Epsom & Ewell History

& Archaeology Society

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Bourne Hall Museum Club

 for children 8yrs and above


For more information contact David Brooks  [email protected]


Monthly meeting held at Bourne Hall to inspire a love of history and archaeolgy in the younger generation


  £5 per child

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                       CBA newsletter          Bourne Hall Museum Club


                       Surrey Archaeological Society's e-newsletter


                       EELFH newsletter       External courses etc.

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Guided Tours of the Military Graves in Epsom Cemetery


The Commonwealth War Graves Commission is running tours around its site in Ashley Road Cemetery and some of the other 83 war graves in the main cemetery.


Come and hear the history of the Commonwealth War Graves site and find out about some of the servicemen and women buried there.


The tours will be on the last Saturday and Sunday of the month between July and October. There will be two tours on each day – 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. and will last about 90 minutes.


The dates are: Sunday 25th & Saturday 31st of July


Saturday 28th & Sunday 29th of August


Saturday 25th & Sunday 26th of September


Saturday 30th & Sunday 31st of October


The tours are free but the numbers will be restricted. Sign up through EventBrite (

or on the CWGC site

( in ‘what’s happening near you’.

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