 375 residents. The fact that people are putting their email addresses on the green subscription envelopes has greatly helped to increase this number. However for those who have not yet requested this to be emailed here is a round-up of some of the issues that we have been involved with since our Autumn Newsletter, and some current ones.
liaising with our Councillors following further reports of drug dealing and indeed criminal damage to a house on St Normans Way on the pathway leading from the Reigate Road to Ewell East Railway Station – this is an ongoing matter
encouraging residents to put forward their views on the five Surrey County Council consultations regarding Family Resilience – Children’s Centres; Concessionary Bus Travel; Community Recycling Centres; Libraries and Cultural Services Strategy and SEND Strategy. Now closed.
publicising the Future 40 Consultation – asking people what they want the Borough to be like to 2040 and beyond. Now closed, but well supported and the initial feedback has shown that the people of Epsom and Ewell really value the borough being a clean, green and safe place; with so much to offer within easy reach and its convenient location to nearby London and areas of outstanding natural beauty.
advising on Plan E improvement works on South Street and the Market Place
advising residents of current planning applications in our area and throughout the Borough and supporting or opposing these as requested – an update of current applications follows.
continued pressing for maintenance of the beds at the new Reigate Road roundabout, responsibility for which has not yet passed to SCC
These are just a few of the items included in our bulletins. We also publicise local events, such as the Methodist Church Book Fair, the Heathrow consultation, fund raising events for Age Concern and many others.
Even if you do not get our bulletins, these are published on our web site www.ewelldownsra.org and on our Facebook page – Association of Ewell Downs Residents. We have Graham Morris to thank for his help with the emails and publications.
Our Councillors are very up front about information on issues concerning Ewell Downs and we thank them for attending our committee meetings and their input. Our Road Stewards – well what can one say – they do a sterling job. Thank-yous go to Graham Evans, who looked after Longdown Lane North for many years, and to Raul Dias who is taking the post over. We are still looking for someone in Hampton Grove and also Sycamore Gardens so if you live there and can help, please let us know on firstname.lastname@example.org. Your help is invaluable. We are so grateful to you.
Finally, why not come and join our committee? We welcome Steve Whiteway who has joined us this year but we need more bodies. We only meet a few times a year at Nescot so why not come along to see how we operate and how you can get involved. Committee dates are on the next page and meetings are held at Nescot at 7.30pm.
Audited accounts for the year ending 31 December 2018 are attached to this newsletter. These show that subscriptions received in 2018 were again down on the previous year: £969.39 compared to £1,157.59 in 2017. As far as expenses were concerned there were decreases in AGM expenses and printing costs as a result of our economies (despite the extra number of newsletters printed for Sycamore Gardens’ residents) but the hire of rooms went up. Our contribution to election expenses for the By Election was quite high. I am sorry to say the final result is an increased deficit – £407.71 compared to £96.39 in 2016.
Please can I encourage residents, especially those who receive the Bulletins, to pay their annual subscription.
There are several ways of doing this:–
put £3.00 in the green envelope provided and pass this to your designated road representative (don’t forget to add your email address so you can receive the bulletin)
pay by online banking – bank details are: Account Name – Association of Ewell Downs Residents; sort code – 20-29-90; account no. 50126071 giving your name, house number, road and post code as the reference
Thank you. I would also like to thank Keith Boyce for examining the accounts. I am most grateful to him.
DATES FOR COMMITTEE MEETINGS 2019 – 2020
Committee meetings will be held at Nescot College at 7.30pm on the following Tuesdays:
2019 14th May, 23rd July, 17th September,19th November
2020 14th January
ABOUT THE ASSOCIATION
The aim of the Association is to protect and enhance the interests of residents. Our primary concerns centre on planning, traffic, security and other topics which directly affect our area. To this end, we maintain regular contact with our Councillors who also attend our Committee meetings. Planning applications affecting our area are monitored and, where appropriate, or at the request of residents, we make our views known and elicit support. A regular Bulletin is circulated by email to all those who request it. This keeps residents informed of what is happening in the location and surrounding areas.
Other activities include sponsoring our Residents’ Association election candidates, helping to prepare manifestos and knocking on as many doors as possible at local election time. For the delivery of election manifestos and of our twice yearly newsletters, we rely on the vital services of our Road Representatives, who also provide indispensable communication lines. To keep in touch with Borough-wide issues, Committee members also attend, as appropriate, meetings of other bodies such as the SCoRA (Standing Committee of Residents Associations) and other local groups.
FOR NEW RESIDENTS
All residents are eligible to join. If they subsequently have any problems or concerns, we ask that these should first be taken up with the Borough or County Council as appropriate. If you are not satisfied with the response, please approach your Road Representative, Councillor, or Committee member. Our aim is to assist as best we can.
SCC LOCAL COMMITTEE MEETINGS 2019
SCC meetings are open to the public and have been arranged for the following dates:
25th March, 24th June, 16th September (at 7 pm), 9th December (at 2pm)
Various venues including Bourne Hall, Ewell Court House and Town Hall
12 Longdown Lane North – (18/01055/FUL) – the amended plan to the previously refused application to build a 4 bed detached house on land adjacent to no. 12 Longdown Lane North, details of which were in our last bulletin. We are informed that this has been permitted subject to conditions.
Young Farmers Hut – (18/00850/FUL) – this application for the reconstruction/re-cladding of a former Young Farmers Club hut at North Looe to change of use from club hut to artist’s studio has been approved. One of the conditions of approval is that the sole purpose of this building – on Green Belt land – is an artist’s studio and, we have been advised, that it cannot be lived in. I am sure that the residents of North Looe will also be monitoring this closely.
South Hatch Stables – ( 18/00308/FUL) – the application for the demolition of the existing Racehorse Training Establishment (RTE) and the erection of a new RTE comprising a main yard stable complex and facilities enabling residential development comprising 47 apartments is causing great controversy and there have been many objections. This has been referred for legal advice and awaits a decision.
Lower Mill Ewell – (18/00865/LBA) – the application for demolition of existing office building and redevelopment to provide 53 extra-care apartments with associated facilities (within Class C2), including conversion and alteration of the Grade II Listed Mill House and Granary Buildings, with parking, access, landscaping and other associated works has been referred to the Planning Committee.
The Kings Arms pub in East Street – (18/00315/FUL) – the amended drawings submitted have included the separation of the building into two blocks, connected by a glazed link , articulation of the street-facing elevation, addition of a partially set-back fourth floor and inclusion of a lift and increase in number of flats from 16 to 21. This is being called to committee.
Lidl – 65 London Road – (18/00573/FUL) – revised application for supermarket with reduced size and no houses on the old Organ & Dragon site is scheduled for the Planning Committee meeting in February. The same traffic issues are anticipated – there are many objections and it is understood that it is not supported by the Highways Department. Currently up to 50,000 car journeys a day cross the junctions on London Road, 36,000 on the Cheam Road and 42,000 on the Reigate Road!
Langley Vale Memorial Woodland – creation of a permanent car park with facilities etc and erection of a visitors’ centre and associated infrastructure in relation to Langley Vale Wood – this is under negotiation with related boroughs, namely Mole Valley and Reigate and Banstead.
Downs House Walton Road – this is an application for the racehorse training yard redevelopment under 18/00288/FUL. It has been approved.
Mill Road – 18/00271/FUL – the application for residential development comprising 31 units with associated landscaping, parking and external works was approved at the December Planning Committee meeting.
Police Station site in Church Street – (17/01586/FUL) application for the demolition of the former police station, and the erection of two residential blocks comprising a total of 29 residential units (11x1bed, 14 x2 bed and 4×3 bed), with associated car parking and landscaping. As a major planning application, this will go to committee.
Old Mill, Old Malden Lane Worcester Park – (18/01430/FUL) application for the demolition of existing buildings, and erection of 80 new dwellings with access, associated parking and landscaping works. There are concerns that Old Malden Lane is an ancient narrow and twisting rural lane without pavements which cannot support a greater volume of traffic and the site borders the Hogsmill Open Space and Nature Reserve.
Land at Epsom and Ewell High School, Ruxley Lane, West Ewell – (18/01360/FUL) a major planning application for the demolition of existing classroom buildings, MUGA and sports hall; and construction of a two storey classroom block, 3G Full Size AGP Pitch, compact athletics facility, Hockey Plus AGP, sports pavilion, sports hall, grass surface pitches, grounds maintenance compound, footbridge, fencing, floodlights and associated ground works, construction of new car park and access for school sports facilities; and erection of 161 dwellings including associated parking, landscaping, open space and infrastructure works. Do go and look at this one.
Housing and the Green Belt – The Council continues to work on the review of the Borough’s Local Plan. This has to take account of the latest National Planning Policy Framework and the Office for National Statistics’ (ONS) objectively assessed housing needs (OAHN) for the borough. The OAHN had been set at 579 dwellings per year, but the ONS has now re-calculated the OAHN at 372. However, the Government is insisting that we continue to plan for 579, a daunting task. The Council continues to look at opportunities for housing land supply. It has a responsibility to look at all land availability and has an on-going call-for-sites so that it can identify areas that might be available for housing and eliminate those that are not. The independent Green Belt Study for the borough looked at whether our Green Belt and some other local open spaces were performing well and so needed to be protected. It concluded that nearly every such space was completely fulfilling the criteria to be called Green Belt. This is a good safeguard against future development.
Surrey County Council cuts affecting the Borough Council – All Local Authorities are facing ongoing significant Government imposed financial reductions. The Conservative controlled County Council is meeting this challenge by proposing cutting services to some of our most vulnerable residents and by reducing other services which have a negative financial impact on other councils and local voluntary groups. While they claim to be saving money, they are actually forcing the costs onto others, including this Borough Council.
Action on Enforcement 2 – In November the Borough Council’s Environmental Health Team joined Epsom and Ewell Beat (Surrey Police), the Environment Agency and the Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency in an unannounced vehicle check. As part of a strategy to address fly tipping, the EHT focussed on vehicles that were likely to carry waste or waste materials, to check that they were lawfully transporting waste. 33 vehicles were examined and 10 notices were issued requiring production of written information, and a further 17 notices requiring production of a licence to transport waste. Failure to produce documentation will result in a fine. Given the success of this initiative, the agencies are looking forward to conducting similar days of action across the borough in the near future.
DATES FOR YOUR DIARY
Age Concern – Comedy @ The College is back on Friday 22 February 2019
7.30pm, Epsom College. Book on 01372 732 451 or online at ComedyAtTheCollege2019.
Epsom Book Fair – 21 – 23 February at Epsom Methodist Church. Visit epsom-book-fair for details.
Herald of Spring – Bourne Hall – Herald of Spring ‘Superheroes’ 2019 – Saturday 9 March – 9.30am to 5pm – beautiful floral displays and a show garden from Ashtead Park Garden Centre along with the Mayday Flower Club, and shows by local countryside groups! You can visit the What’s On In Epsom Spring Market with arts, crafts and jam or enjoy some tea and cake in the Coffee Shop.
The Great Brick Safari – RHS Garden Wisley, Woking – on now until 3 March from 10m – 15.45pm.
DO YOU SEE YOURSELF AS A SCHOOL GOVERNOR AT WALLACE FIELDS JUNIOR SCHOOL
“We have some vacancies for school governors at Wallace Fields Junior School and would really like local people to get involved in the governance of our school. As a local authority school we strongly welcome community governors, so perhaps you know someone who might enjoy this role. It is a rewarding and fulfilling role that truly links the local area with us here at Wallace Fields Juniors. If you see yourself making an active contribution to the school why not contact the school office to let us know of your interest. For an informal chat, please telephone 0208 393 0350 and speak to either Mrs Linda Boddy (Office Administrator) or Mrs Day (Deputy Head). We would be delighted to hear from you.”
I am sure you will agree that Wallace Fields Junior School, its teachers and pupils, form an important part of our community.
East Street – at the Local Committee Meeting in December the sum of £100,000 was approved for work to the area outside the parade of shops by the Kiln Lane junction which is causing terrible traffic problems on East Street. This is to be part of the 2019/2020 budget but as yet we have no information on when the work will be done!
South Street – the phasing of the traffic lights to ease the flow from the Dorking Road into Epsom has been done but there are still queues here. BT has still not completed the fine tuning required to ensure traffic runs smoothly. BT also needs to do the work on the Kiln Lane traffic lights to get the correct flow of traffic.
Reigate Road – there is a chance that the previously proposed traffic island on the Reigate Road by Priest Hill Close could be back on the agenda. Plans for this are to be resubmitted.
Town Centre – the work on the market place for which Epsom & Ewell BC have contributed £2.25 million to SCC to get it completed, will start soon. SCC advises
“The Market will remain open throughout the project and we will seek to ensure the smooth running of the Market and the adjoining businesses during these works. To facilitate this we will create a temporary walkway around the works area to ensure safe access to businesses and the Market. We will also need to remove some of the existing planters to allow access for machinery.
The Market Place improvement works will take place in three phases:
The first phase will continue the new paving on the south side of the High Street to past the Epsom Clock Tower and is scheduled for completion in summer 2019
The second phase will continue the new paving on the other side of the Market Place
The final phase will include paving outside the Assembly Rooms and the relocation of the Evocation of Speed statue.
During each phase of the works, all trees will be removed. New trees will be planted from November 2019 during the approved planting season for trees.
We are aware of the historical aspects to the Market Place and we will ensure they are preserved. Epsom Clock Tower will be protected and both the Richmond Cattle Trough and the time capsule stone will be taken to a specialist stone mason for restoration.
We will also be working with the Emily Davison Project to offer a prominent location in the Market Place for their memorial statue.”
The contribution from our Council is a positive commitment to the future of our town and will see the laying of new paving, wider and safer pedestrian areas, up to nineteen trees, new lighting and benches, way finder signs, and a performance area. The funds came from the CIL levy paid by developers when building in the area. Under central government rules CIL can only be used to help deliver infrastructure improvements such as Plan E.
Full details of the work are available at epsom-and-ewell-major-transport-schemes.
Yellow lines – the consultation for yellow lines continues and will close at the end of May 2019 so if you have any recommendations go to parking-controls-request-epsom-and-ewell-march-201. We shall be recommending double yellow lines opposite the Wallace Fields Infant School parking area to stop the almost double parking on drop off and pick up times.
TREES, LEAVES AND PLANTING – it has been an extremely leafy autumn. Can we encourage everyone to make sure that the areas outside their properties are free from litter and leaves ready for the Spring! It would make a real difference to the look of the area. The Council has brought the planting of beds and baskets in house to cut back on costs. It is good news that we shall still see colourful planting throughout the borough.
We are contacting a tree specialist about the trees on Higher Green after the accident near-miss when a previously diagnosed diseased tree fell in Higher Green. This follows a request from a resident.
LOCAL COUNCIL ELECTIONS – Thursday 2 May 2019
Residents‘ Associations have had majority control of Epsom & Ewell Borough Council for over 80 years and are the opposition group on Surrey County Council. Epsom and Ewell is the only borough in England controlled by independents. The RA movement has been so successful that the Borough Council now has 31 RA councillors out of 38. What are the Council’s achievements? Here are some of those affecting us:-
A Safe Place to Live – Your RA councillors have:
Obtained a three year injunction protecting 56 borough council owned sites from being occupied by unauthorised encampments.
Worked with TfL to check licensed vehicles & Uber cars at night to ensure residents travel in safe vehicles driven by fully compliant drivers
Worked with the Environmental Agency & the Police on waste-carrying vehicles as part of a move against fly-tipping
Introduced revised Alcohol Control Public Spaces Protection Orders to deal with alcohol related nuisance & anti-social behaviour in parts of the borough.
Upgraded CCTV, improve security against fly-tipping at more vulnerable green sites, and equipped our Rangers with radios with GPS tracking & cameras
In 2018 retained Hook Road car parks status as safe for people and vehicles
Taken legal action against fly-tippers across the Borough (Kingston Road, Upper High Street)
A Green Borough
Introduced the Simply Weekly recycling service which, against the trend across Surrey, has seen a rise in the % of recycling by residents
Commissioned an independent study of the Green Belt which confirmed that the vast majority of our Green Belt is performing well and needs to be protected
Continued to fund the cost of maintaining 12 annual cuts to highway verges
Made improvements to our green spaces including the restoration of Rosebery Pond and footpaths on Epsom Common
Ensured the continuation of Green Flag status for Alexandra Rec, Epsom Common, Ewell Court Park and Rosebery Park
Family Friendly Policies.
Provided £500k to support a South Western Trains bid to make Stoneleigh Station step free and accessible to including those with disabilities and parents with young children and buggies
Upgraded Depot Road car park with additional child dedicated spaces and new pay machines that take credit/debit cards and upgraded lighting to improve safety
Refurbished tennis and basketball courts in Alexandra Recreation Ground
A Thriving, Prosperous Community – Championing our local High Streets.
Committed £2.25 million of CIL money (a levy on developers) to redevelop Epsom’s market area, support our High Street and upgrade Epsom’s status
Introduced the Business Improvement Fund providing grants up to £10k enabling small business to improve their shop frontage
Provided a temporary home in the Town Hall for Epsom Post Office
Supported Epsom businesses throughout their successful bid to establish the Business Improvement District which will see an additional £1.5 million invested.
A Healthy Community.
Been at the forefront in opposing the sale of EGH land (unless it is used for social care, health related)
Campaigned for any new acute unit agreed by the Epsom and St Helier University Hospitals NHS Trust be sited at Epsom General Hospital
Funded new Routecall buses and new scooters for the shop mobility scheme.
Funded a £70k refurbishment of the Longmead Social Centre
Reduced homelessness levels by 37% to lowest figure for several years
Sound Financial Management – Your RA councillors have:
Made no cuts to services (over the last four/eight years)
Produced a balanced budget with no use of reserves (TBC 19/2/19)
Have maintained one of the lowest council tax rates in Surrey
Residents will pay just an additional 11p a week at Band D for all the services provided by the Borough councillors (TBC 19/02/19)
Last year only 10% of each resident’s council tax went to EEBC
For almost 20 years the Councils independent external Auditors have determined the council’s finances and accounts to be of a high standard.
Local elections are held every four years and as we comprise two wards – Ewell and Nonsuch – we have six Councillors for whom we can vote. Our current Councillors will be present at our AGM and here is an outline of each of them:-
Councillor Graham Dudley – “I have been a councillor for 16 years for the last 8 of which I have had the pleasure of representing Nonsuch Ward. Overall I have chaired the Scrutiny Committee, the Planning Committee and the Licensing and Planning Policy Committee. I have also sat on a number of other committees including the Nonsuch Park Joint Management Committee. Following a couple of recent major operations I feel the time is now right for me to step aside for a younger candidate.”
Councillor Chris Frost – Chris has lived in the Borough since 1976. He was a Borough Councillor from 1999 to 2003, and a County Councillor from 1997 to 2013. Since 2011 he has been a Borough Councillor representing Nonsuch Ward. He is currently Vice Chairman of the Borough Council Leisure Committee, and sits on both the Health Liaison and HR Panels. Chris has always taken an active interest in the environment and hopes to continue to work with his colleagues, listening to and representing the views of residents to ensure that Epsom and Ewell remains an excellent place to live and work.
Councillor Colin Keane – since his election in September 2018 Colin has played an active part on behalf of residents of the area, particularly in matters relating to Nescot and its environs. He serves on the Strategy and Resources Committee and is always available to assist.
Councillor Michael Arthur – Michael to bow out after 52 ½ years – he writes:
“In April 1962 I was taken by the RA slogan for the Ewell Ward election ‘Salt for Ewell Village’ which struck a chord with me. I went to an election meeting, asked some questions and invited to join the committee. Within two years I was appointed Chairman and then asked to be a prospective candidate.
Shortly after England’s world cup triumph in 1966 a by-election arose and I won the seat defeating the only opposition T.S. Grant (Liberal) – some may have seen this in “Surrey in the Sixties” book. So started a path which became an embedded way of life. This was possible because the meetings required attendance almost entirely in the evenings and I maintained my daytime working career. The two were complimentary to each other as I was able to bring my professional experience and local knowledge to the Council and at the same time the insight of those procedures widened my career.
There is much I could write to span these years but briefly, Epsom & Ewell BC has remained steadfast over this time despite serious government cutbacks but the organization has survived albeit now leaner, slimmer and fitter with rather more delegation of day to day management and operations to the officers and staff with members focused on policy but also with pairs of eyes and ears to report on ward and borough matters. Electronic communication and the changes that brings has of course transformed the way business is done with all having greater knowledge of what’s going on, I believe with careful selection, that’s a good thing.
I feel now is the time for me to bow out after this period of continuous representation for Ewell ward. I thank all those supporters who have returned me after 14 elections. I have thoroughly enjoyed the experience and wish my successor all the best for future RA representation.
Councillor Clive Woodbridge – Clive is an experienced local RA Councillor, having served on Epsom & Ewell Borough Council since 2007. He has been chairman of the RA group of Councillors for over five years, leading the delivery of savings and efficiency gains while protecting services. As a regular attendee at our meetings, he is an invaluable member of our “team”.
Councillor Humphrey Reynolds – Humphrey takes his responsibilities as a Councillor very seriously, serving on the Audit, Crime & Disorder and Scrutiny Committee, Health Liaison Panel, Human Resources Panel, Licensing (General) Sub-Committee, Licensing (Hearing) Sub-Committee, Licensing and Planning Policy Committee and Planning Committee (Chairman). Always attending our committee meetings he is a source of useful information for residents.
Association of Ewell Downs Residents 2018 – 2019
Chair/Treasurer Jenny Coleman, 24 Longdown Lane North 020 8393 8124
Hon. Secretary: Paula McNally, 25 Longdown Lane North 020 8393 1483
Michael Lockyer, 18 Higher Green 07818 067 741
Mark Palmer, 78 Reigate Road 07703 106 793
Steve Whiteway. 11 Windmill Lane 07736 161 662
Beech Walk Meurig Thomas, 16 Beech Walk 020 8393 5197
Ewell Downs Road
North End Alison Spicer, 45 The Green 020 8393 6079
South End Joan England, 46 Ewell Downs Road 020 8393 2291
North End Sarah Shickle, 23 The Green 020 8393 8230
South End Ann Broad, 77 The Green 020 8393 8653
Hampton Grove Vacancy
Even numbers Michael Lockyer, 18 Higher Green 07818 067 741
Odd numbers Liz Jones, 37 Higher Green 07955 769 541
Langton Avenue Michael Arthur, 20A Langton Avenue 020 8393 1476
Longdown Lane North
North End Raul Dias, 25a Longdown Lane North 07822 801 257
South End Steve Gebbett, 53 Longdown Lane North 01372 720921
Park Hill Road Liz Watson
Priest Hill Close Mark Palmer, 78 Reigate Road 07703 106 793
No. 28, 34-52 Meurig Thomas, 16 Beech Walk 020 8393 5197
No. 54-92 Mark Palmer, 78 Reigate Road 07703 106 793
No. 94-118 Mark Palmer, 78 Reigate Road 07703 106 793
No. 120-140 Mark Palmer, 78 Reigate Road 07703 106 793
The Looe-143 Carol Billam, Cefn, Nth. Looe Estate 020 8393 2490
St James Avenue Jason Barnett, 15 St James’ Avenue 07880 958 592
Sycamore Gardens Mark Palmer, 78 Reigate Road 07703 106 793
Windmill Avenue Steve Whiteway, 11 Windmill Lane 07736 161 662
Windmill Lane 1-21 Steve Whiteway, 11 Windmill Lane 07736 161 662
Michael Arthur 20A Langton Avenue 020 8393 1476 email@example.com
Humphrey Reynolds 18 Purberry Grove 020 8393 3752 firstname.lastname@example.org
Clive Woodbridge 16 Corbet Road 020 8393 2853 email@example.com
Graham Dudley 93 Chadacre Road 020 8786 9096 firstname.lastname@example.org
Chris Frost ‘Oak View’ 8 Warren Hill, Epsom 01372 720430 email@example.com
Colin Keane 2 Merrow Road, Cheam 0208 393 7715 firstname.lastname@example.org
SURREY COUNTY COUNCILLOR
John Beckett 7 Walsingham Gardens, Stoneleigh 020 8393 8208 email@example.com
Our web site www.ewelldownsra.org gives details of events which may be of interest and also shows copies of newsletters and bulletins. We also have a Facebook page “Association of Ewell Downs Residents” and a Twitter page so do get in touch if there is something that everyone should know about.
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