As well as many local news stories this week, we have information about the current public consultation launched by Epsom and Ewell Borough Council’s regarding their draft diversity, equality and inclusion framework. The aims of the framework are to ensure they do not discriminate or disadvantage any group in the community but promote opportunities for all. We also have the audio version of Jan Collier’s description of this year’s Armistice Day in Epsom.
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Equality, diversity and inclusion
The Epsom and Ewell Borough Council’s public consultation seeks your views on their draft equality, diversity and inclusion framework. The framework explains their commitment to equality across all aspects of the council’s work within the following three themes:
1. Developing inclusive communities and creating community cohesion
2. Engagement and accessible services
3. Workforce inclusivity
The consultation remains open until the 6th December 2020, for more information and to take part visit Epsom and Ewell Consultations.
For more details of Ruth Markus’ Malawi charity, visit the AMECA charity website.
Anytime Fitness Epsom Foodbank
If you want to put money towards the Anytime Fitness Epsom Foodbank fundraiser or reach out to the food bank for their help, you can do so by visiting GoFundMe
Covid-19 Community Champion
The Children’s Trust Charity
For more information about the BBC Lifeline appeal contact The Children’s Trust charity
Epsom Craft and Gift Market with @FollyFairs
The monthly @FollyFairs Gift Market begins on the 13th December 2020
The Best Dressed Christmas tree
For more information and to enter the Best Dressed Christmas tree competion visit the Rotary club of Epsom competition website before the 26th December 2020.
Book a Call with Santa
The Ashley Centre Epsom’s Book a Call with Santa
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Many of these news articles, come from various sources and can be read in the local Surrey and Epsom Comet including updates from the Surrey Live website, the Epsom and Ewell Borough Council, the Rotary club of Epsom, the Best of Epsom and Ewell and the Ashley Centre websites, newletters or emails.