We’ve heard our customers complaining that there is nothing to do in Epsom during the weekend. Although we usually agreed with customers in this regard we have to disagree and to support our disagreement we listed a few places we recommend in Epsom for going our Saturday evenings with the family or without them. You might meet there some of our removal team (but please don’t ask them for quotes after 6:00 PM as they are usually off duty at this time). For Epsom Removals quotes click here.
Looking for the things to do in Epsom and Ewell? Look no further: a popular local independent restaurant on the High Street that has been awarded five-stars as well as being named the Gold winner of the Eat Out and Eat Well Charter. The Canopy also won the title of Best Restaurant in 2011 at the Epsom & Ewell Business Excellence Awards.
Award-winning authentic Italian restaurant
Award-winning Indian restaurant beloved of celebrities
For pubs close to Epsom Downs Racecourse:
Many locals love the roast dinners here.
Lays claim on its website to be a stopping point of Sheikh Mohammed, this pub is so close to the racecourse it’s practically on it.
This sweet little place lays a pretty accurate claim to being Ewell’s only truly traditional village pub. Regularly serves four cask marque approved ales, in addition to a broad selection of premium ciders and lagers on draught and in bottles. It is both dog and child-friendly.
The Community Sports Development Officer is designated with the task of designing and implementing a great number of schemes and projects to encourage people in the local community to play more sport. A wide range of sports, from archery to volleyball are available for residents to take part in across the borough. For more information visit What’s on in Epsom website is a great source of detailed information.
Epsom has a non-League football club Epsom & Ewell F.C. The club doesn’t currently play in Epsom, having been required to sell their ground near West Street, and currently share a ground with Merstham F.C. Despite this, the football club is looking to move back to the area.
Come to Epsom!
Having been named “Best Place to Live” in the United Kingdom by Channel 4’s Location, Location, Location in 2005, it is clear that Epsom & Ewell is a great place to live and work, with a great many places to go and things to see for visitors and residents alike.