Local news 22nd March 2021

In this week’s local news section of the Epsom and Ewell Talking Newspaper, we have exciting information about how to enter the Epsom Rotary Epsom and Ewell Showcase talent contest. We have an update about the Emily Davison Wilding sculpture to be installed in Epsom town centre and news about a pop up art exhibition by an artist supported by The Horton Arts and Heritage Centre. We have some useful health information about the new out of hours mental health service Safe Havens and a charity project that “promotes physical and mental well being through learning and activities” Kingston-Eco-op as well as information about the Epsom Downs vaccination centre relocation in May. We hope you enjoy listening to these and the many other news and stories in this week’s episode of the local news.

Audio News

To listen to this week’s audio news click the Play button

Contact Information for this week’s news stories

For more information or to enter the Epsom Rotary talent contest visit Epsom and Ewell Showcase or telephone 01372 813679

For more information about the new arts and heritage centre and the exhibition visit Portraits of the Unremembered Art Exhibition

To find out more about the Emily Davison statue visit Emily Davison Memorial Project or their Facebook page Emily Davison Memorial Project FB

For more information and contact details about the new Epsom out of hours mental health crisis service visit Safe Haven Epsom.

For more information about the Kingston Eco-op charity project, providing learning services for vulnerable and disabled adults visit Kingston Eco-op

For details of the relocation of the coronavirus vaccination centre visit Coronavirus (COVID-19) Vaccination Centre update

For queries about the Census call the freephone number 0800 141 2021 or visit Census 2021.

Sources

The weekly news is just one of three sections of the Epsom and Ewell as described on the About Us page.

Many of these news articles, come from various sources and this week’s can be read in the local Surrey and Epsom Comet and Surrey Live.

Local community information is available afrom the Epsom and Ewell Borough council community magazine Epsom Borough Insight and the community website Best of Epsom and Ewell.