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A world-famous


Surrey’s most


Market town

Epsom is regularly praised as being one of the best places to live in the UK. As befits the home of the Epsom Derby, the town offers a number of top quality equestrian shops and outfitters. But there’s much more to discover, including continental-style cafés, a monthly farmers’ market (on the first Sunday of every month) and a whole host of big high street names – from H&M and House of Fraser to Pandora and Waitrose.

The Epsom Playhouse in the centre of the town is a jewel of a theatre, hosting a whole range of professional and community productions and a highly popular Summer Film Season. You’ll also find a superb range of restaurants and eateries including The Bamboo Basket (tip – the noodles are amazing) and La Familia, renowned for its home-made, authentic tapas. Epsom is not only a delightful place to live, but it’s a place where there’s no shortage of things to see and do.

Epsom is regularly praised as being one of the best places to live in the UK


In addition to its many parks and open countryside, Epsom is home to the Rainbow Leisure Centre offering a 165-station gym, fitness classes and training, teaching and spa pools. The town is also becoming a thriving hub for contemporary art, with exhibitions taking place throughout the year.

Family activities

You’ll never be short of things to do with the children. From the Hobbledown adventure farm and Jungle Island Adventure Golf in Epsom to the nearby Chessington World of Adventures, with its 1,000 animal species and safari-themed hotel, there’s lots to see, learn and explore.

Dining and cuisine

You’re spoilt for choice when it comes to dining and drinking. The Rubbing House is the famous pub and restaurant on the racecourse, known for its game dishes and lively atmosphere. Other top choices include Amani’s Indian haute cuisine, contemporary English menus at The Canopy Restaurant and top notch Italian dishes at the Sicily. Pop into All Things Nice for a homemade slice of cake or leisurely Sunday brunch.

Independent shops

Lester Bowden is Epsom’s most famous fashion store and equestrian outfitter, stocking quality brands such as Barbour, Church’s, Hunter and Cheaney. But if you explore further you’ll find such gems as Hatty’s Sweet Shop, Harrington & Cleur Bridal Boutique and even the Epsom


The Ashley Centre, with over 60 shops including big-name stores and small boutiques draws in visitors from across Surrey and beyond. But don’t let it blind you to the many other excellent retailers across the town, from Pullingers Art Shop and Laura Ashley in Epsom to Corteil & Barratt sugar craft and bakery specialists in Ewell.

Take a walk

to remember

Ewell was immortalised in the Diary of Samuel Pepys, who visited regularly and enjoyed the town’s inns and Nonsuch Park. Today the park is just as impressive, with many ancient trees, a fine mansion house, and is home to an impressive variety of birds, flowers and insects.

The town is also home to the imposing Bourne Hall, which overlooks the Hogsmill River. Home to a public library, underground theatre, gym, café and museum, it’s a fantastic place to get involved in a brilliant variety of community activities.

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