Hobbies & Interests
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Arty Crafty Toddler Classes
Are you looking for an arts, craft and messy play activity class for you toddler without the hassle cleaning up?
Then the Art Crafty Toddler classes will provide you with just that, your toddler will have fun and play using their senses to discover their creativity.
For you there will be no tidying up just coffee or tea and adult conversation!!!
For more details on my classes please visit the Facebook page or contact me by emailing email@example.com
Bells don’t ring themselves! St Martin (Monday) and Christ Church (Wednesday) ringers are always pleased to welcome visitors at their weekly practice nights.
Please come up to the ringing room (when the bells have stopped) to see what we do or if you are interested in learning to ring.
Bell Ringing is great fun! There are about 40,000 bellringers in the UK, and 40,000 people can’t be wrong! With that many ringers, it’s a great hobby socially too. No matter where you go in the UK, you’re never far from a tower with bells and a band of ringers who will welcome you – including the pub afterwards!
All sorts of people are ringers. Many people seem to think that you have to be musical or perhaps mathematically-minded to ring, which isn’t true at all. We certainly don’t conform to any stereotype – most of us don’t even look all that much like Quasimodo!
Some people seem to think that you need to be quite strong to ring the bells, and this isn’t true either. Some bells can weigh just under a ton, which sounds a lot heavier than it feels! Not all ringers are churchgoers or religious either.
The initial bellringing training takes several weeks, after which learners can begin to ring with the rest of the band. Regular attendance at your chosen tower will be advisable to maintain progress.
Ringers come from all walks of life and we can teach anybody over 10 years old!
Hello, I am an experienced counsellor working in Epsom, Surrey, I work with adults, adolescents and children and can help with a range of issues including anxiety, stress, depression, bereavement, relationships, abuse, parenting issues, womens issues, gender, sexuality, eating disorders, confidence, to name but a few. Contact me on 07795 144296 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to find our more or to chat through your requirements.
Epsom & Ewell History & Archaeology Society is the local history, archaeology and conservation society for the Epsom and Ewell area of Surrey. It was founded in 1960 by people who had recently taken part in a major excavation of Henry VIII's Nonsuch Palace in Ewell. Its aims are to encourage interest in the archaeology and history of the area and to ensure that local buildings and objects of historical significance are preserved. By joining us you will learn more about the history of our area and have the satisfaction of contributing towards its protection.
We have a lecture on the first Wednesday of each month at St. Mary's Church Hall in Ewell on a variety of historical or archaeological subjects; we also arrange visits and social events, and encourage research and publication,
Registered Charity No. 259221
Epsom Camera Club meet weekly (September - May) on a Monday evening at the Longmead Centre, Epsom.
This friendly and active club enjoy competitions, outings, exhibitions, workshops and more.....
New member enquiries welcome - please email us or visit our website for further information.
The Epsom Common Allotments Society (ECAS) represents plotholders at the council managed Epsom Common allotment site. We organise workshops, discount buying schemes for seeds, manure deliveries to the site, social events and produce a monthly newsletter. For more details about our activities please visit our website: http://www.surreycommunity.info/ecas/ or email us at: email@example.com. For more information about allotments in Epsom and Ewell Borough please visit the Council's website: http://www.epsom-ewell.gov.uk/residents/venues-sport-and-leisure-facilities/allotments
Founded in 1903, the WEA (Workers' Educational Association) is a not-for-profit, government-funded charity dedicated to lifelong learning. Across Surrey we provide courses in partnership with East Surrey College, Active Surrey and many others to offer courses in wellbeing, literacy, numeracy, dance and fitness, employability and much more to anyone aged over 19. For more details please email firstname.lastname@example.org or visit www.wea.org.uk.