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Epsom, Ewell and District Centre

 Supporting the National Trust since 1971

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Requests to be seated with friends on coach outings should be indicated on the application forms.  Please ensure the names of all applicants are put on the form.

If you have a mobile telephone please put your number on the application form – on a coach trip and on our holidays please leave your phone switched on until you board the coach.

It is essential if more than one visit is being booked that each application is accompanied by a separate cheque and separate stamped self-addressed envelope. Cheques will not be banked until 2 weeks before each event.

Please ensure that you carry your National Trust membership card when we visit National Trust properties.

Due to increased costs in relation to outings we need at least 21 days’ notice of a cancellation and request to return monies in full.

Please note our normal coach pick up points are as follows:

Banstead:             The Library  Horseshoe  Bolters Lane

Sutton:                 The Quadrant (off Brighton Road)

Cheam Village:   Ewell Road at corner of Anne Boleyn’s Walk

Ewell:                   Bus Stop  Bourne Hall

Epsom:                 Opposite McDonald’s

Monday 26th March 2018

Visit – Postal Museum 15-20 Phoenix Place  Farringdon London WC1X 0DA

We will meet in the courtyard of the Museum at 2.15pm.  The Museum’s galleries will take you on a journey through five centuries of world-class curiosities, providing a different, previously unseen view on some of the world’s most significant historical events and an insight into the quirky beginnings of the earliest social network.  Descend into the old engineering depot of Mail Rail – the one-hundred-year old little known Post Office railway and board a miniature train designed to transport people through its narrow tunnels for the first time.  The train ride will pass through and stop at the original Mount Pleasant station platforms 70 feet underground, where an impressive audio-visual display will take riders back in time, giving an insight into the heyday of the railway.  The cost of this visit is £15.