Events across Epsom and Ewell
Here’s a round-up of some of the events across the borough that we know about (some of these are organised by other groups and the Council is not responsible for the activity).
To find out what is happening in Epsom and Ewell across the year, visit the What's on section on our website
Warren Farm Meadow Day
Saturday 1 June between 10:00 and 15:00
Warren Farm, next to Nonsuch Park in Cheam, Surrey.
Help Warren Farm to flourish this summer! Want to enjoy nature and meet new people? Want to try something fun as a family? Perhaps you want to learn something new whilst getting a decent workout? Take in the fresh air and experience all that Warren Farm has to offer at the annual Meadow Day, a fun family event on for all to get involved to help save an important meadow habitat for years to come.
There is nothing like the beauty of a meadow in bloom and if you have visited Warren Farm in summer, you will know it is no exception. But, did you know that the bright yellow flowers that you see are actually harmful to our native wildflowers and a range of butterflies that depend on them? The site has been invaded by Canadian Goldenrod. It is best removed by hand and volunteers are vital in tackling the problem. It’s great exercise and we are seeking more amazing people to help us transform the whole space into a haven for wildlife by helping pull it out of the ground
Warren Farm is a Woodland Trust wood
Summer art exhibition - Epsom and Ewell Art Group
Until Sunday 3 June, 10am-5pm
Stable Yard Gallery, Morden Hall Park SM4 5JD
Art by local artists at affordable pries. www.epsomandwellartgroup.com
Photography Exhibition – Epsom Camera Club
Tuesday 4 – Saturday 15 June
Bourne Hall, Spring Street, Ewell, KT17 1UF
Come along and see the latest photography exhibition at Bourne Hall including a variety of photography. For more info www.epsomcc.org.uk
Brass Band Concert in the Garden
Sunday 9 June; 3pm
The Old Moat Garden Centre, Walled Garden, Horton Lane, Epsom, KT19 8PQ
Tickets are £10, free for under 15’s. Available in advance from The Old Moat Garden Centre (Mon – Fri) or via EESB website, or on the door. A summer afternoon of music with beautiful surroundings. Bar available – alcohol not permitted to be bought in by guests. For more info www.eesb.org.uk
Charity Car Boot Sale supported by AutoTest, Ewell in aid of Epsom Medical Equipment Fund
Sundays 9 & 23 June; 8am - 12.30pm
Epsom General Hospital KT18 7EG
Cars £10, Small vans, MPV and 4WD £12, larger vans from £15, Trailers £3 extra. Refreshments available. Toilets on site; main bus route - buses stop outside. All entrance donation and vehicle fees will go towards the purchase of medical equipment for Epsom General Hospital which will benefit the local community. All profits from individual sales are for sellers to keep. No booking necessary. Hard standing so not cancelled due to rain. Do come along and support us either as a buyer or seller and who knows you might find that certain item you were looking for. Tell your friends! Help us help you! For more information visit www.emef.org.uk or call 020 8337 8181.
Information Evening on Dementia & Carers
Monday 10 June; 7pm-9pm
The Rose Room, Bourne Hall, Spring Street, Ewell KT17 1UF
Hosted by the Patient Participation Group from the Integrated Care Partnership (GP Surgeries). Representatives from local services including the Alzheimer's Society will be giving talks and answering questions. Places are free but please if you would like to attend please contact Vicki Parnell at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Shadbolt Park Big Day Out!
Saturday 15 June; 12noon – 4pm
Salisbury Road, Worcester Park, KT4 7BX
Free admission. Dog Show, Rides, BBQ, Beer Tent and Stalls.
An Audience with Jonathan Veira
Wednesday 19 June; 7:30pm
Nonsuch Museum, the Mansion House, Nonsuch Park, SM3 8AP
Members of Friends of Nonsuch go free, non-members are £6. Refreshments are included. Come along to see comedian Jonathan Viera, hear his anecdotes and his thoughts on life. For more info www.friendsofnonsuch.co.uk
Summer Show – Epsom Garden Society
Saturday 22 June; 2pm – 4pm
St Martin’s Junior School, Ashley Road, Epsom, KT18 7AD
Plant sale, raffle and refreshments. Free admission and parking.
Sir Edward Elgar The Dream of Gerontius - The Barnes Choir and Epsom Choral Society with the Arcubus Ensemble
Saturday 22 June; 7pm
Southwark Cathedral, London SE1 9DA
These two long established choirs, Epsom Choral Society currently in its 97th season and Barnes Choir now in its 66th season, will bring their love and experience of great choral singing to delight their audience.
Entry is £20, or £10 for students and under-18s and there are restricted view seat for £15, or £8 for students and under-18s available from https://gerontius2019.org.uk/shop
Race for Life
Sunday 23 June; 11am
Epsom Downs Racecourse, Epsom, KT18 5LQ
£14.99 adults, £9.99 under 15, under 6 free. Join the Race for Life today and choose to run, jog or walk around our 5k or 10k course on Epsom Downs. Open to everyone, and non-competitive, gather your friends and family and start fundraising to help beat cancer sooner. www.raceforlife.org
London Bus Museum - On the buses
Sunday 23 June
Brooklands Road, Weybridge KT13 0QS
A major display of lesser seen buses from the museum collection. Enjoy displays of vehicles and free local bus rides. Take horse bus rides and longer excusions for an addiontal fare. A fun event for the family with entertainment and children's activities. www.londonbusmuseum.com
Gems of the English Baroque – Epsom Chamber Choir
Saturday 29 June; 7:30pm
St Martin’s Church, Church Street, Epsom, KT17 4PX
Tickets in advance are £16, on the door is £18 and under 18’s go free. An orchestra featuring Handel’s Dixit Dominus and excerpts from Solomon. For more info www.epsomchamberchoir.org.uk
Summer Show – Ewell Horticultural Association
Saturday 29 June; 2:30 – 4:30pm
Blenheim High School, Longmead Road, Epsom, KT19 9BH
Free admission. All are welcome to the Summer Show, there will be tea and cakes, plant sale and a raffle. For more info www.ewellhortassn.co.uk
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