Posted by Kalli Pasqualucci on 03 Sep 2020

Hello everyone,

I hope that back to school went well for everyone, after months of lockdown. I am currently sitting in a local coffee shop working, for the first time in months; and while I can’t wait to pick my boys up from school, I am also enjoying being able to get some work done, uninterrupted and away from home.

There are some activities and events taking place in the local area, that I think might be of interest to local families. You can find them below.

Can you Help?

If you have an allotment, are you able to help with the Crops in Abundance box scheme.

Friday 4th September

Meet gin distillers and suppliers and buy gin supplies and food at the Nonsuch Gin Night (rescheduled from March). You will also receive a free gin glass. There is also a full bar, for those who don’t drink gin.

Tuesday 8th September

Join Jayne in the Grow Cook Enjoy kitchen for her rainbow-themed cooking classes. Every Tuesday in September.

Ewell Dance are offering a free trial class to those who would like to try the following forms of dance.

Thursday 10th September

Your last chance to learn how to cook popular recipes with Grow Cook Enjoy, to prepare for University.

Friday 11th September

If you want to find out more about the Horton Chapel Arts project, you are invited to a 360º tour of the space.

Sunday 13th September

Eden’s Little Bakery will be returning to All Things Nice for a Pop Up Bakery this weekend.

The Woodland Trust are hosting a Yoga at Langley Vale Wood session. The session is suitable for all yoga abilities.

The Leatherhead Miniature Railway have announced that they will be reopening to the public on a pre-booked basis on Sunday 13th September 2020.

Wednesday 16th September

Tiba Al-Khalidy is inviting you to a Transformational Goal Setting Training course on the 16th, 23rd and 30th of September.

Saturday 19th September

Drive In Cinema Charity Event at Hook Road Arena.

Pre-ordered tickets start from £32.50
Pre-ordered food bags available : Standard, Retro and Gourmet

Sunday 20th September

If you love antiques, make sure that you visit the Epsom Antique and Brocante Street Market.

Saturday 26th September

St Mary’s Church will be holding their eco-friendly, family event Day for All online this year. There will be activities for all ages, including videos, craft ideas, and more.

Sunday 27th September

The Surrey Vegan Market is in Epsom again. With vegan gifts, produce and food stalls.


Join the Banstead Manor Care Home for a Macmillan coffee morning and drive-through art exhibition, made by the residents.

My Book Bug is helping to raise funds for Books for Foodbanks.

Staying Fit and Healthy

The team at Fitness Theory are preparing for Turf Games, in aid of Sport in Mind. You can donate to them on their JustGiving page. There will also be weekly challenges available for members.

Classes and Workshops

BBL Designs are starting classes for those who would like to make festive wreaths, or hand tied flowers. The classes, aimed at groups of friends, cost £50 per person – which includes light refreshments.

On the Blog

You may have seen that some restaurants have decided to extend their Eat Out to Help Out scheme, so for those who were unable to make use of the offer, or would like to support more local restaurants, you can find out which restaurants are taking part in Dee’s blog.

For regular conversation about Epsom and Ewell, visit the Epsom and Ewell Families Facebook page and group, check out our Events Calendar for upcoming events (we update this regularly). And if you are looking for new classes, trusted services or local businesses, make sure that you visit the Epsom and Ewell Families’ directory.

See you soon for more local events.

Kalli xx

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Kalli Pasqualucci
Kalli lives in Epsom with her two boys and husband.

She is passionate about film, theatre, art, music, books and good food. She is a digital marketer and social media manager and teaches yoga.

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