Epsom, Ewell and District Centre
Supporting the National Trust since 1971
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 ALSO NOTE that members over the age of 80 years and members’ guests who are not members of National Trust are not covered by National Trust’s Third Party Indemnity insurance. These people participate in our Centre’s activities at their own risk.
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
Wednesday 24th April 2019
Spring Coach Trip to Corsham Court, Corsham, Wiltshire
I have managed to book a private morning tour of this magnificent English Country house owned by the Methuen family. We will see magnificent state rooms, a significant art collection and a garden designed by Capability Brown. You may picnic in the grounds after our visit to the state rooms or obtain lunch in the town which is five minutes away. We will then return to the Court and gardens which will be open to the general public at 2pm.
Tuesday 18th June 2019
Coach Visit to Broughton Castle near Banbury
I have again managed to secure a private tour of one of the great Tudor houses of England lived in and managed by the Fiennes family. It was closely involved in the English Civil War and used extensively for film locations,. The garden based on the advice of Lanning Roper is spectacular in mid-summer. At 1.30pm we will have a ploughman’s lunch at the castle consisting of ham, pork pie, various cheeses, scotch eggs, pickled onions, grapes, celery with an artisan roll and butter plus juice/water/tea and coffee. The cost of this trip is £42 to include the private tour and lunch.
|To Contact Us|
|Winter Talks Programme 2018|
|11th December 2018 - Christmas Lunch|
|13th November 2018 - Visit to RAF Hendon|
|17th October 2018 - Concorde Talk|
|10th October 2018 - Autumn Coffee Morning|
|8th October 2018 - Bedford Park Walk|
|21st August 2018 - Lunch at Il Laghetto Restaurant, Ewell Village|
|26th July 2018 - Visit to The London Postal Museum|