THE 18th TERRIER DERBY At Epsom Racecourse
(Close to the Furlong Marker – next the Grandstand) Sunday September 11th 2022 Registration from 12.00pm – Races start from 1.00pm Presentations around 3.45pm
Shergar, Mill Reef, Nijinsky are all legendary Derby winners that have trod the famous Epsom turf. But on Sunday September 11th the “Sport of Kings” becomes the sport of lunatics when over 60 barking mad terriers attempt to follow in their footsteps of those legends in the Terrier Derby. Run alongside the actual Derby course, at the historic Epsom Racecourse, The Terrier Derby is an hilarious spectacle for audience and participants alike. There is a raffle, food, and other attractions including the best turned out fun dog show- a chance to win a his and hers doggie hats. The races are just £3 to enter your doggie and free to spectators – with an optional donation to The Royal Marsden Cancer Charity.
If you have any breed, up to around 15” at the shoulder, bring them along or just come and enjoy the fun with the Terrier Racing set. There are 16 heats followed by quarter and semi-finals then the grand final with the terriers chasing a lure towed by a (not so) state of the art contraption.
For more information or to pre-register your dog visit terrierderby.com or email [email protected] You can also register on the day from 12.00pm, at the registration tent.
Take to the stands at this year’s Charity Celebrity Match, hosted at the Woking Football Club’s Laithwaite Community Stadium, with the support of Sellebrity Soccer.
The match is in aid of Cherry Trees, Woking & Sam Beare Hospices and Hearing Dogs for Deaf People with all ticketing proceeds going to the three charities, with collections and initiatives on the day as well.
A fantastic chance to meet some of your TV favourites, with Calum Best, James Argent, Jake Wood, Dan Osborne and many more in attendance on the day.
Deliciously entertaining scenes and arias from the world’s favourite operas.
Join for a fabulous evening in aid of Cherry Trees in an exclusive private garden. Be royally entertained with great opera favourites, presented by Hatstand Opera in their delightfully light-hearted style.
If you haven’t seen Hatstand Opera perform before, you’re in for a treat! Enjoy the laughter, passion and sheer joy of opera highlights, sung by Hatstand’s professional opera singers who love what they do.
Back for a third performance by popular demand, Hatstand Opera present a chocolate-box assortment of classic scenes and heart-rending arias from favourite operas in their trademark informal style. The “fab four” often include the occasional classic musical too, plus a couple of unusual items for the opera buffs, and lots of fun stuff for the rest of us!
Most extracts are sung in English, including airline adverts, favourite tunes and something really unusual for the buffs, loads of laughs and much more. No need for subtitles, when compere and mezzo Kirsty Young introduces who’s singing what, when and why!
Bring your friends to this wonderful evening of magnificent music set in beautiful surroundings. Please bring anything you may need to make your evening comfortable, such as tables, chairs and cushions (candelabras optional!). Feel free to make your picnic as lavish or simple as you choose with drinks of your choice.
Tickets are £45 each with all proceeds going to Cherry Trees.
Cherry Trees are proud to present two days of exceptional jazz and classical music at the stunning High Clandon Estate Vineyard. Join us for Jazz at Sunset on Friday 20th of May or Summer Classics in the Meadows on Saturday 21st of May.
High Clandon Estate Vineyard is a breath-taking private property and vineyard, situated at the heart of the rolling Surrey Hills. With views all over the area, including up to the London skyline, this is the perfect spot for watching the sunset. Stroll the wildflower meadows and discover award winning sculptures dotted around the vineyard.
Friday 20th May
Stroll the wildflower meadows from 2pm. Music begins at 2.30pm.
Led by Sophie Langdon, Violin Professor at the Royal Academy of Music, the Ardenti Ensemble is a musical collective of friends formed from the BBC and London Orchestras. We are delighted to present a celebration of the Baroque era. Sophistication, wit and filigree in a beautiful Surrey Hills setting at High Clandon Vineyard.
Saturday 21st May
Stroll the wildflower meadows from 5.30pm. Music begins at 6pm.
Join us in the vineyard and atmospheric Glass Barn for a performance by the Steve Waterman Quartet. Steve Waterman is one of the top British jazz trumpet players both at home and on the international scene. He began his career while studying at Trinity College Of Music, and since then has worked regularly on the British, European and International jazz scene. A regular at Ronnie Scott’s Jazz Club, Gareth Williams is one of the most intensely creative, dynamic and exciting performers on the UK scene. Joined by passionate double bass player, teacher and local jazz promoter, Marianne Windham and life-long drummer Dave Barry.
£49 per day
£85 for both days
Includes a glass of award-winning High Clandon Cuvée and canapes.
For tickets, please call 01483 222507 or visit https://www.cherrytrees.org.uk/Event/sparkling-melodies
All proceeds go towards supporting vulnerable children at Cherry Trees.
The Salts are hoping to finish 2nd in the league to gain home advantage in this seasons play offs. The last time these two teams met at christmas was firey and best forgotten with Dorking being awarded the 3pts.
As well as the football the club and What’s On wants to show our support with Surrey Stands With Ukraine charity based in Epsom. We are hoping to have face painting and there will also be a BBQ after the game with all donations going to Surrey Stands With Ukraine
So if you want to get out the house on Bank Holiday Monday head to Fetcham grove and cheer on The Salts or Wanderers
Can’t make the game? You can still Support The Salts by buying a ticket at just £5 plus booking fees. All gate money goes to the club.
To book your reduced tickets (£5 plus booking fee) CLICK HERE
We are so grateful to all of our wonderful supporters, every donation makes a difference to people in our communities. You helped us feed more than 680 people in February, that is up 85 people since January. Epsom & Ewell Foodbank supports families and individuals in Ashtead, Banstead, Tadworth, Epsom, Ewell, Stoneleigh, Leatherhead, Bookham and Fetcham
If you are booking a supermarket delivery for them? Please let them know when to expect it. See opening times below.
This week, 4th March, we have several urgently needed items:
Longlife sponge puddings
Longlife fruit juice
Spaghetti in sauce
Children’s toothpaste 0-2
Children’s toothbrushes 0-2
We also need:
Long life UHT milk (full fat and semi skimmed only)
Come along to the Shalford Eco Forum to listen, connect and learn about the current environmental crisis and global conservation. A chance to raise your voice on why the environment matters to you and hear from local organisation’s and charities actively involved in protecting the environment. This event aims to address the current environmental crisis and engage with our local community in how we can all make a difference for a greener future. Open to all ages, ages, families and businesses alike.
What’s on the agenda?
Young Voices for change – Hear from the next generation on what matters to them and how they are helping to fight climate change.
• Shalford Infant School Eco Warriors
• Tillingbourne Junior School, Yr 6 Eco Committee
• St Catherine’s School, Yr 10 Eco Team
• 1st Shalford Guides
Conservation Professionals – Hear from the CEO of David Shepherd Wildlife Foundation about their mission to protect endangered animals through funding key conservation projects across Africa and Asia. Alongside adventurer Tom Hicks speaking about his upcoming polar expedition to measure ice melt rates at the North pole!
• Georgina Lamb, Chief Executive, David Shepherd Wildlife Foundation
• Tom Hicks, Conservationist & Explorer
• Colin Summerhayes, Guildford Environmental Forum
Community & Lifestyle – Find out what green initiatives are happening in your local area and how you can get involved.
• Rosamund Community Garden Project
• ZERO Guildford & Eco Diocese
• Shalford Eco Church & Shalford Parish Council
• Guildford Borough Council & Surrey County Council
Networking and Q&A session to finish the evening with delicious food available on the night from ‘Nibilicious’ Vegetarian Bites.