Local News week of 24th May 2021

In this week’s Epsom and Ewell Talking Newspaper’s local news section, we begin with news of a new charity The Swail House Association for the Visually Impaired which aims to provide social and recreational activities for visually impaired and local residents. We have the latest planning news about a controvisial high-rise development in Epsom and how to have your say on plans to change council boundaries which propose to reduce the number of councillors to represent Epsom and Ewell. We have news about a new Mayor, Epsom’s entry to the South Eastern Bloom competion and how you can enter the virtual Round the Borough Hike and Bike event. We also have news about this year’s Epsom Derby and the return of Music in the Marketplace. We have several fundraising stories: one by the winner of the Grand National and a story about a campaign to Fight Lyme disease with the help of the Anglo-American band SQUARE HALO who have launched an albumn to raise awareness We have many more intresting stories and news so please make sure to listen and share with friends who are visually impaired or have difficulty reading the news.

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Contact Information for this week’s news stories

To contact Swali House Association Visually Impaired email swailhouseassociation@gmail.com or call 07711659851.

Visit the Fight Lyme Now Campaign Facebook page and listen to SQUARE HALO

For more information on the boundary changes consultation for Epsom and Ewell Borough Council visit Local Govrnment Boundary Commission for Epsom and Ewell

For more information about Epsom in Bloom visit the Epsom in Bloom Facebook page and Instagram Epsom in Bloom

For more information about Epsom’s virtual bike event or to enter visit Round the Borough Hike and Bike

For more information or to donate visit Shooting Star Children’s Hospices

Stop Hate Helpline 08088010661


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

Local community information is available from the community websites: Epsom and Ewell borough council, Surrey Heartlands and Go Epsom.