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This year, the 241st running of the Investec Derby will take place in an unprecedented way. For the first time in its history the World’s Greatest Flat Race will be staged behind closed doors, due to the current COVID19 pandemic restrictions. There will be no public access to the racecourse, the outer enclosures or to the Hill.
Local Magician Theo has a great way for you to raise funds at your school.
This year’s Epsom Playhouse pantomime, Peter Pan, has made the shortlist for the ‘best show’ in the national Great British Pantomime Awards.
Over 4,300 metres of footpaths in Horton Country Park have now been resurfaced, funded by contributions from the Community Infrastructure Levy, money raised from developers as part of the planning permission for developments within the borough.
Going, going, gone for dinner! If you’ve got an eye for a bargain, then make sure you snap this one up!
Bourne Hall Museum Kids’ Club has always prided itself in trying to get the best speakers – re-enactors who are both fun and entertaining.
Pantomime is often seen as something quaint, something utterly British, but its origins lie in warmer climes. It developed from the Italian street theatre of the Commedia dell’arte in the 16th Century, with comedic moments, stock characters and great physicality.
Read the latest news from The Mary Frances Trust - with lots of activities and news about their 25 year celebrations
Rainbow Leisure Centre & Spa operated by Better, the customer facing brand of charitable social enterprise GLL, and in partnership with Epsom & Ewell Borough Council are extremely excited to announce the launch of a brand new play park at the facility.
The very popular Museum Kids Club has some great events lined up in the coming months.
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