Extensive range of memberships and benefits available for golfers of all ages and abilities, including a 3 Month Pathway and the 12 Month Academy.
Third form pupils got their first taste of horticulture this week when they started work on the Lower School allotment as part of their Activities Carousel.... read more
The New Student's Reference Work of 1914 describes Epsom:
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Friends of Epsom College 7th annual tribute night. For further details and ticket booking form click here
Within the centuries-old boundaries is Epsom Downs Racecourse which features two of the five English Classic horse races; The Derby and The Oaks, which were first run in 1780 and 1779 respectively. On 4 June 1913, Emily Davison, a militant women's suffrage activist, stepped in front of King George V's horse running in the Derby, sustaining fatal injuries.
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Situated on the top of the North Downs golfers experience stunning panoramic views of London’s skyline and because the subsoil of the course is chalk it benefits from great drainage and is seldom affected by rain, making it a great winter course, often open when others are not.
Experience Epsom’s unique and challenging course with magnificent panoramic views.
The University for the Creative Arts has one of its five campuses in Epsom. Laine Theatre Arts, an independent performing arts college, is based in the town. Students have included Victoria Beckham. Leisure facilities in and around the town include a leisure centre (the Rainbow Centre) on East Street; Epsom Downs Racecourse; the Odeon cinema; and the Horton Park Children's Farm.
Epsom (/ˈɛpsəm/) is a market town in Surrey, England, 13.6 miles (21.9 km) south south-west of London, located between Ashtead and Ewell. The town straddles chalk downland (Epsom Downs) and the upper Thanet Formation. Epsom Downs Racecourse holds The Derby, now a generic name for sports competitions in English-speaking countries. The town also gives its name to Epsom salts, extracted from mineral waters there.
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Bus services connect Epsom to neighbouring areas and a regular service connects with the London Underground at Morden. Some bus services are commercial, some run with the support of Surrey County Council, and others under contract to London Buses. Coach company Epsom Coaches and their bus division Quality Line are based in the town.
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The College's top four golfers excelled at the Southern Independent Schools Invitational held on Thursday at the West Sussex Golf Club, finishing third out of 14 schools competing.... read more
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Under Henry VIII and Queen Mary the manor passed to the Carew then related Darcy families. It passed via the Mynne, Buckle and Parkhurst families to Sir Charles Kemys Tynte and after his death to Sir Joseph Mawbey.
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The hospitals were (in order of date of opening):
As part of Epsom and Ewell, the town is twinned with Chantilly in northern France. Epsom and Ewell was ranked in the top ten of the Halifax Quality of Life Survey 2011.
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College students will be able to witness some of nature's wonders first-hand after the 2015-2016 Annual Fund generated the amount required to provide the Biology department with bird boxes and webcams.... read more
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Organised by the Rotary Club, Epsom College will host the local round of this national competition. With two sections (instrumental and vocal), the winners of each section will gain a place in the district final early next year. Parents and friends welcome to attend.
Independent schools include Epsom College, Kingswood House School, St. Christopher's School and Ewell Castle School.
The pensioner, aged in her 80s, was taken to hospital after being badly hurt in the Ashley Road collision on Friday morning
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The town's other station, Epsom Town, was closed in 1929; although most of the listed buildings remain. The station is of historic interest being the arrival point for Queen Victoria and her entourage prior to taking a carriage up to Epsom Downs.
Visitors are warmly welcomed to Epsom, a friendly Club with a 127 year heritage, founded in 1889.
Primary schools include Southfield Park Primary School,St Martins C of E Junior and Infant School, Wallace Fields Infant & Junior school Epsom Primary School and Children Centre, Stamford Green Primary School, St Joseph's Catholic Primary School and Danetree Junior School
These are the annual showcases for music award holders at Epsom College. All of them perform solo items on their main instruments and the resulting high standard always produces entertaining events. The M4 and 5th form concert starts at 6.15pm and will be followed by the 6th form concert at 8.00pm. Parents and friends welcome to attend.
One hospital trust in Surrey managed to hit the government's A&E waiting time target in June
Epsom salts are named after the town. Epsom salt (magnesium sulphate) was originally prepared by boiling down mineral waters which sprung at Epsom. What was in the Middle Ages the town pond has become the town's market.
Epsom is the perfect location for a golf day. A wide range of packages are available Monday to Friday, Saturday and Sunday.
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By the end of the Georgian period, Epsom was known as a spa town. Remnants of this are its water pump and multiple exhibits in the town's museum. There were entertainments at the Assembly Rooms (built c. 1690 and now a pub). A green-buffered housing estate has now been built upon the wells in the south-west of the town.
This is the first opportunity for the talented musicians who have joined the school this term to display their musical skills in an informal concert of solos and ensembles. Parents and friends welcome to attend.
The late 1990s saw the development of the Ebbisham Centre (not to be confused with the nearby early 18th century Ebbisham House), a community service based development, including a doctors' surgery, Epsom Library, a cafe and a health and fitness centre. The Derby Square expanded and includes a number of franchise chain pubs/bars.
Head of Drama and Theatre Studies, Kim Chandley, and former English teacher, Mark Zacharias, were featured in the My Best Teacher section of a recent issue of TES.... read more