In a week that marks a year since the first lockdown we have a story of remembrance in Epsom Hospital rainbow of reflection and news about a Royal visit to Headley Court Seacole Centre, both from Leatherhead Living. Our stories this week have an historical theme, including when the branch of Citizens Advice Epsom and Ewell opened 80 years ago. We also have several recent local planning stories some with an historical context such as the history of Horton Cemetary and preservation of the site, from Epsom Civic Society. We finish with exciting news about how to buy tickets for Theo the Magician’s Magic show when you donate to the Epsom’s Casey Ward appeal. We hope you enjoy these and other news stories in this special Easter episode and wish you a safe and enjoyable Easter holiday.
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To read any of the life stories about people who spent time at the Epsom Cluster of Asylums, of more information visit Friends of Horton Cemetery.
To donate and buy tickets for the Casey Ward Magic Show on April 10 visit Casey Ward Magic Carpet Appeal or call 01372 735 262. Then email firstname.lastname@example.org with your contact details, the number of children participating, and their ages
Parents and pupils who come across the possibly dangerous gummy bear sweets are being urged to contact authorities on 101 or 999
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To ensure that you don’t miss out on Epsom and Ewell Talking Newspaper during the Easter holiday period we have produced this episode a week early.