Family Day Out Ashtead
Village Day Christopher Biggins will be opening the 28th Ashtead Village Day on Saturday 11 June. The day will include a variety of activities including Maypole dancing from the Barnett Wood Lane School, presentation of Community Awards, motor cycle stunt and lorry jump displays, Footloose dance routine and the Ashtead Dash and Fun Run. Surrey-based band Atlantis will also be performing throughout the afternoon.
11am-4.30pm. Barnett Wood Lane Recreation Ground, Ashtead KT21 2BZ www.rotary-ribi.org
ART WEDNESDAY 1 JUNE
Click Click Click Film noir photographer Matt Pringle and iconic cameraman Simon Fairless exhibit their work at the Corner Gallery. Fairless’ work captures moments of stillness and beauty from natural spots to iconic landmarks in images left untouched.
Till Sat 25 Jun. Corner Gallery, 11a Beeches Avenue, Carshalton Beeches SM5 3LB 020 8669 5899
TUESDAY 7 JUNE Tessa Pearson
including triptych paintings.
Till Sun 3 Jul; Tue-Sun 11.30am-5.30pm, closed Mon. Fountain Gallery, 26 Bridge Road, East Molesey KT8 9HA
DANCE SATURDAY 4 JUNE
Short Stepperz Evening of Dance
Suitable for all the family, the evening will be filled with dance performed by members of the Short Stepperz Academy – from street dance to contemporary.
7pm; tickets £10, concs £7. Secombe Theatre, 42 Cheam Road, Sutton SM1 2SS 020 8770 6990
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New abstract contemporary original monoprints and paintings.
Till Sun 19 Jun; Tue-Sun 11.30am-5.30pm, closed Mon. Fountain Gallery, 26 Bridge Road, East Molesey KT8 9HA email@example.com
SATURDAY 11 JUNE David Francis Hunt
Exhibition on the lawn of the Corner Gallery with David Francis Hunt and artists and users of the the Sutton Drop-in Centre to raise awareness of adult mental issues. Artists will be explaining the work they do and welcome any support.
9.30am-1pm. Corner Gallery, 11a Beeches Avenue, Carshalton Beeches SM5 3LB 020 8669 5899
TUESDAY 21 JUNE No Naked Walls
Artist Sharon Withers’ large scale abstract landscape work in oil,
Imagine Festival Events will be taking place across Sutton borough, showcasing the borough’s diverse arts. There are free events open to all – check the website for more details.
Till Sun 12 Jun. 020 8770 6986 (Elina Harlas) www.sutton.gov.uk/imagine
Antiques Market Sunbury antiques market is the largest and longest running bi-monthly market in the country.
9am-2pm; free entry. Kempton Park Racecourse, Staines Road East, Sunbury on Thames TW16 5AQ 01932 230946
THURSDAYS General Market
Recognised as being the largest weekday market in southern England.
9am-3pm; free entry. Kempton Park Racecourse, Staines Road East, Sunbury on Thames TW16 5AQ 01932 782292
Teddy Bears’ Picnic See Events listings for details
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Banstead Woods Park Run Free weekly run, everyone is welcome to join in whatever your pace. Register on the website to retrieve your personal barcode for the run. 9am.
Banstead Woods, near Coulsdon bansteadOffice@parkrun.com www.parkrun.org.uk/banstead-woods
WEDNESDAY 1 JUNE
Horrible Ewell Walk Discover the darker side of Ewell’s history with a guided tour around its historic heart. Visit graveyards and crime scenes if you dare. Hear tales of local folk who won’t stay dead, ghostly coach crashes and exploding gunpowder mills. Meet in foyer of Bourne Hall.
Numbers are limited call to reserve place. Bourne Hall, Spring Street, Epsom KT17 1UF 020 8394 1734
THURSDAY 2 JUNE Emotion Gym
A series of educational talks on different aspects of Emotional Wellbeing, such as coping with anger, depression, anxiety, or work-related stress, and how to improve low self- esteem or assertiveness.
Also Thur 9 Jun; 6.30pm-8.30pm; free. Ebbisham Centre, 6-7 Derby Square, Epsom KT19 8AG 01483 846436
FRIDAY 3 JUNE Investec Derby Festival
The Derby is set over two days with a Ladies’ Day on 3 June. Visitors can relax and mingle, while sampling top- class horse racing action.
Till Sat 4 Jun. Epsom Downs Racecourse KT18 5LQ 0844 579 3004
SATURDAY 4 JUNE Rock & Gem Show
Public table-top show with stall holders selling a variety of rocks, gems and stones.
10am-5pm; tickets £4.50, seniors £3, children £1, under 8s free. Kempton Park Racecourse, Staines Road East, Sunbury on Thames TW16 5AQ firstname.lastname@example.org www.kempton.co.uk
SUNDAY 12 JUNE
Charity Car Boot Sale Charity car boot sale to raise money for Epsom Medical Equipment Fund to purchase medical equipment for Epsom General Hospital.
9am. Epsom General Hospital, Dorking Road, Epsom KT18 7EG 020 8337 8181 www.emef.org.uk
Raising funds for St Raphael’s Hospice. This is an event for all the family, with a wide range of stalls and fun sideshows to enjoy. There will also be donkey rides and a bouncy castle, all day BBQ plus teas and cakes, and refreshments.
12 noon-4pm; children free. St Raphael’s Hospice, London Road, North Cheam SM3 9DX 020 8644 3857
SUNDAY 19 JUNE Teddy Bears’ Picnic
The annual Teddy Bears’ Picnic organised by the Sutton and Epsom Branch of the Children’s Trust. There will be competitions for best dressed/ named teddy, children’s races, raffles, lucky dip, face painting and a teddy tombola. Don’t forget to take your picnic!
12 noon-4pm; entrance £4 per family. Nonsuch Park, Cheam, Ewell Road Entrance SM3 8AL 0844 243 6291 www.nct.org.uk
TUESDAY 21 JUNE
Antiques Fair Family-run, friendly fair, a treasure trove of social history and legacy – and a great place to pick up a bargain.
11am-4pm; early admission £5, normal £3. Sandown Park Racecourse, Esher KT10 9AJ 020 7249 4050
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TUESDAY 14 JUNE Adult
These sessions enable those new to storytelling to try exercises in storytelling, and to get some coaching on how they tell stories and receive feedback on stories in progress.
7.30pm-10pm; £6, concs £4 on the door. The Sanctuary, St Michaels Church, Church Street, Ewell KT17 2AS 07834 194215
SUNDAY 19 JUNE Summer Fete
Get ready for this summer’s local festivals – read our previews online
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