Monthly Archives: March 2018

Ewell West Station footpath update

We are very pleased to report that the planning department at the council have received a planning application for the footpath to be built at Ewell West Station to replace the current footpath and provide step free access to both platforms.

We had originally met with the train operator to discussed this and had reported here the plans. We are very pleased to see action being taken towards the new build.

You can see all the details of the planning application as well as provide your comments in relation to the plans here.

The plans include the demolition of the current footpath and a new one with two lifts being built on the London end of the station. Additionally the parking area will be reconfigured and the stairs leading to Chessington Rd will be rebuilt.

The above picture shows how the footbridge will look like from both sides of the station after completion.

The above picture shows how the footbridge will look like from both sides of the station after completion.

The above picture shows the location of the new footbridge.

The above picture shows the location of the new footbridge.

 

The above picture shows the new design for the steps into Chessington Rd and the new disable parking bays.

The above picture shows the new design for the steps into Chessington Rd and the new disable parking bays.

 

Epsom Common Day – Help with funding

Epsom Common Day 2018 will be steeped in local history as this year marks the 400th anniversary of Epsom Well with the discovery of ‘Epsom Salts’ site back in 1618. This gave Epsom its first claim to fame as a Spa town during the 17th & 18th centuries.

The team organising the event and hoping to bring it back to life are asking for help in funding. Please find all the details on the attached document

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Thank you

Invitation to lunch on Easter Sunday

We have received this very kind invitation that we would like to share with all our residents. If you are alone on Easter Sunday, you can maybe join the residents at Priory Court at their Easter Sunday lunch.

“Priory Court would like to invite about ten people to lunch with us on Easter Sunday.

Lunch will be served at 1pm and guests would be more than welcome to stay with us for the Easter Sunday service with Douglas at 3pm. Obviously there is no charge for this event, but we will need to know numbers by Good Friday.”

Please contact Paul Vale at Priory House to confirm your space, either call on 0208 393 0137 (option 5) or email reception@priorycourtcare.co.uk