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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 websiteEwellHorticulturalAss

March 2020

South East Rivers Trust Outfalls Safari training session
Tuesday 3 March, 6.30pm - 8.30pm
Bourne Hall, Ewell, KT17 1UF

South East Rivers Trust are updating their Hogsmill Outfall Safari results for 2020 and need volunteers to help them report polluting outfalls and tackle misconnections. If you're interested in taking part, please book to attend the Outfall Safari training session here:

The Outfall Safari method involves systematically surveying the entire length of a river to locate and score misconnected outfalls. This allows the pollution to be reported to Thames Water and the Environment Agency so that it can be tackled. You can read more here:

For further info see:

World Day of Prayer 2020 - Praying with Zimbabwe
Friday 6 March; 10.30am
St Barnabas Church, Temple Road, Epsom, KT18 8HA
A service for everyone. Refreshments will be provided after the service. For more information visit: www.wwdp.or.guk

7th Epsom Scouts Jumble Sale
Saturday 7 March; 1.30pm - 3pm (Early Birds 10.30am - 11.30am £5)
Epsom Methodist Church, Ashley Road, Epsom, KT18 5AQ
Entrance 50p, under 12's free.

Grand Jumble Sale
Saturday 7 March; 11am - 12.30pm
Ruxley Church, Ruxley Lane, Epsom KT19 0JG
Traditional jumble sale. Entrance 50p. Refreshments available. Clothes, shoes, bags, toys, books, toiletries, jewellery, bric-a-brac. Proceeds to local charities.

Exhibition of Original Artwork
Monday 9 March – Saturday 21 March; 9am – 10.30pm
Bourne Hall, Ewell, Surrey, KT17 1UF
Bourne Hall will be displaying the work of John Wurr and Hilary Jones.

Ewell Horticultural Association - Pesticides - are they safe?
Tuesday 10 March; 8pm - 10pm
Bourne Hall, Spring Street, Ewell KT17 1UF
A talk by Andrew Halstead, a retired RHS Entomologist, about pesticides. Free admission. For more info visit

Rotary Club Quiz NightEpsomChoralSociety
Saturday 14 March; 7pm – 10pm
Epsom United Reformed Church, Unity Hall, Epsom, KT17 4PW
Once again our favourite quiz masters have been persuaded to dig out their encyclopaedias, charge their pencils and construct a new quiz. Come along to see how good you are. Doors open at 7pm. For more information, email:

Epsom Choral Society - Baroque Splendour
Saturday 14 March; 7.30pm
St Martin's Parish Church, Church Street, Epsom KT17 4PX
A concert celebrating the glory of the Baroque with Handel's exciting Dixit Dominus as well as Monteverdi and Pergolesi. Tickets £16, student or under 18 £8. Come and enjoy the superb Epsom Choral Society, together with 5 outstanding soloists and the English Sinfonietta. Box Office: 07522 111219. Online tickets at:

International and Local Scouting
Tuesday 17 March; 2.30pm
The Museum Wing, Nonsuch Mansion, Nonsuch Park, SM3 8AP
A talk by the indomitable Ron Kinton. Members - Free; Non-members £6. Refreshments included. For more information visit:

Sustainable parenting evening
Wednesday 18 & Thursday 26 March; 7.30pm
Jess and the Beanstalk, Epsom, KT19 8RA
NCT Epsom & Sutton branch are delighted to be hosting a Sustainable Parenting Evening with Bethan Mark, local mum and creator of at Jess and the Beanstalk cafe in Epsom. If you'd like to know more about reusable nappies and other eco-friendly switches you can make in your lifestyle, especially in your role as parents or carers, this evening is for you. Space is limited so places must be purchased in advance. Tickets are just £2 per person. Use the links below to book:
•18 March:
•26 March:
Non-mobile babies are very welcome, but if possible please leave buggies at home as space will be limited.If you have questions about this event then please email and our lovely volunteers will get back to you as soon as possible.

The Diary of Anne FrankDiaryofAnneFrank
Wednesday 18 - Saturday 21 March; 7.45pm
Adrian Mann Theatre, Ewell, KT17 3DS
By Frances Goodrich and Albert Hackett and directed by Brittany Rex. Sutton Amateur Dramatic Club's 312th major production. Tickets £13 visit Doors open 7.15pm.

Epsom Chamber Choir presents Welcome All Wonders
Saturday 21 March; 7.30pm
St Martin's Church, Church Street, Epsom KT17 4PX
Tickets: in advance £14; on the door £16; under 18 free. Telephone 020 8672 5495; Text: 07940 486163; visit

NCT Baby First Aid Course with British Red Cross
Wednesday 25 March; 7pm - 9.30pm
Worcester Park Baptist Church, KT4 7EW
Our two and a half hour courses are delivered by a trainer from the British Red Cross. Within a relaxed environment, you'll have plenty of opportunities to ask questions and share experiences. Cost: £35 per person or £60 for two people booking together. Concession places available.
Bookings can be made online at:
Please contact if you have any queries.

St Barnabas Church Quiz Night
Friday 27 March; 7.30pm - 8pm
Temple Road, Epsom KT19 8HA
Bring family and friends and enjoy a great night out. Tickets only £12 each, includes fish and chips. Non-alcoholic refreshments will be available. If you are looking for something a little stronger, you are welcome to bring a bottle of wine or beer with you.There will be prizes for the lucky winners.Proceeds from this fundraiser will go towards new supports for our beautiful piano.Buy tickets online at

Epsom Garden Society Spring ShowConcertsatTheSanctuary
Saturday 28 March; 2pm – 4pm
St Martins Junior School, Ashley Road, Epsom
Free entry and parking. A profusion of spring bulbs and flowers will be on display, as well as beautiful flower arrangements, photographs and a wide variety of crafts.  Moreover, the junior members will demonstrate their gardening skills, how to make an Easter bonnet or a posy and how well they can bake.The school site is close to Epsom town centre and offers lots of free on-site parking.  Delicious home-made refreshments will be available, as will plants for sale and a raffle.  Admission is free. If you would like to take part competitively, please contact For more details visit:

Sutton and Epsom NCT Sling library
Saturday 28 March; 10am - 11.30am
Roots Coffee Shop, Epsom Methodist Church, 11-13 Ashley Rd, Epsom, KT18 5AQ
The NCT Sutton and Epsom Sling Library is back! Come along to talk all things baby wearing with our volunteers and other parents, and try out a variety of slings suitable from newborn to toddler. Run by volunteers from the Sutton, Epsom & District branch of NCT Charity. For more details see:

Brahms Clarinet Quintet - Clarinet & String Quartet Concert
Sunday 29 March; 2pm – 4pm
St. Michael’s Church, 4A Church Street, Ewell Village, KT17 2AS
Concerts at the Sanctuary' is a new seasonal concert series which brings some of London’s top professional musicians and ensembles to Ewell Village in an informal relaxed setting accompanied with teas and freshly baked cakes on a Sunday afternoon. Tickets: £12 Full price, £10 Concessions & £5 Children/Students. We recommend booking in advance and tickets are available through our TicketSource event page, however remaining tickets will be available at the door from 1:30pm on the concert day: Contact email:

Age Concern London Landmarks Half Marathon
Sunday 29 March
Start at Pall Mall, finish by Downing Street
Please join us to raise funds for Age Concern Epsom and Ewell. Register your interest by calling 01372732451 or email: find out more at

Walk 4 Wards Epsom and St Helier Hospitals Charity
Sunday 29 March
Still time to register! Celebrating 21 years of Epsom and St Helier. Join in! Walk from Epsom Hospital to St Helier Hospital and support a ward or department of your choice. Free to enter. Walk in a pair or a team with friends, colleagues or family. Dogs allowed (on leads). Join today at: For more information, contact the Fundraising Team by email: or call 01372 735261 or 01372 735262.

April 2020

Ewell Horticultural Association's Spring Flower Show
Saturday 4 April; 2.30pm - 4.30pm
Blenheim, High School, Longmead Road, Epsom KT19 9BH
Free admission. Everyone is welcome to Ewell Horticultural Association's first Flower Show of the year with bright spring flowers, cookery, photography, craft & design and floral art, bulbs plus ‘bring & buy’ plants. Free parking, a raffle plus refreshments with delicious homemade cakes. For more info see: Bazaar

Concert of Lenten Music
Saturday 4 April; 7.30pm
St John's Church, Stoneleigh Park Road, Stoneleigh KT19 0QZ
Stoneleigh Choral Society tickets: adults £10; under 18's £5. Tickets available on the door on the night or in advance from Jean Adams, call 02083935124 for more information.

London Bus Museum Spring Gathering - The Classic Bus Show
Sunday 5 April
The first event of the season attracts many and varied buses and coaches, enough to fill the whole Brooklands site. For more info visit

Beckett's Bazaar - Spring Fair
Saturday 18 April; 12noon to 5pm
Christ Church Hall, Ewell Village, KT17 1AD
Free admission. Crafts, jewellery, local honey, home baking and stalls galore! Refreshments, tombola. All in aid of the Mayor of Epsom and Ewell's charities. For more details email:

Thames Valley Art Society Spring Exhibition
Tuesday 21 April to Saturday 2 May; 10am - 5pm (up to 4pm on Saturday)
Bourne Hall, Spring Street, Ewell KT17 1UF
The Thames Valley Art Society Spring exhibition is free to enter, all works are by local artists and are for sale.

The Epsom Model Railway Show 2020
Saturday 25 & Sunday 26 April; 10am - 5pm
NESCOT, Reigate Road, Ewell KT17 3DS
Cost: Adults £7; Children under 16 Free. An extensive model railway exhibition featuring a new and exciting selection of some of the country's finest working layouts (large & small) in a variety of different scales showing steam, diesel and electric trains in action. Many of these layouts from around the UK are being exhibited in Surrey for the first time. A repeat showing is 'Hornby Junction' where children of all ages can drive the trains. Miniature railway providing steam train rides in the car park. Trade stands, modelling demonstrations, refreshments. Ample free parking on site, with level access (no steps) to the exhibition halls. An event offering something for all the family and enthusiast alike.

Play for Team Epsom & Ewell - register today!

Be part of Team Epsom & Ewell for the Specsavers Surrey Youth Games. Try a new sport and make new friends too! Register online today at:

This year's Game's welcomes new sports such as Go Tri Gym Challenge, Cage Cricket & Street Basketball.

To be eligible to represent Team Epsom & Ewell participants must live or go to school in the borough, be of sub-county standard and not a club member in their chosen sport. Each sport also has its own specific eligibility requirements. For further information, including a list of sports, training session dates, times and venues and to register to take part, please visit our website.

This largest multi-sports competition in Surrey, offers young people aged 6-16 a chance to take part in a range of sports, including events for young people with disabilities whilst receiving free coaching. The free training sessions start from April, and are led by local sports clubs that offer participants a chance to play their chosen sport after the Games have finished. Participants selected to represent the borough compete with teams from 10 other Surrey boroughs and districts on the finals weekend of 13-14 June at Surrey Sports Park in Guildford.


This month at the Epsom Playhouse

Another month choc full of entertainment (quite appropriate as Easter is coming up fast)!

For full information and to make a booking online visit or call (01372) 742555 / 742227 or find us on Twitter, Facebook and Instragram @EpsomPlayhouse


Clare Teal and Her Trio
Thursday 5 March; 7.30pmTeal
As the hot bed of Teal creativity, award winning jazz vocalist and Radio 2 presenter Clare Teal’s concerts with her Trio are constantly evolving and renowned across the country for their fabulous arrangements interspersed with Clare’s warm and witty storytelling.

The Roy Orbison Story
Friday 6 March; 7.30pm
The one and only Barry Steele is set to put the rock back into ‘The Big O’ as he takes to the stage to commemorate this legend in the West End production ‘The Roy Orbison Story’. Get ready for an upbeat night of solid gold hits and contemporary genius as Barry and a fabulous cast of musicians and singers, celebrate the late 80s when The Big O was on the cusp of a phenomenal return to super stardom.

Epsom Symphony Orchestra Present – This Sceptered Isle
Saturday 7 March; 7.30pm
This classical music concert features Elgar's epic 2nd Symphony as well as Vaughan Williams beautiful arrangement of Greensleeves and Walton's dramatic Spitfire Prelude and Fugue. Multi-award winning Michael Foyle is one of the UK's top young violinists who will be performing Delius' beguiling and sensuous Violin Concerto.

ELO Experience
Friday 13 March; 7.30pm
The legacy left by Jeff Lynne and the Electric Light Orchestra barely needs any introduction – suffice to say that between 1972 and 1986 they achieved more combined UK and US top 40 hits than any other band on the planet! '10538 Overture', 'Evil Woman', 'Living Thing', 'Diary of Horace Wimp', Don't Bring me Down' and of course 'Mr Blue Sky' went on to become the soundtrack of generations.

Legend – Bob Marley
Saturday 14 March; 7.30pm
When you think Reggae, there is only one name that comes to your mind. Legend, the music of Bob Marley is an unforgettable evening celebrating this musical icon in one fantastic stage show extravaganza. Combining his superb, distinctive vocals with flawless musicianship, and a supremely talented cast.

Bye Bye BabyBoys
Saturday 28 March; 7.30pm
Bye Bye Baby are a jaw-dropping tribute to the musical phenomenon ‘Jersey Boys’ and the timeless, iconic music of ‘Frankie Valli & the Four Seasons’. Incredible four part harmonies, roof raising falsetto complete with energetic and stylish choreography ensures that Bye Bye Baby is a show that will make it a night remember! Includes 31 of Valli’s greatest hits including Sherry, December ’63 (Oh What a Night), Grease, Can’t Take My Eyes off You, Beggin’, Working My Way Back to You, and many more!

Epsom and Ewell Schools Music Festival
Tuesday 31 March and Wednesday 1 April; 5pm
This music festival has been organised by the Borough Opportunities which is a part of the Collaborative Learning Teaching School Alliance. It is a fantastic opportunity to see children from the Epsom and Ewell schools showcase their singing talents.

Magic of the Beatles
Thursday 2 April; 7.30pm
This highly acclaimed show is currently touring worldwide appearing at various theatres, festivals and corporate events and picking up thousands of rave reviews from Beatles fans and music critics along the way! The two hour spectacular features all of the classic songs of the fab four from 'Love Me Do' to 'Let It Be'.


Patrick Monahan: Started From the Bottom, Now I’m Here
Saturday 7 March; 8pm
Smart and funny observations on a new found, middle class lifestyle with ski holidays, through the prism of poor, immigrant, living-in-a-caravan roots.

Geoff Norcott: Taking Liberties
Thursday 12 March; 8pm
Following a stint on TV in shows such as The Mash ReportLive at the Apollo and Mock the Week, Geoff Norcott’s unique brand of provocative stand-up is hitting the road again, where he will be Taking Liberties.


Shrek the Musical
Tuesday 17 – Saturday 21 March; 7.30pm (Saturday 21 March; 1pm and 6pm)
Based on the Oscar-winning DreamWorks Animation film, the Epsom Players brings the fairy-tale to life in this all-singing, all-dancing, visually-spectacular musical comedy. With all-new songs, and an old favourite in "I'm a Believer", this spectacular musical presents a treasure trove of adventure, laughter, romance and fun for the whole family.

The Sooty Showsooty
Sunday 22 March; 11am and 2.30pm
Direct from their hit TV series, Sooty, Sweep and Soo (and Richard Cadell) will amaze you with impossible tricks and side splitting jokes! Be astounded at Sooty's flying car, Soo’s singing unicorn and Sweep’s levitating sausage! With special guests circus star Michael Jordan and the ultraviolet specialties of Fantasie de la Nuit. A spectacular treat for the whole family – including a chance to meet Richard and Sooty after the show


Explore Epsom and Ewell

Get closer to nature and enjoy the outdoors with our various guided walks. Explore your 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.  

Countryside guided walksEpsom Common Great Pond and Grazing area

History of Epsom Common
Sunday 15 March; 1pm – 4pm
Discover over a thousand years of this reserve's fascinating history on an afternoon stroll with one of our Countryside team. Please meet at Stew Pond Car Park at 1pm, located off Christchurch Road.

Bluebell walk in Horton Country Park
Sunday 19 April; 2pm
Enjoy the beauty of spring on this walk through the wood of Horton Country Park with one of our Countryside team. Meet at the Information Centre at 2pm.

The green leaves of the bluebells are starting to carpet Pond Wood in Pond Wood, Horton Country Park. The Friends of Horton Country Park are urging everyone visiting the local nature reserve to please keep to the main surfaced paths and keep dogs on leads around the woodland to avoid trampling them. No horses are allowed in Pond Wood. Please don't follow the deer tracks which lead in to the woodland. Some of these have been followed over the years and now rather than a narrow deer track, there is a wide path and whole strips of bluebells have now been lost by this trampling effect. Don't forget to join in on the Bluebell walk in April!

All guided walks are with a member of our countryside team and take approximately 2.5-3 hours and can cover up to 3 miles. Walks cost £5 per adult, £2.50 per child (16yrs or under). No pre-booking required. Please wear appropriate clothing. Stout boots for walks and a raincoat when it’s wet. Please leave your dog at home on walks that involve looking for animals; otherwise they are welcome on a lead. Please note that walks may be subject to cancellation due to poor weather conditions.

To book a place please contact one of our Countryside Team, email: phone: 01372 732000 or visit  

Epsom and Ewell health walks

Epsom and Ewell health walks cater for all abilities. There are shot beginners walks on Mondays for those who are just getting back into exercise. There are also hour long walks on Wednesdays and Sundays for anyone who would like to walk a little further and at a faster pace. Walks are free and there is no need to book. You can just turn up at your chosen venue and join in.

View/download the Winter programme of walks January - March 2020

Epsom Common Association (ECA)

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.
Nature walks
ECA organise 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 see:
The EcoVols
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:

Bourne Hall Museum Kids Club

Blitzed Britain
Saturday 14 March; 1pm - 2.30pm

During the Blitz 32,000 civilians were killed and 87,000 were seriously injured. How did people live with this death from the air? What could you do to help you survive? Meet an Air Raid Warden and discover how to stay alive.

Easter holiday activities!

Cave painting
Wednesday 8 April; 11am-12pm and 2pm-3pm(two identical sessions)

In the deep time of prehistory early men crawled down into the darkest caves and used light from primitive candles to paint pictures of themselves and the animals they hunted.They left behind a vivid record of their way of life and some clues of what they believed in. Discover how and why these paintings were created. Then by flickering light try to create your own cave painting in our very own ‘caves’. Spaces are limited to 16 per session, so book early to avoid disappointment.

Who wants to be an archaeologist?
Thursday 9 April; 1pm - 2.30pm

A fantastic opportunity for all budding archaeologists to unlock the mysteries of the past. Find out how objects are used to date sites and how documentary and other evidence help us paint a picture of the past. Learn about environmental archaeology and what you can tell from bones, pollen, and even snails. Handle objects from the deep time of prehistory through medieval times and even up to WW2, and try sand tray archaeology.  Spaces are limited to 16 per session, so book early to avoid disappointment.

Florence Nightingale, the Lady with the Lamp 
Saturday 18 April; 1pm - 2.30pm

Discover how one remarkable woman changed the face of nursing forever. Learn how Florence changed everything and saved lives. 

Kids Club sessions cost £5 each per child (includes 1 accompanying adult) unless where stated. Bourne Hall Museum Kids Club is for young people 8+ who love history. To book your place or for further information please contact David Brooks, Bourne Hall Museum, Spring Street, Ewell, Surrey, KT17 1UF. Tel: 020 8394 1734. Email: Visit What's On at:

Energize Epsom and Ewell

DYK: Leisure Listings is a free online directory of leisure facilities and organisations within Epsom and Ewell. To promote your club or organisation please visit and complete a permissions form.

For sport opportunities taking place across the borough visit our website - There's something for everyone!RAC

Royal Automobile Club Sporting Scholarships
The purpose of the Club's Scholarships is to support talented young sportspeople with sustained mentoring and coaching. Three scholarships will be available for 2020.

What is on offer?
The Royal Automobile Club will provide 20 hours of free one-to-one coaching at its Woodcote Park facilities in Epsom, conducted by the Club's sports professionals. Scholars are also able ot apply for grants to contribute towards the costs of competing at a high level, including for purchasing specialist equipment, travel and accommodation necessary to take part in a competition and competition entry fees.

When to apply?
Applications must be recieved by 5pm on Sunday 15 March and the results will be announced in April 2020. The coaching will take place to a schedule agreed between and scholar and their coach but must be completed by the end of 2020.

Who is eligible?
Applicants must:
- be competing at county level or above, or have the clear potential to
- be born between 1 January 2003 and 1 January 2009
- live, go to school or college, or be a member of a sports club (for the sport they are seeking a scholarship in) which is located within five miles of Woodcote Park (KT18 7EW) or within the borough of Epsom and Ewell.

How to apply?
Pease email: for more information and an application form. For more info see: 

Easter Camps!

Ebbisham Sports Club
Mondays 30 March & 6 April and Tuesday 14 April; 9am - 3.30pm
Ebbisham Sports Club, Eastway, Epsom KT19 8SG
Fun and sociable for juniors aged 7-14 years, beginners and improvers, members and non-members. Learn and play 7 different rackets sports in one day - badminton, squash, racketball, tennis, touch-tennis, table-tennis and pickleball (from America!) - with friendly and professional Coaches. Contact Ebbisham Office on 01372 720647 or email for flyer or more info or to book a place on a first come, first served basis – places limited.
Non-Members: £30 per day or £27 per day for 2-3 days
Members:  £25 per day or £22 per day for 2-3 days
(booked and paid for in advance)StartasticGymnastics
For more info see: visit: or call Ebbisham Sports Club on 01372 720647 or email:

Startastic Gymnastics
Friday 17 April; 9am - 3pm
Rosebery School, Epsom KT18 7NQ
Come and Join us for our Easter Gymnastics Camp - six hours of fun training on bar, beam, floor, vault, trampette and even some trampolining! For school aged children upwards - we can welcome non-members as well so get your child to bring a friend along. Cost: £30 per child. To book please use the links below:
Open Gymnastics Camp:
UKG/IAIGC Training Camp:

Startastic Gymnastics year round classes at Rosebery School, Epsom
Gymnastics, Parkour and Trampolining classes four days of a week with classes from pre-schoolers to teenagers, there is something for everyone! Alongside general gymnastics classes, there are equipment specific classes too. Starts at £30 a month.

Extra day of classes from February 2020:
Bar and Beam 5pm - 6pm and 6pm - 7pm
Floor and Vault focus class 5pm - 7pm
Beginners Parkour 5pm - 6pm
Intermediate Parkour 6pm -7pm

For more information about these classes see: or; call Caroline Dennison or Stacey Oliver on  07896 431 885 or email

The Jam Place – Girls active – Teenagers Dance Class
Wednesdays 5pm - 6pm
Rainbow Leisure Centre, East Street, Epsom, KT17 1BN
Dance class for teenagers age 13-19. Funded by Active Surrey and Sports England this class is for all teenagers (boys are welcome) learning all styles of dance and also strengthening and toning in a relaxed and friendly atmosphere. Only £3. For more info visit, contact: Helen McNee on 07870192266 or email: info@thejamplace.comTaekwondo

Epsom Gymnastics and Trampoline Club classes
Rainbow Leisure Centre, East Street, Epsom, KT17 1BN
Cost: £6.65 - £9.90. For more info visit:; email Emma Roussac-Evans at:

Predator Taekwondo CIC - Taekwondo classes
Fridays 6.30pm - 7.30pm; Stamford Green School, Epsom
Sundays 10am - 12noon; Sunday Concord Hall, Epsom
Olympic Sport Taekwondo, martial arts, sefl defence. Cost: £5 per session. For more info visit or contact Mark Hayward on 07711103591 or email:

Ewell Village Bowling Club Open Days
Saturday 2 May and Sunday 5 July; 11am - 4pm
Gibraltar Recreation Ground, West Street, Ewell KT17 1XU
The Club looks forward to welcoming new members. Ewell Village Bowling Club is a friendly club with members of all ages and abilities. Set in the heart of Ewell Village and close to West Ewell Railway station, the picturesque green is conveniently situated with ample parking for those who wish to drive. Allocated spaces are available for disable bowlers.The club has a packed itinerary of friendly and league matches with other clubs in the area as well as many internal competitions and numerous social events. During the winter months we have various activities in our clubhouse to allow members to keep in touch. New members pay a reduced first year fee and receive free qualified coaching. Social membership is also available.
If you are interested in giving bowls a go then please come down to our Open Days and have a go at Bowls with our qualified coaches ready to help you get started. We have plenty of bowls for you to borrow and would just ask that you wear flat shoes (trainers are ideal). If you can’t make those dates then pop along on a Monday or Friday (from 11 May) at 2pm when we have our informal roll ups and we can get you started then.


Epsom markets


Held in the Market Place by The Clock Tower in Epsom, there's something for everyone!

The traditional Epsom Market takes place on Thursdays and Saturdays 9am - 4pm and features varied stalls from fruit and vegetables, clothes, hardware, fabric, pet foods, flowers, seafood, shoes and other speciality goods, they all offer something special for free: a welcoming smile!

Epsom Vegan Market: Next on Sunday 28 March - takes place on the fourth Sunday of the month from 10.30am - 3.30pm, the go to market for all things vegan and more! For further info and a list of traders see:

Epsom Farmer's Market: Next on Sunday 5 April- takes place on the first Sunday of the month from 9.30am - 1.30pm, this market is a treasure trove of fresh, tasty and attractive local produce. To find out more, come to the market! For more info visit -

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