Local News week of 10th May 2021

In this week’s Epsom and Ewell Talking Newspaper local news section, we have many stories with a police and crime theme, including those of the arrest of the culprit responsible for the mysterious felling of a number of trees, modern slavery arrests in Epsom and the recovery of vehicles, dogs and 89 rubber ducks!

We have a story about a man and a women who, themselves helped by the SPEAR London homeless charity, have received awards for their volunteer work and news about a Women’s Aid and Railways initutive Rail to Refuge helping anyone affected by domestic abuse.

We have news about this year’s online Banham Marsden March at Home for the Oak Cancer Centre, sponsered by the Royal Marsden cancer charity.

We also have news of the reopening of the Rose Theatre Kingston and details of this year’s Nonsuch Town and Country Show 2021 with a long list of attractions and activities, as well a story about the opening of the worlld’s first ‘floating’ SKY POOL at the Embassy Gardens London.

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Contact Information for this week’s news stories

For more information visit the SPEAR homeless charity

For information about the Women’s Aid and Railways initutive visit Rail to Refuge

For more information and how to register visit Banham Marsden March at Home

For more information and tickets visit the Rose Theatre Kingston

For more information and tickets visit Nonsuch Town and Country Show 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 online Get surrey Surrey News.

Local community information is available from the community website The Best of Epsom and Ewell