The EETN has recently launched a secure website to ensure that when you are viewing our website the link from the internet to your computer is secure. We apologise for some recent technical problems. Most website are now using “https” secure website addresses. A padlock will be displayed in the URL address bar if you are visiting the secure website.
A padlock will not show if you are visiting the original EETN website “http://eetn.org.uk/”. To change to and visit our secure website click EETN secure website.
Alternatively, you can either enter the full address manually “https://eetn.org.uk/” in the website URL address bar.
Screen reader users
Apologies to our screen reader users, as there are so many variations it is difficult to give advice on how to check whether you are currently visiting the EETN original website or the new EETN secure website. To visit the secure website click EETN secure website.
The Epsom and Ewell Talking newspaper would like to wish a very Happy New Year to all our listeners, volunteers and supporters. May we take this opportunity to extend our thanks to you all, including our chair Judy Sarssam, all our committee members, readers and studio support volunteers. With special thanks to Jan Collier who has brought us interesting and informative interviews and articles throughout 2018.
We would also like to extend our thanks to Neil Dallen, Mayor of Epsom and Ewell for choosing the EETN as one of his charities for 2018-2019. We look forward to many more exciting fundraising events in 2019, beginning with a curry night on Wednesday the 6th February 2019 at the Everest spice. Please email for details email@example.com
The Epsom and Ewell Talking News would like to thank our Chairman Judy Sarssam and all the volunteers who contributed to the success of the EETN hat stall at the Epsom Derby Festival party night. As it’s national volunteer week, we would also like to take this opportunity to say a BIG THANK YOU to all our amazing volunteers who contribute to the recording and publishing of the EETN each week as well as all those who support us.
Our hat stall organisers Jan and husband Rob Taylor
If you live in Epsom or the surrounding area and would like to volunteer please Contact us or visit the Volunteering website to see how you could get involved nationally.