Latest News In Epsom

29th Jun 2017
12:19pm

School to hold summer fair with mega slide and teacher splatting this weekend

Pupils can splat their teachers this weekend as a Stoneleigh primary school holds its summer fair.
29th Jun 2017
12:13pm

Schoolchildren are having to walk through gardens to avoid flooding

Children have been walking through gardens and garages on the way to school to avoid the water after a leaking pipe flooded a footpath.
29th Jun 2017
10:08am

Walking tour of Horton Country Park this weekend

Ramblers can learn about the history and wildlife of Horton Country Park during a walking tour this weekend.
29th Jun 2017
9:56am

Driver ‘knocks woman to the ground and racially abuses her’ in suspected road rage attack

A woman was left bruised and distressed after allegedly being knocked to the ground by a car in a ‘road rage incident’.
29th Jun 2017
9:54am

Learn about future of Mole Valley at Duck Race

Want to learn about how you can have your say on the future of Mole Valley while watching plastic ducks race down a river?
29th Jun 2017
8:15am

Southern Rail cut quarter of train services as latest industrial action begins

Southern Rail have cut a quarter of its rail services as an overtime ban by train driver's union ASLEF begins.
28th Jun 2017
2:28pm

New partnership Transport for the South East will ‘transform the transport network' in the south east

Surrey County Council has announced today that a new partnership aims to ‘transform the transport network’ for the public and businesses by top leaders from across the South East.
28th Jun 2017
2:24pm

‘Robust’ fire safety systems in place in council housing stock and venues, spokesman confirms

No council properties in Epsom and Ewell have combustible cladding similar to that on Grenfell Tower, a spokesman has confirmed.
28th Jun 2017
12:35pm

Bin men vote to strike amid claims council breached contract agreement

Rubbish could soon start piling up in Reigate and Banstead after bin men voted to strike amid claims the council broke an agreement by varying staff contracts.
28th Jun 2017
12:07pm

Residents campaign for increased accessibility between station and park other side of main road

Long-suffering residents are campaigning to have ramps or a tunnel built to increase accessibility near a busy stretch of road that pedestrians cross every minute during peak commuter hours.
28th Jun 2017
12:02pm

Cyclist airlifted to hospital after crash with ‘tarmac lorry’

A cyclist has been airlifted to hospital with serious injuries after being hit by a lorry ‘loaded with tarmac’.
28th Jun 2017
11:00am

'There’s nothing there': A mum has spoken out about the lack of support for disabled children

A campaign to highlight the challenges faced by parents with disabled children has been launched after research found confidence in health and social care services are at an all-time low.

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