Posted by Francesca De Franco on 30 May 2024

As we head into June, the summer events are in full swing with lots of fairs, festivals, workshops and history events; all kicking off with the annual sporting highlight that is the Epsom Derby.

Derby Weekend at Epsom Social 

If you’re looking for a place to soak up the Derby atmosphere with food and drinks then look no further than Epsom Social.  Uptown Flava will be grilling up a storm from 4pm until late on the terrace on Friday, 31st May (Ladies Day) and beers will be available midday to 11pm. They’ll be there all day on Derby Day on Saturday, 1st June.

Inside the kitchens will be open as usual with a full bar. Your destination in Epsom before, during and after the races!

Derby Day @ The Ginistry

Head to The Ginistry before and after the racing on Derby Day (Saturday, June 1st) for brunch and after party! With the extended garden and the sun shining (hopefully🤞🏼) it’ll be the place to be.

Breakfast bap and Prosecco or a hot drink for £12 from 10:30am then continuing through the evening with live music and a Dj.

Entry is free all day with an extended license till 2am.

Ewell Community Cinema – Moulin Rouge 

St Mary’s Church is hosting its Ewell Community Cinema to watch Moulin Rouge on Saturday, June 1st (6.30pm-11pm). The £10 ticket include a glass of fizz. There’s also a licensed bar.

Book tickets here.

Ewell Village Artisan Market 

The popular Ewell Village Artisan Market returns to its usual home of The Grove, Ewell Village for Saturday, 1st June.

A showcase for local businesses, products and producers, you’ll be treated to an array of goods including: wooden hand crafted gifts and toys, art, decor and vintage items; homewares, honey and beeswax products, handmade jewellery, fresh pastries and artisan breads; speciality coffee, award-winning preserves, herbs and spices; ladies clothing and accessories; handmade soap, body butters and vegan skincare products, bamboo eco-friendly products and more!

Ashtead Library 

Head to Ashtead Library on Saturday, 1st June for the final Mad Science Event of 2024. If you missed out in February, or if you just want to have another go, now is your chance to secure yourself a spot. Spaces normally go quickly for this event, so don’t delay, email them today:

Stoneleigh Library Lego Club

There’s a free Lego club on the first Saturday of the month, from 10.30 am to 11.30 am at Stoneleigh Library with a huge selection of Lego to choose from. The club is aimed at families with children aged 5-12. Meetings are held in the Community Room with a different theme each month for the creations and constructions.

The next one is on Saturday, 1st June and the theme is Transport & Travel.

This free activity requires booking in advance via Eventbrite. Children under 8 years old must be accompanied by a parent/carer. A place should be booked for all attendees, including adults. Bookings can be made up to two weeks prior to the event.

Book your free tickets for June via Eventbrite now.

Derby Weekend Sunday Special – Family fun at Epsom Social 

On Sunday, 2nd June (12pm-4pm) the fun continues with a free fun, family event.

From family trivia to creating their very own fascinator and giant board games, bubbles and chalk fun – there’s plenty to keep the little ones entertained.

Science Museum Live 2024 @ Epsom Playhouse 

On Sunday, 2nd June (2.30pm), join London’s world-renowned Science Museum as they bring you this brand-new stage production aimed at igniting your curiosity, fuelling your imagination, and inspiring you in new and exciting ways.

Produced by Mark Thompson Productions in partnership with London’s Science Museum this unmissable family show will ensure to capture the fascination of the whole family whilst learning something new and exciting too.

For more details and booking go to: 

Epsom Camera Club June Exhibition

The Epsom Camera Club June Exhibition is taking place at The Horton on Tuesday, 4th – Saturday, 15th June.

The FREE exhibition features the work of club members ranging from those relatively new to photography to those with established reputations. The work is displayed in both print and digital formats. You will see a wide variety of imagery from landscape to street photography, wildlife and flowers as well as sports and abstract art. There is always something to inspire and challenge you. Members of the club are drawn from all walks of life and cover all age ranges from students to those enjoying retirement.

At times members will be on hand to answer questions and help members of the public with any queries they may have about their own cameras or photography.

More information here.

Milestone Fitness 

The next block of postnatal fitness classes starts Wednesday, 5th June – book your spot at Postnatal Strength now via the link: 

D-Day Beacon Lighting 

Head to Epsom Downs on Thursday, June 6th as Epsom’s beacon joins the national chain being lit to commemorate the 80th anniversary of Operation Overlord, also known as the D-Day Landings.

* 7pm: Grandstand opens with refreshments, fish & chips and entertainment
* 8.45-9pm: Gather at the beacon
* 9pm: Ceremony
* 9.10pm: Lone Piper
* 9.15pm: Beacon is lit

To read all about the national event go to:

Connect Café

After half term, Connect Café is moving to Epsom Family Centre on Pound Lane. The first session is on Thursday, 6th June (9.30am-11:00am) and continues every Thursday during term time.

Connect Café is a coffee morning for parents/carers of children with SEN to get together, have a hot drink, chat about their experiences and provide each other with support. It’s not a playgroup, but young children are welcome to come along.

Gin & Jazz @ Ginistry 

It’s Gin & Jazz at The Ginistry on Thursday, 6th June (7.30pm-10pm).

Book your table now:

Families at EMC – Stay and Play Course 

Bookings are open for the Families at EMC FREE four week Stay and Play course (first one Friday, 7th June) to support children’s communication and language development in the early years.

These fun, interactive sessions for the whole family will provide parents and carers with tools and activity ideas to help their little ones to communicate and build on their speech and language skills.

To book your place email Cara at

Epsom RDA Quiz Night 

On Friday, 7th June (6.30pm for a 7pm start) Epsom RDA is having a Quiz Night at Stamford Green School, Epsom KT19 8LU. Why not get your friends together and make up a team (of up to 8 people) or join a team on the night?

Tickets are £15 per person & include food (check out the early bird discount of £12.50 per person if you book before the end of May!). Drinks will be available to buy at the Bar and there’s a raffle too.

Check out: for more info and details of how to book

Celebrating George Michael 2024 @ Epsom Playhouse 

On Friday 7th, June acclaimed vocalist Steve Mitchell, and original Wham! bassist, Dave West, will be live in a concert celebrating the incredible career and catalogue of George Michael.

Performing George’s chart-topping solo hits such as Faith, Careless Whisper and Freedom, Steve and his 7-piece band will also perform the much-loved Wham! classics Wake Me Up Before You Go-Go, Everything She Wants, Club Tropicana and many, many more.

For more details and booking go to: 

Young People’s Chess Club – Stoneleigh Library 

Stoneleigh Library’s Chess Club meets on the second Saturday of the month (except for Christmas and the School Summer Holiday months) from 2.30 pm – 3.30 pm in the Community Room.

The next one is on: Saturday, 8th June.  

The informal sessions give children an opportunity to have fun playing and learning about chess together and to share tips and strategies on how to improve their game. Beginners are also very welcome.

Chess Club is for 8 to 16-year-olds. Children aged 7 are welcome to join in but will need an adult to stay with them. The sessions are supervised by one of their adult volunteers, sometimes helped by young volunteers aged 14 – 17 years.

Pre-booking is not necessary, just head along and join in.

It’s a FREE club with FREE refreshments for the children.

Ashtead Village Day 

It’s the Ashtead Village Day on Saturday, 8th June (11.30am -5pm). It’s £6 entry on the gate or purchase a programme in advance for £4, which will gain you entry.  The flyer has a list of the shops that will be selling programmes.

D-Day at Bourne Hall Museum Kids Club 

On Saturday, 8th June (1pm to 2.30pm) learn all about D-Day at Bourne Hall Museum Kids Club.

Midnight had not long struck when the British and American airborne armada began its mission in the moonlight on 6 June 1944. They landed at the edges of the five invasion areas on the Normandy coast to secure the western and eastern flanks of the beachheads and protect them from German attacks. Failure would have given Hitler the opportunity to initiate an eleventh-hour attempt to save Germany and launch his new V-weapons against British cities. Success meant the beginning of the end of WW2 and one of the
most important days in recent history. We meet an army doctor who will describe what happened, the problems he faced as part of the invasion, and the medical equipment he had to treat the wounded.

Cost £6 per child. Contact: David Brooks, Bourne Hall Museum, Spring Street, Ewell, Surrey, KT17 1UF.
Tel 020 8394 1734. Email

Ewell Court Library 10th Birthday Party 

Ewell Court Library is celebrating 10 years as a volunteer run community library on Saturday, 8th June (11am-2pm).

WI Cake Stall – delicious cakes at very reasonable prices -, find out about braille and British Sign Language – get your name printed in braille, and much, much more.

Summer Fun Afternoon 

Summer Fun Afternoon on Saturday, 8th June (2.30-4.30pm) at Christ Church Ewell, with garden games, inflatables, craft, face painting, coffee/tea and cake followed by a short faith story with visual props. Fun event for families with primary age kids and toddlers – but also a great time for anyone who just wants to get out and enjoy cake and drink and meet others from the community.

Accessible Ashtanga Workshop 

On Saturday, 8th June (11am-1pm), join an empowering workshop designed to make the transformative practice of Ashtanga accessible to all.

Body positive, accessible yoga-trained teacher Miriam Zendle will take you through an adjusted Ashtanga Primary Series practice looking at how to make postures accessible through language, props, posture choices and lots of options. You’ll learn how to adapt the movement and  breathwork to suit your unique body and mind.⁠

Whether you’re a seasoned practitioner or just starting your Yoga journey, come try it out in a supportive and inclusive environment.⁠..⁠

📍Bodhi Eden, Epsom⁠

To book go to: 

Route 406 Heritage Day 

Ride free on old buses in service on London bus route 406!

Open-platform green buses with real conductors will run between Kingston and Epsom (route 406) on Sunday, 9th June 2024.

Buses being used will mostly be the iconic Routemaster, dating from the late 1950s and 1960s, and their predecessor the RT-type, which in the 1950s formed the largest standardised bus fleet in the world.

No need to book, just turn up at a route 406 bus stop and put out your hand!

For more details visit:

Ezee Sport – Teddy Bear Picnic and Sports Day 

It’s the ezee sport annual Teddy Bear Picnic and Sports Day on Sunday, 9th June (12pm–4pm). It promises to be a fun afternoon out in Nonsuch Park.

You will have to bring your own picnic, but there will be stalls selling cold drinks and cakes.
You will also need some cash for all the stalls and fun games for the kids to help raise funds for our charities – Downlands Trust and NCT.

Positive Parenting Workshop

Spaces are still available for this free Positive Parenting Workshop on Wednesday, 12th June (9.45am-11.45am) at Epsom Family Centre.

Learn about dealing with the challenges of parenting using a positive approach with the Home-Start team.

Booking is essential; email on: 

Short Guided Walk at Langley Vale Wood

Discover the wonders of Langley Vale Wood with a trusted guided walk leader on Thursday, 13th June (starting at 10.30am and lasting approximately 1.5 hours).

Throughout this walk, you will explore the site and hear how the Woodland Trust has transformed arable land into a haven for wildlife and people.

This is a shortened version of the general guided walk, to offer an alternative for visitors looking to walk at a slower pace, on even ground and without access gates.

Meeting point: Langley Vale Wood Car Park, Ashtead, Epsom KT18 6BZ
Price: Free *Car park charges apply*

If you have any questions, or access requirements, get in touch:

More details here:

Stoneleigh Reading Group


The Stoneleigh Reading Group takes place on select Fridays throughout the year with the next one being on the 14th of June (2.30 pm – 3.30pm).

This is an adults group. For further information email: (please state “Stoneleigh Reading Group” in the subject/title).

Cash in the Wardrobe 

Held at Bourne Hall Ewell, this market is for anyone wanting to sell pre-loved, second hand, vintage or even new clothes from their wardrobe. It’s held every third Saturday of the month with the next one being on  Saturday, 15th June (10am-2pm).

Entry is free, and you can expect to find clothing, shoes, bags, belts, hats, accessories and jewellery.

Stalls cost just £12 and include a table and a clothes rail which will be already set up on arrival for you. For more info email:

Games Day and Family Fun Festival 

Active Surrey is hosting a family fun festival in Guildford on Saturday, 15th June (9am-5pm), timed to coincide with Games Day (where young people who have taken part in activity training demonstrate new skills).

For children who haven’t done the spring training, this is an amazing chance to try something new, get active and most importantly have fun!

Children aged 6 and over can enjoy a range of amazing FREE activities such as…

– football in partnership with the Chelsea FC foundation
– circus skills
– rock climbing
– skateboarding
– hoverball archery
– kit swap
– arts and crafts

For more information go to: 

Ewell Grove Summer Fair 

It’s the Ewell Grove Summer Fair on Saturday, 15th June (12.30-3.30pm). Head down for an afternoon of fun. Just £1 per adult and kids enter free.

☀️Pimm’s bar and a gourmet barbecue
☀️Games and crafts
☀️Sweets, ice lollies, and candy floss
☀️Bouncy castle
☀️Exotic Animal Encounters (*pre-book only)
☀️Hair sparkles, glitter tattoos, and face painting
☀️Over £3000-worth of prizes to be won in The Grand Draw

…and more!

Please note that many stalls are cash only. All proceeds go towards Ewell Grove Primary & Nursery School.
Epsom Green Belt Rally

Join the Epsom Green Belt rally on Saturday, 15th June (12pm-1pm) and support the campaign to keep our green spaces.

Meet outside Metro bank, Epsom.

Beats and Eats Summerfest 

Beat and Eats Summerfest 2024 – the ultimate family music festival – is taking place in Nonsuch Park on Saturday, 15th (12pm-8.30pm) and Sunday, 16th of June (11am-8pm).

for more information and to book tickets go to the Facebook event page.

Discovery Trail at St. Giles 

On Saturday, 15h June, there’s a trail going around St. Giles’ grounds and into the Church with lots of activities and the opportunity to be thoughtful and prayerful together as a family.

There will be refreshments available in the Dell centre and lots of indoor and outdoor spaces for children to play.

Suitable for 4-11 years old with a grownup.

Britney Brunch at The Ginistry 

It’s Britney… Brunch at The Ginistry on Saturday, 15th June (2pm-4pm).

Get ready to brunch and feel like a pop star and indulge in bottomless Prosecco, beer, and Hayman’s G&T and delicious bites from The Brooklyn Deli.

To book tickets go here.

Zambezi Sharks Charity Golf Day 

It’s the Zambezi Sharks Charity Golf Day at The Horton Golf Club on Saturday, 15th June. For further information contact William Davis on 0725303194 or Claudia Moore on 07897699586.

Euro 2024 at Epsom Social 


Epsom Social will be showing the 2024 Euro football starting on Saturday, 15th June at 2pm. They will have great drink deals, big screens and a great atmosphere!

For more details on this and the rest of the events at Epsom Social go to: 

Epsom Beekeepers Association – Experience Day 

The Experience Day on Sunday, 16th June offers a mix of theoretical and practical learning to provide an overview of the lifecycle and craft of keeping a colony of honeybees. This one day course is designed to give you a ‘taste’ of the commitments, equipment, costs and knowledge required before starting.

For more details, visit the Facebook page.

Short Stories Tall Tales – The Giraffe Who Wouldn’t Bath 

Tuesday, 18th June (11.30am and 1.30pm).

A live, sensory first theatre experience from Short Stories Tall Tales at The Horton this month is The Giraffe Who Wouldn’t Bath. Hannah Summers brings classic, modern and original stories to life. Immerse your little ones imaginations through live performance, fully interactive role-play, props, music and creative drama. An exciting adventure into stories and exploration through the senses.

For details and booking go to: 

Epsom Library Teddy Bear Story Time 

Epsom Library is hosting a Teddy Bear themed story time on Tuesday, 18th June (10.15am-11.00am).

Please bring along a soft toy so they can listen to the story with you.

No need to book, but children and bears must be accompanied by a grown up at all times.

Mind Growth Mastery – Workplace Wellbeing

Mind Growth Mastery has been working hard to create affordable solutions for Workplace Wellbeing for companies that don’t have huge budgets to invest in their employees welfare.

They invite you to an informal ‘drop in’ lunch on Thursday, 20th June to meet with them and see how you can benefit from their services. RSVP to the address on the flyer by the 7th of June.

Summer Solstice Fundraiser 

It’s the Summer Solstice Fundraiser at The Wells Centre on Saturday, June 22nd (3pm-7pm). There’ll be live music, lots of activities to take part in and plenty of things to buy plus a BBQ, bar and big quiz. Free entry.

Epsom & Ewell Model Railway Club – Open Day 

The Epsom & Ewell Model Railway Club invites you to its Open Day on Saturday, 22nd June (10am-5pm).

Founded in 1952,  the clubs’s membership now exceeds 60 members. Regular weekly meetings are supported by a varied programme of other events including illustrated presentations, outings and exhibitions.

The club exists to bring together those who reside in and around Epsom (NE Surrey & SW London) who are interested in the hobby of railway modelling.

Meetings are at Ruxley Church, Ruxley Lane, Ewell, Epsom, KT19 0JG.

Cuddington Croft Primary School Summer Fair 

Cuddington Croft Primary School Fair is on Saturday, 22nd June (11am-3pm). Head down for a day full of fun and games.

St Mary’s Church – Midsummer Tea Party 

Join St Mary’s Church for its Midsummer Tea Part on Saturday, 22nd June (3pm). Tickets available from

Beyond the Book – Junior Group @ Stoneleigh Library 

This regular Saturday reading group is for young book lovers aged 8 – 12 years. The next meeting date is Saturday, 22nd June (2.30 pm – 3.30 pm) where the book will be Marcus Rashford’s The Beast Beyond The Fence. 

For further information and to book, please email: (please state “Beyond the Book Group” in the subject/title).

Numbers are limited, so please book a place in advance.

Curry Night Fundraiser 

Head down to Tamarind Spice, West Ewell on Tuesday, 25th June for great food and to support the work Good Company does to help people in our local community who are struggling financially.

It’s £25 per person for a set shared menu and tickets must be paid for in advance.

To book your place email:

Managing Biodiversity in Epsom Common 

On Wednesday, 26th June (7.30pm)the Eco-church groups in Epsom are having a talk by Steve Cocker, Countryside Manager for Epsom & Ewell Borough Council, about how Epsom Common is managed, protected, and enhanced.

Venue will be Epsom Methodist Church. Refreshments will be served before the event.

Support Group for Families of Neurodivergent Children 

The next support group for families of neurodivergent children (sponsored by Sam’s Classroom) is on Thursday, 27th June (7.30pm-9pm). This is an opportunity to connect and chat with other parents and carers of neurodivergent children.

Charity Dinner at The Secret Garden 

Age Concern Epsom & Ewell is delighted to announce that its next fundraising event will be a sumptuous dinner at, the soon-to-open, The Secret Garden at Ewell Court House on Friday, 28th June (from 7pm).

It promises to be a very special occasion! Please save the date and for further details visit:

Nonsuch Primary School Summer Fair 

It’s the NonsuchPrimary School Summer Fair on Friday, 28th June.

Cowboy Cocktail Party – Be At One 

Saddle up and head down to Be At One Epsom for a wild Hoedown Cowboy Party! Enjoy specially discounted cocktails all weekend long on Saturday, June 29th and Sunday, 30th June.

Don’t miss

Banstead Indoor Variety Market 

Banstead Indoor Variety Market is a lively, friendly, mainly indoor variety market held the 2nd and 4th Saturday of most months in the Church Institute Hall (opposite Boots Chemist) in Banstead High Street.

It’s open from 9.30am to 3.30pm. Entry is free and everyone is welcome to visit. You will discover a variety of crafts, sellers and local businesses!

Stall Holders: If you are interested in a stall at a future market please message the Facebook page admin for details.

Antiques, Collectables & Decorative Arts Market

This antiques and vintage market is held in Epsom’s market place at various dates throughout the year with the next being on Sunday, 30th June (10am – 4pm). This unique market offers up to 40 antique collectables, vintage, retro, bric a brac and vinyl records stalls plus interesting decorative arts.

Go to the website here for more info.

Book Now!

Cream Tea with the Mayor and Mayoress 

The Mayor and Mayoress are hosting their Cream Tea at The Horton Epsom on Saturday, 6th July (2-4pm) in support of three great charities: The Ruxley Foundation, Epsom and Ewell Puffins and Epsom and Ewell Phab.

Please book your tickets at: 

Roll With It Football Coaching – Summer Camps 

Roll With It Football Coaching’s football development camps for Summer 2024 are now LIVE!

Roll With It Football Coaching – Football Development Camp 

Learn the skills of the game, battle it out with your friends, win prizes and be the hero by lifting its very own EURO trophy in the EURO 2024 themed camps.

4 reasons why your child should attend football development camps:

  • Expert coaching from a UEFA & FA standard coaching team with over 30 plus years’ experience.
  • Our philosophy of learn it, master it, use it will leave your child feeling like they have learnt new skills and expressed their ability.
  • Our mindset training will help players with their resilience and help them to solve and embrace challenges.
  • Make new or meet up with old friends, as your child will be encouraged to play with others and use positive communication.
  • Come & stay active over the summer holidays & strive towards your greatness!

Roll With It – Mini Rolls Multi Activity Camps 

4 reasons why your child should attend Multi Activity camps:

  • Build on their own self confidence and awareness
  • Make new or meet up with old friends, as your child will be encouraged to play with others and use positive communication
  • Learn & develop new and existing skills.
  • Be in a fun, safe and nurturing environment with staff that care about your child and their development and enjoyment.

The early bird discount is only available until 1st July for both camps.

Visit: for more information and to book.

Epsom and Leatherhead Summer Mega Camps


Mega Camps are running once again this Summer between Wednesday, 24th July and Friday, 30th August (8am-6pm). They offer a host of sporting and arts and crafts activities for 4-14 year-olds.

The early bird offer ends on Monday, 1st of July, so book now to take advantage:

Sam’s Classroom Summer Camp

Sam’s Classroom Summer Camp is taking place Tuesday, 27th August- Friday, 30th August (9.30-3.00pm).

A morning of fun maths games and activities followed by an afternoon of water colour painting and craft.
A different theme each day, so you can sign up for the whole week if you fancy it!

Book by Friday, 19th July to secure an early bird discount. 

Holiday Camps at Ebbisham Sports Club

Holiday Camps are back at Ebbisham Sports Club, with various dates available to book across the summer holiday period from 9.00am-3.00pm. Ebbisham will be running both Try-Sport camps and Badminton & Squash camps this summer.

The holiday camps are an ideal introduction to a variety of different sports for children aged 7-14 years old. They’re an enjoyable way for children to start playing sport and feature coaching, games and social activities. Children will learn new sports skills, make friends and grow their confidence.

23 July – Try-Sport
24 July – Try-Sport
31 July – Try-Sport
6 August – Try-Sport
7 August – Try-Sport
20 August – Badminton & Squash
21 August – Badminton & Squash
27 August – Badminton & Squash
28 August – Badminton & Squash

Cost: Ebbisham Members £32 per day/ Non-Members £35 per day

If you wish to book a place, email for a registration form.

Summer Vocal Coaching Sessions 

This summer top vocal coach Roz McLeod CT ABRSM (Voice) is opening her Studio doors to anyone who would like to have a vocal coaching session or a series of sessions with her.

Roz has been working with singers, speakers, presenters, auditions and performers for 25 years and is highly qualified and the go-to person for all things vocal – her waiting list is testament to that! Whilst regular lessons with Roz are hard to book now as she only teaches a limited number of regular pupils, you can still get to work with her this summer.

To book your session, book in at The Ultimate Voice Box Office by clicking on this link here: Or to find out more, contact on 07745 852836.

Sam’s Classroom – Board Game Club

Spaces available! A variety of board games played every week. Contact Sam at asap to book.

Coming Up!

Summer Breeze 

You’re invited to join The Kings Church Epsom on Sunday, 21st July (12pm-3pm) for an afternoon of fun and games, music and free food and refreshments.

It’s their big family event of the year and they want it to be bigger and better than ever before, so tell everyone.


Surrey Library Competition 

An exciting competition is taking place across Surrey until the 4th of September to encourage young people to celebrate ancient trees. It offers children the opportunity to have their artwork included in a new children’s book, The Thousand Year Tree.

The winning artwork will be featured on the inside covers of the book. Runner up prizes include book bundles and bookshop tokens.

Head to your local library and pick up one of the free competition templates at the front desk.

Have a great June, and see you back in July for the countdown to the school summer holidays! 😱

Fran x

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I’m Fran a Londoner living in Surrey with my great husband and our three lovely children. My eldest daughter is 15 and my twin daughters are aged 12.

I'm a freelance PR consultant and also run The Parent Social blog where I write about the activities we do, the places that we visit, the games that we play as well as all the every day parenting (and some non-parenting) stuff in between. I also have a wine and food PR consultancy and blog -

My love for communicating and writing, mirrors my passion for trying to be the best mum I can be. Interests include good food and wine, Italian culture, football and personal finance.

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