In this week’s Epsom and Ewell Talking Newspaper local news section, for the two weeks ending 24th March, we begin with a reminder to be very alert to being tricked, with news of a parking scam.
We hear about Epsom’s response to the collection point in the Ashley Centre for local donations for the Ukraine being run by the new charity Surrey Stands with Ukraine.
We have details of inclusive swimming lessons for children with disabilities that have been launched in Sutton, managed by Everyone Active, in partnership with Surrey County Council, at Westcroft Leisure Centre with Level Water providing the specialised training.
In other news The Horton Arts Centre has been shortlisted for this year’s Surrey Heritage Awards; and Surrey Heartlands has launched a new Heart Beetz campaign to help people choose the right NHS service.
We have the latest news on the Boundary Commission’s final recommendations for changes in the Epsom and Ewell constituency which proposes changes to all local boundaries in most wards and under the proposals the consitituency will have fewer councillors.
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