Posted by Kalli Pasqualucci on 15 Mar 2018

Hello – hope that everyone had a really lovely Mother’s Day and weekend? I spent Saturday at Herald of Spring at Bourne Hall. Despite the not very Spring-like weather, we had a great time. My boys particularly enjoyed the animals from Hobbledown and doing archery with the Rainbow Leisure Centre. Did you go to the Herald of Spring?

If you are looking for things to keep the family busy, in the next two weeks, then look no further.  This is a jam packed edition to fill your boots!!!


As always, the Epsom Odeon provides a great way of keeping the children busy, with their kids club every weekend. This weeks kid’s club is showing Tad the Lost Explorer. This weekend, Peter Rabbit is also being released. Each child will receive Peter Rabbit bunny ears with their tickets.


At the Leatherhead Theatre, you will be able to see The British Theatre Academy’s Cinderella. Showings will be at various dates and times over the Easter weekend.

And we are really looking forward to this exciting production of The Amazing Bubble Man at Epsom Playhouse on Thursday, 5th April at 2pm. Who doesn’t love bubbles? Tickets are from £10.

At the Herald of Spring, we also met Chris Wood from The Close Up Magic Show. My boys were mesmerised by his tricks and we are hoping to attend one of his next performances. He will next be performing at Leatherhead Theatre on Friday, 6th April at 7.30pm and at Epsom Playhouse on Saturday, 21st April at 7.30pm.

Local Activities

The Epsom Garden Society is hosting a Spring Show at St Martin’s Junior School on Saturday, 24th March from 2-4pm. Free entry and parking.

For something a bit different, why not sign up to do a wine and chocolate course at the Epsom Playhouse? I mean WINE and CHOCOLATE in one place sounds like a great night out!

Meet the Pups from Paw Patrol on Saturday 31st March at The Swan Centre in Leatherhead. The event is from 10.30am – 4.30pm, and the pups will be appearing throughout the day.

Cheam Park Cafe will be hosting an Easter Egg Hunt on the 1st of April, from 10am – 2pm. Tickets are limited and need to be purchased from Cheam Park Cafe for £2 per child, before the event.


Have you visited the new crepe and waffle cafe in Ewell Village? Mandalina is situated on the high street and has a variety of sweet and savoury options, plus delicious fruit juices and smoothies.

Charity Appeals and Events

Charity Fashion Show, in aid of the Epsom and Ewell Mayor’s Charities. St Joseph’s Church Hall, Margaret Drive, Epsom. 7 for 7.30pm. Tickets cost £7 and include a drink. There will also be a raffle, a bar and the opportunity to purchase clothes.

Just outside of Epsom and Ewell

The Reigate Holistic Health and Wellness Fair is taking place on Sunday, 25th March from 10am – 4pm. There is free entry, free parking and various taster sessions, workshops and classes.


If you like to attend Church on Easter weekend, here are some of the local Churches, who are having Good Friday and Easter Sunday services:

St Mary’s Ewell – Children’s Stations of the Cross 11am on Friday 30th March and Praise @ 11 followed by an Easter Egg Hunt on Sunday, 1st April.

St Joseph’s Catholic Church Epsom – Family Mass on 1st April at 9.30am.

St Martin’s Church Epsom – Passion Play through the streets of Epsom at 9.50am on Friday 30th March and Communion service with Easter Egg Hunt on Sunday, 1st April at 10am.

St Paul’s Howell Hill, in Cheam is hosting an All Ages service on Friday, 30th at 10am and two Easter services on Sunday, 1st April at 10am and 6.30pm.


Not long now until school holidays! YAY! But this can also mean that working parents get stuck without childcare. Here are some ideas for holiday clubs, for working parents.

Stagecoach Epsom is taking advanced bookings now for their Easter Workshop. The course takes place from the 3rd – 6th April, and costs start from £75.

Dandelion Theatre Arts is also hosting an Easter workshop at the Leatherhead Theatre. The theme is Beauty and the Beast, and the course will take place from the 9th – 13th April. From £65.


SCL also offers an Easter holiday club, held at Wallace Fields. The club focuses on education through sport and activity. The club is aimed at 4 -12 year olds. Prices start from £27 per day, and they are able to accept childcare vouchers too.

If you have a budding cricketer in your family, there are also some Twenty20 Cricket holiday clubs being held in Worcester Park, Hampton Wick and Weybridge over the school holidays.

Headstart also hold holiday camps at Stamford Green and St Martins over the Easter holidays. They do a variety of multi-sports, arts, crafts, drama and music.

My next blog post will include some exciting Easter activities, ideas and local events that you can attend, in case you run out of ideas to keep the kids entertained.

If you have anything that you think your fellow readers would be interested in knowing about, please let Dee or I know and if you haven’t already do join the Epsom and Ewell Families Facebook group and page.

Have a great couple of weeks and I’ll catch up with you soon with the next edition.

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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