Posted by Kalli Pasqualucci on 18 Sep 2020

Hi everyone,

I hope that you are all well. Hasn’t this week been incredible, weather-wise?

There are quite a lot of charity events happening in the area this week. I’m sure that you will something to do over the next two weeks.

Are you able to help the Epsom and Ewell Foodbank, they really need help with donations?

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.

Tuesday 22nd September

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

Thursday 24th September

Join the ladies at BBL Designs for coffee and cake at their Macmillan Coffee Morning.

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

If you are looking for a secondary school in the area, Chessington School has a virtual open event, including a tour of the school.

VIRTUAL Fashion and Fizz to fundraise for Momentum. Tickets cost £12 and include a mezze platter from All Things Nice (to be collected), a fashion show, online shopping, a chance to donate items of nearly new or great condition clothing, and the chance to support Momentum.

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. There are also three competitions.

Sunday 27th September

The Surrey Vegan Market is in Epsom again. You can buy vegan gifts, produce and food from the stalls.

September is Childhood Cancer Awareness Month. Momentum Children’s Charity is asking you to show your support by running, swimming or walking Miles for Momentum.

Jess and the Beanstalk have announced their new Coffee Shop Confessions. Talking to local mums, dads and entrepreneurs; discussing thought-provoking and engaging topics. Check out their Facebook page for details, or if you would like to be involved!

Satisfied Eye International Film Festival is returning to Epsom for its third year. There are films for the whole family – those who love Hollywood or Indie, International or British. Programme and tickets are available here and you can watch their trailer, to get a sample of all the great movies that are available.

The Ultimate Voice is taking on new students this term, for their online singing classes. Pupils of all ages or levels are welcome to join for a free trial.

Denbies Shopfest Art, Craft and Gift Fair should be taking place in October. Although the event can’t take place in person, you can still support local Surrey businesses online here.

This year’s Epsom Mental Health Week is coming up. You can see their programme of events here.

MEGA CAMPS are running their Half-Term Camp at Blenheim High School.

If you are a new or expectant mum who would like to meet other local mums, pop along to Jess and the Beanstalk for a socially distanced coffee and cake.

Follow the Epsom and Ewell Families Facebook page or join the group to stay in touch with local families, check out our Events Calendar for upcoming events. And if you are looking for new classes, trusted services or local businesses, make sure that you visit the Epsom and Ewell Families’ directory.

Epsom Maths Tuition motivates students to enjoy learning. She gives them the confidence to tackle and solve problems leading to exam success.

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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