Epsom and Ewell


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Epsom and Ewell

(yo͞o`əl), borough and district (1991 pop. 66,000), Surrey, SE England. Epsom salts were first prepared in 1618 from the mineral waters there. Epsom was a popular spa in the 17th and 18th cent. It is also famous for horse racing at Epsom Downs, where the Derby and the Oaks are run. Epsom College, a public school, was founded in 1853.
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He recalled: "Our physio, was also Charlton's physio, but he helped out at Epsom and Ewell because it was his local club.
Chris Grayling, Conservative MP for Epsom and Ewell, has written to Network Rail chief executive John Armitt urging him to reconsider and free up funds for improvements ahead of the city's year as Capital of Culture in 2008.
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Sir Archie, 55, MP for Epsom and Ewell, said: "I don't think you will get any comment out of me on that.
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Epsom and Ewell Borough Council stated its preference was for Downs House to remain in the racehorse training industry.
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Julia Giles, board member of Epsom and Ewell PHAB (Physically Handicapped and Able Bodied) group in Surrey, helps provide leisure activities and holidays for 100 young people with and without disabilities.