Local history walk Epsom's Oldest Road

Date: 

Sun, 25/08/2019

Time: 

14:00 to 15:30

Cost: 

£5 per person

Contact name: 

David Brooks

Telephone: 

+44 20 8394 1734

Contact email: 

Venue: 

Meet opposite the fire station in Church Street
Church Street
Epsom
KT17 4PW
GB

Explore Epsom’s ancient heart along its oldest road. Originally the centre ofEpsom village it became one of the finest addresses in town. Discover theoldest surviving residential building and the site of Epsom’s own brewery. Seethe parish church, mentioned in Domesday Book and the grand houses onceinhabited by Epsom’s lords and ladies. Learn about Epsom’s educational past atthe old Technical Institute building, and the importance of the fire station inWorld War 2. Please meet opposite the fire station in Church Street. KT17 4PWWalks cost £5 per person and places are limited to 25 people per walk.Places must be booked with David Brooks, Bourne Hall Museum, SpringStreet, Ewell, Surrey, KT17 1UF. Tel: 020 8394 1734dbrooks@epsom-ewell.gov.ukExplore Epsom’s ancient heart along its oldest road. Originally the centre ofEpsom village it became one of the finest addresses in town. Discover theoldest surviving residential building and the site of Epsom’s own brewery. Seethe parish church, mentioned in Domesday Book and the grand houses onceinhabited by Epsom’s lords and ladies. Learn about Epsom’s educational past atthe old Technical Institute building, and the importance of the fire station inWorld War 2. Please meet opposite the fire station in Church Street. KT17 4PWWalks cost £5 per person and places are limited to 25 people per walk.Places must be booked with David Brooks, Bourne Hall Museum, SpringStreet, Ewell, Surrey, KT17 1UF. Tel: 020 8394 1734dbrooks@epsom-ewell.gov.uk

Add to Calendar 25-08-2019 14:00 25-08-2019 15:30 36 Local history walk Epsom's Oldest Road Explore Epsom’s ancient heart along its oldest road. Originally the centre ofEpsom village it became one of the finest addresses in town. Discover theoldest surviving residential building and the site of Epsom’s own brewery. Seethe parish church, mentioned in Domesday Book and the grand houses onceinhabited by Epsom’s lords and ladies. Learn about Epsom’s educational past atthe old Technical Institute building, and the importance of the fire station inWorld War 2. Please meet opposite the fire station in Church Street. KT17 4PWWalks cost £5 per person and places are limited to 25 people per walk.Places must be booked with David Brooks, Bourne Hall Museum, SpringStreet, Ewell, Surrey, KT17 1UF. Tel: 020 8394 1734dbrooks@epsom-ewell.gov.ukExplore Epsom’s ancient heart along its oldest road. Originally the centre ofEpsom village it became one of the finest addresses in town. Discover theoldest surviving residential building and the site of Epsom’s own brewery. Seethe parish church, mentioned in Domesday Book and the grand houses onceinhabited by Epsom’s lords and ladies. Learn about Epsom’s educational past atthe old Technical Institute building, and the importance of the fire station inWorld War 2. Please meet opposite the fire station in Church Street. KT17 4PWWalks cost £5 per person and places are limited to 25 people per walk.Places must be booked with David Brooks, Bourne Hall Museum, SpringStreet, Ewell, Surrey, KT17 1UF. Tel: 020 8394 1734dbrooks@epsom-ewell.gov.uk [field_venue] DD/MM/YYYY
The Silver Birches whch stood in Church Street