Community groups and support in Epsom and Ewell

Community groups carry out a vital role across Surrey, encouraging people to feel part of their local area, and helping support this area to grow and develop. They are about joining up and joining in to make things happen. We have a wide variety of community groups within Surrey. Below is a small selection of community groups and clubs in Epsom and Ewell.

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Arts, culture and heritage

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The Horton

A magnificent destination for creative arts, heritage and events, created within an iconic and historically significant chapel space. For more information visit The Horton.

Conquest Art

They aim to help people who live with disability or long-term illness, by providing art groups around the country and encouraging many more people to come and join. For more information visit Conquest Art.

Bourne Hall Museum

Discover the fascinating past of Epsom & Ewell. The free museum allows you to come face to face with the local past. With exhibits ranging from prehistoric times to the modern day. For more Information visit: Bourne Hall Museum.

Sports, health and fitness

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Epsom and Ewell Health Walks

They offer a programme of short, group walks throughout the Epsom and Ewell area. The walking programme is ideal if you are new to walking or recovering from illness and want to get fitter gradually without doing strenuous gym exercises or keep fit classes. Walks are suitable for all levels of fitness, and ages. For more information visit Epsom and Ewell Health Walks

Community swimming pools and sports hubs

Community swimming pools and sport hubs are vibrant hubs of fun, fitness, and togetherness. A place for families, friends, and neighbours to relax, exercise, and create lasting memories. Whether it's a dip in the cool water, swimming laps, or lounging by the poolside, They are the heart of community enjoyment. For more information and to find your local community swimming pools and sport hubs see the list below:

Activities for over 50s

Sport and exercise really should be for everyone! We are passionate about seeing people of all ages benefit from increased physical activity. However to find out more about what activities are available for those aged over 50, Visit Epsom and Ewell over 50s.

Community support

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Warm Welcome venues

We have re-opened warm spaces across Surrey, now known as Warm Welcome venues. Warm Welcome venues are open to all residents this winter free of charge – no matter your age or situation. Find out about Warm Welcome venues in your local area.

Epsom and Ewell foodbanks

No one in our community should have to face going hungry. That's why local foodbanks provided nutritionally balanced food and support to local people who are referred to them. For more information and to find your local foodbank see the list below:

Age Concern Epsom and Ewell

They are focused on empowering older people in the Borough of Epsom & Ewell to live the most fulfilling lives they can by helping older people feel less alone. For more information visit Age Concern Epsom and Ewell.

Stoneleigh Job Club

Stoneleigh Job Club helps people who need support in getting the skills and confidence to successfully find work. For more information visit Stoneleigh Job Club.

The Old Moat

They are part of the Richmond Fellowship, providing a work-based program for local people living with mental ill-health. For more information visit The Old Moat.

The Sunnybank Trust

They help vulnerable men, women and young people with learning disabilities in Epsom and the surrounding areas to lead fuller lives. For more information visit The Sunnybank Trust.

Citizen's Advice

Citizens Advice provides free, independent, confidential and impartial advice to everyone who lives, works or studies in the community. For more information visit Citizen's Advice Epsom and Ewell.

Community and wellbeing support

If you look after an elderly relative or know someone who could use a little extra help, Epsom and Ewell Borough Council can provide a range of specialist support services for older and more vulnerable residents in the community. For more information visit: community and wellbeing support.


They are a voluntary organisation committed to promoting the welfare of families with at least one child under five years of age. They offer practical and emotional support to families who are struggling to cope for a variety of reasons. From illness, poverty and isolation through to domestic violence and poor mental health. For more information visit Home-Start.

Mary Frances Trust

They offer people experiencing any form of mental or emotional health issue a place where they are welcome and feel that they belong. For more information visit Mary Frances Trust.

Love Me, Love My Mind

They are a grassroots charity based in Epsom, Surrey, that was started to promote better understanding of mental health and to support the wellbeing of everyone in the local community. For more information visit Love Me, Love My Mind.

The CYP Haven

They are a safe space for children and young people aged 10-18 where you can talk about worries and mental health in a confidential, friendly and supportive environment. They can help you through talking about what the issue is, and find ways to ensure you get the right information. For more information visit The CYP Haven.

Leisure, park and green spaces

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Epsom Common Association

Supports the preservation and protection of Epsom Common, a Local Nature Reserve and Site of Special Scientific Interest. They work in partnership with Epsom and Ewell Borough Council, the Lower Mole Partnership and Natural England to contribute to the long-term management and conservation of the Common. For more information visit Epsom Common Association.

Epsom and Ewell allotments

Regardless of whether you are an experienced or novice gardener, an allotment could offer you more than you think - it could provide you with a new hobby, exercise and fresh home grown, even organic, produce. It's a great way to save money as well as encourage a healthier lifestyle. For more information visit Epsom and Ewell allotments.

Parks, play areas and green spaces

Epsom and Ewell's parks, green spaces, and natural landscapes are the places where people can relax, exercise, play, and enjoy the natural heritage and culture. They also provide habitat for wildlife and contribute to improving local air quality. For details of parks, play areas and open spaces in Epsom and Ewell visit Epsom and Ewell green spaces directory.

Hobbies, interests and clubs

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Ewell horticultural association

Offers residents encouragement and companionship in the enjoyment of their gardens. For more information visit Ewell Horticultural Association.

Epsom and Ewell Phab

They provide inclusive activities for young disabled and non-disabled people. Activities include sports, arts, crafts, games, drama, dance and music on Friday club evening. For more information visit Epsom and Ewell Phab.

Epsom camera club

The Club is friendly and informal, aiming to encourage members to improve and expand their photographic horizons by sharing skills, ideas and knowledge in both traditional and digital forms of photography. For more information visit Epsom Camera Club.

The edge youth club

They are are vibrant hubs of fun, fitness, and togetherness. Where young people can meet, relax, exercise, and create lasting memories. They can also participate in a variety of activities. For more information visit: The Edge Youth Club.

Libraries, community centres and faith groups

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Surrey County Council Libraries

Our libraries are Where It Happens. Did you know that Surrey Libraries are the social, economic, learning and cultural hubs right at the heart of communities across Surrey. From rhymetime, crafts, coding and chess clubs, helping people to improve their computer skills, supporting new businesses, author talks, hosting reading groups and exhibitions. Your local library has it all. For more information and to find your local Library, see the list below:

Community and wellbeing centre

The Community and Wellbeing Centre is a friendly, local support hub for the over 55s and offers a number of social and recreational activities. They have a range of facilities all under one roof, including our entertainment hall, hairdressers, foot clinic and communal dining area which provides freshly prepared snacks and hot meals at very reasonable prices. For more information visit Community and Wellbeing Centre

Please note: Our directory contains a varied range of service providers, many of which are not connected with Surrey County Council. The information has not been verified by Surrey County Council for accuracy. When contacting any service provider, we encourage you to take note of any safeguarding and health and safety requirements involved with the activity and to check if the providers have relevant qualifications for insurance purposes.

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