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Epsom Thursday and Saturday markets

Thursday and Saturday markets are back at Epsom Market Place! The change to government guidance, allows stallholders to sell their full range of goods, read more here: https://bit.ly/2ArZcQq 

For government guidance see: https://bit.ly/3cz9s72

To keep stallholders and public as safe as possible please follow the socially distancing queuing system in place at each market stall. Stallholders will be regularly using hand sanitiser, and cleaning where appropriate. Shoppers are encouraged to only handle items they intend to purchase and to pay via contactless where they can and when it's available.

Please remember #socialdistancing whilst shopping for essentials, make sure you stay 2 metres apart from others: www.gov.uk/coronavirus

Epsom markets

Epsom Vegan Market

The monthly Epsom Vegan Market is back on Sunday 28 June in Epsom Market Place. For more info and list of traders see the Surrey Vegan Market Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/surreyveganevents/

The Epsom Vegan market takes place on the fourth Sunday of the month from 10.30am - 3.30pm, the go to market for all things vegan and more! See: https://www.surreyvegan.co.uk/epsom.html

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Epsom Farmers' Market

Epsom Farmer's Market is next on Sunday 5 July at Epsom Market Place. For more info and list of traders see the Surrey Farmers' Markets Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/SurreyFarmersMarkets/

The Epsom Farmers' Market 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 - http://www.surreymarkets.co.uk/epsom-market/

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The Derby

4 July

This year, the Investec Derby and supporting card, will be run behind closed doors. While this will necessitate the exclusion of the public from parts of Epsom Downs for 24 hours, in reality the Downs will be available to the public for more time than if the Derby had been run in the traditional way.

While we understand the temptation for local residents to try and see elements of the races from vantage points, we urge you not to. The best way to support the event and our historic heritage, to protect your health and the safety of others and to not unnecessary burden essential services is to stay at home watch the races on ITV or one of the racing channels.

Derby 1856

The Derby in around 1856 - no need for social distancing (although on examination, perhaps there should have been)!

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