What's on in Epsom & Ewell
There's lots happening in Epsom and Ewell over the coming months.
For the full events list, including lots of walks and talks happening in August, take a look at the events page on the Epsom & Ewell Borough Council website.
Go batty on Epsom Common LNR! Find out more about these fascinating and misunderstood mammals. Bring a head torch/torch and wrap up warm.
Sorry, no dogs allowed on this walk.
Saturday 9 September.
Meet at Stew Pond Car Park for 7.30pm.
Advance booking only. Find out more here: Bat Walk - booking required
Ewell History Day
Considering a getaway for all the family? Why not journey back 4,000 years to Bronze Age Ewell and find out about the area’s earliest settlers? Or try to stop an advancing Roman army by making an offering to Iron Age gods? Ever wanted to mix with the Royals? Well, you can meet Henry VIII himself as he makes his way to his new palace at Nonsuch! If you manage to keep your head, you’ll also be able to meet our boys from the Hampshire Regiment who’ll tell you what it was like to fight the Nazis. Ewell History Day is a free day out for all time travellers and wannabe historians.
Bourne Hall, Ewell
Saturday 16 September 2023
Find out about events in Epsom & Ewell here: epsom-ewell.gov.uk/whats-on
Ewell History Day at Bourne Hall
Considering a getaway for all the family? Why not journey back 4,000 years to Bronze Age Ewell and find out about the area’s earliest settlers? Or try to stop an advancing Roman army by making an offering to Iron Age gods?
Ever wanted to mix with the Royals? Well, you can meet Henry VIII himself as he makes his way to his new palace at Nonsuch!
If you manage to keep your head, you’ll also be able to meet our boys from the Hampshire Regiment who’ll tell you what it was like to fight the Nazis.
Ewell History Day is a free day out for all time travellers and wannabe historians.
Ewell History Day at Bourne Hall,
Saturday 16 September 2023, 10am–5pm
Markets in Epsom & Ewell
Regular markets in Epsom marketplace take place on Thursday and Saturday.
For information on the weekly markets at Epsom Marketplace take a look here: Epsom & Ewell markets
Farmer's Market - Epsom Marketplace
This market usually takes place on the first Sunday of the month.
9.30am - 1.30pm.
Find out more at www.surreymarkets.co.uk/event/epsom-market
Artisan Market - Ewell Village
Come along to see a gorgeous selection of wooden children's toys, handmade jewellery, local honey and jams and lots more.
First Saturday of the month
10am - 3pm
£Cash in the Wardrobe - Bourne Hall
A new market for pre-loved and vintage clothes and accessories.
This market will be every third Saturday of the month.
10am - 2pm
NEW Vegan, Re-use and Recycle Market - Epsom Marketplace
This new market will take place on the 3rd Sunday of every month, 10am - 3pm.
Epsom Antiques, Vintage and Decorative Arts Market
Sunday 23 July 10am - 4pm
Explore Epsom and Ewell
Get closer to nature and enjoy the outdoors with our various guided walks. Explore local nature reserves, discover your borough's history and boost your health and wellbeing too.
Visit the walks page on our website to discover a range of walks that take place across Epsom and Ewell.
Epsom & Ewell also has several beautiful open spaces which are great for cycling, including Epsom Downs, Epsom Common Local Nature Reserve, Nonsuch Park, Hogsmill Local Nature Reserve, and Horton Country Park Local Nature Reserve. You can find cycling routes for all these places on our website.
ECA supports the preservation and protection of Epsom Common local nature reserve and site of special scientific interest. ECA works in partnership with the Council, the Lower Mole Countryside Management Project and English Nature to contribute to the long term management and conservation of the Common.
ECA organises a number of walks on the Common each year which are led by local natural history experts. The subjects that are usually covered each year include birds in early spring, wildflowers, butterflies, invertebrates particularly bush crickets, bats and fungi. For more info on their Summer Walks Programme see: Epsom Common Nature Walks
If you care about the Common and enjoy its wildlife and beauty why not join the EcoVols, the volunteer group of the ECA. EcoVols carry out a variety of conservation projects on the Common throughout the year in association with English Nature, the Council and the Lower Mole Countryside Management Project. You don’t need any special skills or experience just your enthusiasm and time! For more info and the 2020 EcoVols programme see: Conservation on Epsom Common