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Epsom and Ewell Talking Newspaper local news section for the two weeks ending 1st September 2022 includes advice on the cost of energy, details of a new bus service and the wonderful Epsom Jazz Club’s Autumn programme.
We have a story on how the success of the South West London Orthepedic (swleoc) centre in Epsom led to a visit by outgoing Prime Minister Boris Johnson.
We have the story of an honour paid to The Friends of Horton Cemetery on the launch of their Out of Sight Out of Mind project, supported by Historic England and King’s College London, to remember the 9000 patients buried in Europe’s largest asylum cemetery.
We have details of an on-demand electric bus service Mole Valley Connect, a door to door service across a wide area including Epsom Hospital. In other news, we have the reaction of Chessigton World of Adventures to being within the Transport For London (TFL) border for the Ultra Low Emmissions Zone (ULEZ).
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For more information on the hosepipe ban, visit Thames Water
For information visit Horton Cemetery.
For details visit the ASB HELP Pledge
For full details of the autumn programme visit Epsom Jazz Club
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