Ewell Downs News Bulletin – Aug 2019

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This bulletin gives an insight to the events that are happening in our area as well as an update on planning issues.

Planning update from Clive Woodbridge

The council remains in a very vulnerable place with regards to planning applications. The Government requires us to show we have a five year land supply – we currently have just over one. And we have to deliver over 600 homes a year, but are only achieving around half that. We are in the process of preparing a housing action plan to show how we are going to bridge the gap and that should be published in the autumn. In the meantime there is a strong presumption in favour of development, which the council ignores at its peril. (Tandridge faces £400,000 in legal costs for an application it refused that was overturned on appeal). That doesn’t mean that the council cannot refuse inappropriate or non-policy compliant developments, but it does make it more difficult, and the chances of developers succeeding on appeal are higher.

Planning Items

86 Reigate Road – (19/00681/FUL) despite the efforts of the AEDR and close residents, this planning application was approved. There are however many conditions and work cannot start until these have been passed by the appropriate authorities. This is an example of the type of conditions imposed on the development:-

No development shall take place until full details, of both hard and soft landscape proposals, including a schedule of landscape maintenance for a minimum period of 5 years, have been submitted to and approved in writing by the local planning authority. The landscaping should include native species. The approved landscape scheme (with the exception of planting, seeding and turfing) shall be implemented prior to the occupation of the development hereby approved and thereafter retained.

Reason: To ensure the provision, establishment and maintenance of an appropriate landscape scheme in the interests of the visual amenities of the locality in accordance with Policy CS5 of the Core Strategy (2007) and Policies DM5 and DM9 of the Development Management Policies 2015.

1 Higher Green, Ewell – (19/00758/FUL) erection of new 2½ storey dwelling with associated landscaping & parking. There have been a great many objections to this, including our own and that from the Epsom Civic Society. There is no decision as yet and we are hoping for a positive response to the objections in view of the past history of refusals to previous applications. There is, as far as we are aware, no response to the request for further information from the Highways Department.

12 Longdown Lane North, Ewell – (19/01016/NMA Non -material minor amendment to planning permission 19/00159/REM to permit change to crossover from grasscrete to a standard VCO bitumen design. To move the new access a further 1.2 metres away from the road. The change to crossover from grasscrete to bitumen was thankfully refused.

The Star 2 Cheam Road Ewell – (19/00499/LBA) and (19/00498/REM) – the applications are for a single storey rear extension, and internal and external amendments and variation of materials. Both applications have been refused with the comments “The proposed development amounts to substantial harm to the Heritage Asset by reason of the substandard materials, window design and insufficient information regarding external features of the property. The proposed development would therefore be to the detriment to the significance of a Grade II listed building and conservation area”.

The Lodge, West Street Ewell – (19/00015/FUL and 19/00801/FUL) both of these applications refer to The Lodge, West Street, Ewell. The first one was an application to build 3 houses on the site of The Lodge, which has been approved. The applicant has not gone ahead with that application, but has put another application into the Planning Dept for 2 houses and 4 flats. This has not yet been approved and is meeting with a great deal of opposition. These objections include overdevelopment of the site, the design of the three storey building out of character with existing housing in the area, parking, traffic issues and many other.

7 Station Approach Stoneleigh – (19/00668/FUL) application for the demolition of existing buildings on site and erection of a part 6, part 7 storey building providing 23 residential flats with associated communal roof terrace, cycle and refuse stores. In summary, we have learned that the original application was for 9 flats on 3 storeys and that Epsom and Ewell’s own planning officers forced the developers to change these plans to 23 flats over 7 storeys. There is an extension of this plan to take the entire plot and turn it into nearly 100 flats. This plan (and the extended plan) has no facilities for parking and is at least twice the height of any building in the two wards that I can think of (religious buildings excluded).

South Hatch Stables – (18/00308/FUL) – this application for the demolition of the existing Racehorse Training Establishment (RTE) and the erection of a new RTE comprising of a main yard stable complex of 40 boxes and other facilities together with a residential development comprising 46 apartments (a reduction of one apartment)– is ongoing with revisions to the original application.

LIDL UK, 40 – 52 Upper High Street, Epsom – (18/01559/REM) – still no news on when work will start.

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. No decision on this yet.

Langley Vale Memorial Woodland – creation of a permanent car park with facilities etc and erection of visitors’ centre and associated infrastructure in relation to Langley Vale Wood – this has been permitted.

Development Site at 24-28 West Street Epsom – (19/01021/FUL) this is an interesting one which you may have seen already – Demolition of existing building and construction of a new part 9, part 11 and part 13 storey building containing ground floor commercial/retail (A1, A2 and B1 uses) and 29 residential units (C3 Use) on upper levels and associated development. The proposed perspectives are worth a look. It is awaiting a decision – it was validated on 14 August

Heathrow Exhibition

This exhibition was well attended and showed Heathrow’s proposals for the future layout of the airport, including the new runway and other airport infrastructure such as terminals and road access. The public was also be able to have their say on plans to manage the environmental impacts of expansion, including a proposed Heathrow Ultra Low Emissions Zone, Heathrow Vehicle Access Charge and a proposed 6.5-hour ban on scheduled night flights.

Responses to this consultation will inform Heathrow’s application for a Development Consent Order (DCO) – the planning consent required for the project – which is expected to be submitted to the Secretary of State for Transport next year.

For further information and to take part in this latest consultation visit the Heathrow consultation website .

You may recall the previous exhibition on the Heathrow Airspace and Future Operations Consultation which ran until 4 March 2019. It was seeking feedback on changes to our airspace and future runway operations including expansion and changes to the existing two runways. To increase the capacity of the existing runways it is proposed that planes will take off and land from different directions and be at different heights which would impact this area from height reductions of aircraft with the associated increase in noise and pollution levels. We understand from a Heathrow representative that the information from this consultation is still being collated and should be published later in the year for comments.

Local Plan – report from Clive Woodbridge

The lack of a five year land supply mentioned will be addressed through a new Local Plan which will set out how Epsom & Ewell will meet its needs through to 2040. Our current Core Strategy, completed in 2007, is now coming to the end of its life, and has been largely successful, delivering 2573 new homes over the past 10 years, 30% of which were in the ‘affordable’ category. There is a statutory duty to produce a new, up to date Local Plan that takes into account demanding national government housing targets and work on this is now well advanced

The aim is to have a new Local Plan in place by the end of 2020, so that the Council can continue to positively shape development in the Borough. The Council’s planning team will shortly be engaging with residents to capture comments and opinions on the work completed so far. A number of events will be held over the autumn and dates and locations will be published on the Council’s website shortly. Any residents that wish to be contacted as part of the process can email details to localplan@epsom-ewell.gov.uk .

Once the feedback from residents, businesses, interest groups and others has been assessed, a draft Local Plan will be presented to councillors. After it has been agreed it will be sent to the Secretary of State, who will appoint an Inspector to assess whether the Plan is sound or not.

The Local Plan is a challenge, as the government at the moment is suggesting that EEBC should set very ambitious targets regarding housing building – certainly above 500 homes annually. Meeting the targets will require some tough decisions. To be honest building more densely on existing urban area sites is unavoidable, and consideration of releasing some Green Belt land highly likely, if we are to produce a plan that an inspector will approve.

However it is also an opportunity to shape future change in the way the community wishes. It can help to secure good quality homes, more affordable housing, and public places and spaces that are designed to improve quality of life and enhance health and wellbeing. Environmental factors, including dealing with Climate Change pressures, will also be a key factor.”

For further details go to – epsom-and-ewell-local-plan. The link to the pdf is shown as an attachment under Documents at the bottom of the link page.

Traffic

Town Centre – work continues on the market place – the details of the phases of the work as shown on the SCC website are available at epsom-and-ewell-major-transport-schemes.

Town centre traffic light control – tailbacks on the approach to South Street continue and the SCC Road and Transport site advises:

Operation of some signals is currently different to normal. This is because the ‘Urban Traffic Control’ (UTC) management of the signals is not currently operating across the whole town centre and cannot, whilst road works continue. Individual junctions are still operating intelligently, however they are not yet able to communicate with one another.

We will continue to review the vehicle detection measures, programming and operation of all junctions as new traffic movements become clearer and more commonplace and will seek to optimise the operation of each junction accordingly. When all works are completed and the full UTC operation is restored, further refinements can be made.”

Yellow lines opposite the Wallace Fields Infant School parking area – there is no further news on this as yet.

Nigel Collin, the newly appointed Resident Councillor for College Ward is following up on his efforts to determine the ownership of the crescent of road in front of Wallace Fields Infants School which would allow for extra parking for teachers and contribute to the safer drop off of children to the school with the Council. We will get back when there is further news.

Community clean-up launch

The Council has used a High Street Community clean-up grant received from central government to purchase a range of equipment and resources to help prevent litter and clean it up. This equipment can be safely used by volunteers and is being offered to facilitate community clean-up campaigns particularly centred on our local high streets and shopping parades.

Anyone interested in volunteering for community clean-ups can sign up for litter picking on the Council website.

Recycling rates rise

Epsom and Ewell residents are now amongst the best recyclers in the UK with much higher recycling rates than the national average according to the latest data. Since moving to weekly collections of household rubbish and recycling in 2017, household recycling in the borough has increased to 53%, compared to the national average of 46%. The Government has a recycling target of 50% across the UK by 2020 and, while the borough is already achieving more than that, there is no room for complacency as there is already a suggestion that the target will increase still further, possibly to 60%.

Epsom Hospital – this is the news from NHS Trust published on 29 July 2019

Submission of updated draft pre-consultation business case (PCBC) to NHS England for assurance

Since December we have been working with a wide range of experts, partners, local authority and public health colleagues, clinicians, the public and our regulators to gather research and evidence to help shape our proposals for Epsom and St Helier Hospitals.

This information has been used to update our draft pre-consultation business case. This information has been published on our website and includes:

  • Independent analysis of feedback from the public engagement activities;

  • The independent Clinical Senates of London and the South East report;

  • Phase 2 draft interim Integrated Impact Assessment; and

  • Impact on other providers – a summary assessment

We have now reached the stage where we have submitted our updated draft pre-consultation business case to NHS England so they can assess all of the information and agree if there would be funding in principle for a new facility in our area. The pre-consultation business case is a technical document that provides our national regulators with all of the evidence they need to assess our proposals.

We are not releasing the updated draft PCBC document at this time as we intend to do this when we have received national feedback and assurance signalling that we can move to consultation with the public.

No decisions about any changes to services will be made until after a full public consultation has taken place and all of the information – including, for example, any feedback from a formal public consultation and the final Integrated Impact Assessment – has been considered by the CCGs.

We have produced a stakeholder briefing document which explains what we have been doing and our current thinking. It is not a consultation document. The evidence and position set out in this briefing is subject to change as further evidence is developed and assurance by NHS England takes place. In particular, this briefing does not include detailed underlying financial information, as this is subject to assurance and regulatory oversight and is therefore not appropriate to publish at this stage.

Read our stakeholder briefing document – here.

Future 40 – this consultation has now closed. There was a tremendous response with nearly 3,000 residents, businesses and visitors sharing their views about the long-term vision of Epsom and Ewell. The task is now is to reflect on these findings and produce a vision for the future by summer 2019. Be the first to know by registering your interest and receive an email notification once the vision is available to download. Go to www.future40.org to register.

Local Events

Trainers Open Morning – 26 August 2019 – Bank Holiday Monday

Adventure Family Fun Day holds the unique opportunity to go behind the scenes of Epsom’s training yards. You’ll see the horses working on the gallops from 8am and then it’ll be time to visit the stars of the show at their homes. Use this as the perfect chance to speak to some of the many trainers working out of the Epsom Gallops.

 

 

This bulletin gives an insight to the events that are happening in our area as well as an update on planning issues.

Planning update from Clive Woodbridge

The council remains in a very vulnerable place with regards to planning applications. The Government requires us to show we have a five year land supply – we currently have just over one. And we have to deliver over 600 homes a year, but are only achieving around half that. We are in the process of preparing a housing action plan to show how we are going to bridge the gap and that should be published in the autumn. In the meantime there is a strong presumption in favour of development, which the council ignores at its peril. (Tandridge faces £400,000 in legal costs for an application it refused that was overturned on appeal). That doesn’t mean that the council cannot refuse inappropriate or non-policy compliant developments, but it does make it more difficult, and the chances of developers succeeding on appeal are higher.

Planning Items

86 Reigate Road – (19/00681/FUL) despite the efforts of the AEDR and close residents, this planning application was approved. There are however many conditions and work cannot start until these have been passed by the appropriate authorities. This is an example of the type of conditions imposed on the development:-

No development shall take place until full details, of both hard and soft landscape proposals, including a schedule of landscape maintenance for a minimum period of 5 years, have been submitted to and approved in writing by the local planning authority. The landscaping should include native species. The approved landscape scheme (with the exception of planting, seeding and turfing) shall be implemented prior to the occupation of the development hereby approved and thereafter retained.

Reason: To ensure the provision, establishment and maintenance of an appropriate landscape scheme in the interests of the visual amenities of the locality in accordance with Policy CS5 of the Core Strategy (2007) and Policies DM5 and DM9 of the Development Management Policies 2015.

1 Higher Green, Ewell – (19/00758/FUL) erection of new 2½ storey dwelling with associated landscaping & parking. There have been a great many objections to this, including our own and that from the Epsom Civic Society. There is no decision as yet and we are hoping for a positive response to the objections in view of the past history of refusals to previous applications. There is, as far as we are aware, no response to the request for further information from the Highways Department.

12 Longdown Lane North, Ewell – (19/01016/NMA Non -material minor amendment to planning permission 19/00159/REM to permit change to crossover from grasscrete to a standard VCO bitumen design. To move the new access a further 1.2 metres away from the road. The change to crossover from grasscrete to bitumen was thankfully refused.

The Star 2 Cheam Road Ewell – (19/00499/LBA) and (19/00498/REM) – the applications are for a single storey rear extension, and internal and external amendments and variation of materials. Both applications have been refused with the comments “The proposed development amounts to substantial harm to the Heritage Asset by reason of the substandard materials, window design and insufficient information regarding external features of the property. The proposed development would therefore be to the detriment to the significance of a Grade II listed building and conservation area”.

The Lodge, West Street Ewell – (19/00015/FUL and 19/00801/FUL) both of these applications refer to The Lodge, West Street, Ewell. The first one was an application to build 3 houses on the site of The Lodge, which has been approved. The applicant has not gone ahead with that application, but has put another application into the Planning Dept for 2 houses and 4 flats. This has not yet been approved and is meeting with a great deal of opposition. These objections include overdevelopment of the site, the design of the three storey building out of character with existing housing in the area, parking, traffic issues and many other.

7 Station Approach Stoneleigh – (19/00668/FUL) application for the demolition of existing buildings on site and erection of a part 6, part 7 storey building providing 23 residential flats with associated communal roof terrace, cycle and refuse stores. In summary, we have learned that the original application was for 9 flats on 3 storeys and that Epsom and Ewell’s own planning officers forced the developers to change these plans to 23 flats over 7 storeys. There is an extension of this plan to take the entire plot and turn it into nearly 100 flats. This plan (and the extended plan) has no facilities for parking and is at least twice the height of any building in the two wards that I can think of (religious buildings excluded).

South Hatch Stables – (18/00308/FUL) – this application for the demolition of the existing Racehorse Training Establishment (RTE) and the erection of a new RTE comprising of a main yard stable complex of 40 boxes and other facilities together with a residential development comprising 46 apartments (a reduction of one apartment)– is ongoing with revisions to the original application.

LIDL UK, 40 – 52 Upper High Street, Epsom – (18/01559/REM) – still no news on when work will start.

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. No decision on this yet.

Langley Vale Memorial Woodland – creation of a permanent car park with facilities etc and erection of visitors’ centre and associated infrastructure in relation to Langley Vale Wood – this has been permitted.

Development Site at 24-28 West Street Epsom – (19/01021/FUL) this is an interesting one which you may have seen already – Demolition of existing building and construction of a new part 9, part 11 and part 13 storey building containing ground floor commercial/retail (A1, A2 and B1 uses) and 29 residential units (C3 Use) on upper levels and associated development. The proposed perspectives are worth a look. It is awaiting a decision – it was validated on 14 August

Heathrow Exhibition

This exhibition was well attended and showed Heathrow’s proposals for the future layout of the airport, including the new runway and other airport infrastructure such as terminals and road access. The public was also be able to have their say on plans to manage the environmental impacts of expansion, including a proposed Heathrow Ultra Low Emissions Zone, Heathrow Vehicle Access Charge and a proposed 6.5-hour ban on scheduled night flights.

Responses to this consultation will inform Heathrow’s application for a Development Consent Order (DCO) – the planning consent required for the project – which is expected to be submitted to the Secretary of State for Transport next year.

For further information and to take part in this latest consultation visit the Heathrow consultation website.

You may recall the previous exhibition on the Heathrow Airspace and Future Operations Consultation which ran until 4 March 2019. It was seeking feedback on changes to our airspace and future runway operations including expansion and changes to the existing two runways. To increase the capacity of the existing runways it is proposed that planes will take off and land from different directions and be at different heights which would impact this area from height reductions of aircraft with the associated increase in noise and pollution levels. We understand from a Heathrow representative that the information from this consultation is still being collated and should be published later in the year for comments.

Local Plan – report from Clive Woodbridge

The lack of a five year land supply mentioned will be addressed through a new Local Plan which will set out how Epsom & Ewell will meet its needs through to 2040. Our current Core Strategy, completed in 2007, is now coming to the end of its life, and has been largely successful, delivering 2573 new homes over the past 10 years, 30% of which were in the ‘affordable’ category. There is a statutory duty to produce a new, up to date Local Plan that takes into account demanding national government housing targets and work on this is now well advanced

The aim is to have a new Local Plan in place by the end of 2020, so that the Council can continue to positively shape development in the Borough. The Council’s planning team will shortly be engaging with residents to capture comments and opinions on the work completed so far. A number of events will be held over the autumn and dates and locations will be published on the Council’s website shortly. Any residents that wish to be contacted as part of the process can email details to localplan@epsom-ewell.gov.uk .

Once the feedback from residents, businesses, interest groups and others has been assessed, a draft Local Plan will be presented to councillors. After it has been agreed it will be sent to the Secretary of State, who will appoint an Inspector to assess whether the Plan is sound or not.

The Local Plan is a challenge, as the government at the moment is suggesting that EEBC should set very ambitious targets regarding housing building – certainly above 500 homes annually. Meeting the targets will require some tough decisions. To be honest building more densely on existing urban area sites is unavoidable, and consideration of releasing some Green Belt land highly likely, if we are to produce a plan that an inspector will approve.

However it is also an opportunity to shape future change in the way the community wishes. It can help to secure good quality homes, more affordable housing, and public places and spaces that are designed to improve quality of life and enhance health and wellbeing. Environmental factors, including dealing with Climate Change pressures, will also be a key factor.”

For further details go to – epsom-and-ewell-local-plan. The link to the pdf is shown as an attachment under Documents at the bottom of the link page.

Traffic

Town Centre – work continues on the market place – the details of the phases of the work as shown on the SCC website are available at epsom-and-ewell-major-transport-schemes.

Town centre traffic light control – tailbacks on the approach to South Street continue and the SCC Road and Transport site advises:

Operation of some signals is currently different to normal. This is because the ‘Urban Traffic Control’ (UTC) management of the signals is not currently operating across the whole town centre and cannot, whilst road works continue. Individual junctions are still operating intelligently, however they are not yet able to communicate with one another.

We will continue to review the vehicle detection measures, programming and operation of all junctions as new traffic movements become clearer and more commonplace and will seek to optimise the operation of each junction accordingly. When all works are completed and the full UTC operation is restored, further refinements can be made.”

Yellow lines opposite the Wallace Fields Infant School parking area – there is no further news on this as yet.

Nigel Collin, the newly appointed Resident Councillor for College Ward is following up on his efforts to determine the ownership of the crescent of road in front of Wallace Fields Infants School which would allow for extra parking for teachers and contribute to the safer drop off of children to the school with the Council. We will get back when there is further news.

Community clean-up launch

The Council has used a High Street Community clean-up grant received from central government to purchase a range of equipment and resources to help prevent litter and clean it up. This equipment can be safely used by volunteers and is being offered to facilitate community clean-up campaigns particularly centred on our local high streets and shopping parades.

Anyone interested in volunteering for community clean-ups can sign up for litter picking on the Council website.

Recycling rates rise

Epsom and Ewell residents are now amongst the best recyclers in the UK with much higher recycling rates than the national average according to the latest data. Since moving to weekly collections of household rubbish and recycling in 2017, household recycling in the borough has increased to 53%, compared to the national average of 46%. The Government has a recycling target of 50% across the UK by 2020 and, while the borough is already achieving more than that, there is no room for complacency as there is already a suggestion that the target will increase still further, possibly to 60%.

Epsom Hospital – this is the news from NHS Trust published on 29 July 2019

Submission of updated draft pre-consultation business case (PCBC) to NHS England for assurance

Since December we have been working with a wide range of experts, partners, local authority and public health colleagues, clinicians, the public and our regulators to gather research and evidence to help shape our proposals for Epsom and St Helier Hospitals.

This information has been used to update our draft pre-consultation business case. This information has been published on our website and includes:

  • Independent analysis of feedback from the public engagement activities;

  • The independent Clinical Senates of London and the South East report;

  • Phase 2 draft interim Integrated Impact Assessment; and

  • Impact on other providers – a summary assessment

We have now reached the stage where we have submitted our updated draft pre-consultation business case to NHS England so they can assess all of the information and agree if there would be funding in principle for a new facility in our area. The pre-consultation business case is a technical document that provides our national regulators with all of the evidence they need to assess our proposals.

We are not releasing the updated draft PCBC document at this time as we intend to do this when we have received national feedback and assurance signalling that we can move to consultation with the public.

No decisions about any changes to services will be made until after a full public consultation has taken place and all of the information – including, for example, any feedback from a formal public consultation and the final Integrated Impact Assessment – has been considered by the CCGs.

We have produced a stakeholder briefing document which explains what we have been doing and our current thinking. It is not a consultation document. The evidence and position set out in this briefing is subject to change as further evidence is developed and assurance by NHS England takes place. In particular, this briefing does not include detailed underlying financial information, as this is subject to assurance and regulatory oversight and is therefore not appropriate to publish at this stage.

Read our stakeholder briefing document – here.

Future 40 – this consultation has now closed. There was a tremendous response with nearly 3,000 residents, businesses and visitors sharing their views about the long-term vision of Epsom and Ewell. The task is now is to reflect on these findings and produce a vision for the future by summer 2019. Be the first to know by registering your interest and receive an email notification once the vision is available to download. Go to www.future40.org to register.

Local Events

Trainers Open Morning – 26 August 2019 – Bank Holiday Monday

Adventure Family Fun Day holds the unique opportunity to go behind the scenes of Epsom’s training yards. You’ll see the horses working on the gallops from 8am and then it’ll be time to visit the stars of the show at their homes. Use this as the perfect chance to speak to some of the many trainers working out of the Epsom Gallops.

Horse

Trifest Saturday 31 August; 12noon – 4pm Auriol Park, Worcester Park

A community event, food, ice cream van, refreshments, beer tent and stalls. Sweet van, fairground rides and face-painting, raffle prize draw. Attendance of a live music performance by the Spice Girls tribute act. For more info see: Trifest Event

Trifest

Round the Borough Hike – Saturday 7 September

You can take it on good authority that the weather is going to be perfect for Round the Borough Hike, our easy going and marshalled 20 mile walk encompassing all of the best green spaces in and around Epsom and Ewell.

hike

 

Epsom Food & Drink Festival – Sunday 8 September; 10.30am – 5pm

Rosebery Park, Ashley Road, Epsom
Free entry! Food & Drink Vendors, Live Music, family friendly activies. For more info see: https://www.facebook.com/EpsomFoodDrink/

epsom_food

 

Epsom and Ewell Community Fayre
Sunday 15 September; 1pm – 5pm
Hook Road Arena, Epsom

Enjoy a fun filled afternoon of games and activities for children and attractions for the whole family. Entrance to the event is free.

Attractions include a dog show (small entry fee, for details see: epsomrotary/dogshow), live music, a beer tent, children’s games organised by local clubs, organisations, charities and businesses, fancy dress, face painting, military vehicles, photography competition and lots more! There will also be stalls serving hot and cold quality food, teas, coffees and delicious ice cream; all at incredibly reasonable prices.

Dog Show

Age UK Charity Curry Night

BACK BY POPULAR DEMAND Tuesday 26th November 2019 @ Tamarind Spice, West Ewell
£25pp* TICKETS GO ON SALE SOON *Excludes Drinks, Coffee and Desserts.
For More Info or to reserve your seat Email:
charlotte.hornblow@ageconcernepsom.org.uk

Curry Night2

PROBUS CLUB of EWELL

For retired and semi-retired Professional and Business men

Why not come and join us?We meet 1st Wednesday of the month
at Banstead Golf Club for lunch and talks

Probus

For further information contact the Secretary secretary@ewellprobus.org

or via our web site: www.ewellprobus.org  All are welcome

Web sitedo visit this – www.ewelldownsra.org. I am sure some of you must have some local photos to put on this!

Facebookour page is being well visited. Go and use this to make comments or display pictures of the area.

Twitter this is quite active with many followers of Ewelldownsra.

Grapes

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