Cuddington RA

CUDDINGTON COMMUNITY INFORMATION

There are a number of clubs and societies in the area, catering for all age groups. We have listed some suggestions on this page. If you are a parent or grandparent looking for activities suitable for children and young people, keep checking back as we are working on listing them all here.
Cuddington has a thriving WOMENS' INSTITUTE

DOCTORS The front elevation of Shadbolt Park House where the surgery is based

Shadbolt Park House Surgery,
Shadbolt Park, Salisbury Road, Worcester Park, Surrey KT4 7BX.
020 8335 0521
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LIBRARY SERVICESEwell Court House where the library is based

There are three libraries in the Cuddington vicinity - EWELL COURT, STONELEIGH and
WORCESTER PARK. WORCESTER PARK LIBRARY has a lively FACEBOOK PAGE WITH EVENTS
and houses the H.G. Wells Collection (see below).

EWELL COURT LIBRARY is based at EWELL COURT HOUSE

Marvin the Monkey loves Stoneleigh LibrarySTONELEIGH LIBRARY has a FACEBOOK PAGE and a thriving, all age JOB CLUB on Tuesday 10-12 every week! Any one can drop in for a coffee and a chat to see how we can help them without obligation.
Everyone from Cuddington ward is more than welcome! They have been going successfully for over a year now, helping many local people from Epsom and Ewell into work. The club supported over thirty people into jobs last year!
Their website gives full details of everything on offer. You can make appointments online or email.
The Job Club offers 1:1 free 1 hour coaching sessions in CV drafting, job searching, confidence building, interview preparation, basic IT skills for work and job searching and careers advice. All are trained coaches are volunteers with a background in teaching , training or HR.

CHILDRENS' ACTIVITIES AT STONELEIGH LIBRARY: more details including school holiday/seasonal activities can be found at the LIBRARY WEBSITE

THE HG WELLS COLLECTION A photograph of the author HG Wells

H.G. Wells’ The Argonauts of the Air incorporated Worcester Park as the setting for the 1895 novel.
2016 celebrated the 150th year of his birth. Resident Richard Johnson, a fan of the author, was disappointed to find that Worcester Park’s library had none of the author’s novels in stock, and so set out on a mission to populate the library with his works.

As a result, local traders have donated HG Wells' volumes to Worcester Park library. More than 40 are available. Worcester Park is split between Epsom and Ewell, Kingston and Sutton, so all councils involved have agreed that the books can be loaned to readers with their current library cards.


SCHOOLS IN CUDDINGTON

Links to school information and education (including adult education) can be found on the SURREY CC WEBSITE

AURIOL JUNIOR SCHOOL

Located in the residential area of Epsom and Ewell, the school was built in the 1930s with a new front extension added in 2006. There are approximately 370 pupils, aged 7 – 11. There is a unit for Hearing Impaired Children. Ethos is one which creates a warm, friendly atmosphere where the children are happy, secure and grow in confidence to become independent learners. WEBSITE

CUDDINGTON COMMUNITY PRIMARY SCHOOL

A small, friendly one-form entry school catering for 224 children aged between 4 and 11 years, including the children who attend the specialist provision (The Jubilee Centre). Learning is at the heart of everything the school does: "Wherever learning flourishes, children flourish too". School aim is to feed curiosity and inspire learning so that every child achieves and succeeds in a caring and secure environment. WEBSITE

LINDEN BRIDGE SCHOOL

A Surrey maintained Special School for children and young people with complex social communication needs.
Caters for children aged 4 to 19 years.
Linden Bridge provides effective specialist education and support to pupils with autism and to their families, enabling pupils to achieve their full potential in education and in life. A Teaching School and providing a specialist Autism Outreach service. WEBSITE

THE MEAD SCHOOL

The Mead is a three-form entry infant school with Specialist Resource Base for deaf children. It offers a high quality educational environment in which children are happy and motivated to learn. Every child is unique the school works hard to develop their individuality, as well as providing for their particular needs. WEBSITE


CUDDINGTON SHOPS AND BUSINESSES

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WORSHIPThe church of St Mary the Virgin Cuddington

ST MARY THE VIRGIN CUDDINGTON

Grade II Listed church with a fascinating history!
Activities, service times and wedding/baptism information can be found on the WEBSITE
THE PARISH CALENDAR lists services and events.

For Cuddington Parish History links please visit the CUDDINGTON: OUR HERITAGE page.

OASIS CHURCH are an international church based in SW London filled with people from different nations and backgrounds. They meet at Auriol School Hall, Stoneleigh at 10.30am on Sundays.

WORCESTER PARK BAPTIST CHURCH is based in The Avenue opposite Worcester Park Station. See their WEBSITE for more details.

ST MATTHIAS ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH is based on the A240 Kingston Road. See their WEBSITE for more details.


SOCIAL SCENE

Traditionally, we have a Cuddington "Social Calendar" of sorts that includes fund raising events, fairs, open days and festivals. The Epsom Derby is probably the happening that puts us on the world map - but the Duck Race in the Hogsmill is a worthy rival! Entries are listed monthly - please note that they are not on the same date every year.

There is a comprehesive What's On page for Epsom and Ewell on the COUNCIL WEBSITE

Is there an annual event that we have missed? Please CONTACT US with the details so that we can include it.


MARCH

Ewell Village Spring FestivalHERALD OF SPRING

Spring fair in the gardens around Bourne Hall Lake, Ewell Village. Country show, entertainment, food and drink.


APRIL

Wandgas Family Activities for EasterCOMMUNITY EASTER EGG HUNT

Held every Easter Monday at the field, Wandgas Sports and Social Club. Monies raise benefit the activities at the club, including YOUTH ACTIVITIES around cricket and football, including those for youngsters with special needs.


MAY

Ewell Court Duck RaceTHE DUCK RACE

Early summer race meeting that outclasses the Epsom Derby for thrills! Buy your duck and meet at the stepping stones on the Hogsmill River. Prize for the winner and money raised to local causes. GO TO E.C.R.A. FACEBOOK PAGE


JUNE

The Epsom DerbyTHE EPSOM DERBY

Probably what we are famous for (well, that and the salts). For itinerary and meetings go to THE DERBY WEBSITE


The Shadbolt Park Big Day OutBIG DAY OUT, SHADBOLT PARK

Every June our community fair brings the Cuddington Dog Show, produce, stalls, beer tent, teas, games and a barbeque to our park. Includes an open day to the THE DAY LILY GARDEN


JULY

The Shadbolt Park Sports DaySPORTS DAY, SHADBOLT PARK

A fundraising family sports event - great fun! Money raised on the day helps with projects, such as the park playground.


The Cuddington Beer FestivalTHE CUDDINGTON BEER FESTIVAL

A great weekend that raises money for the activities and facilities for the Second Cuddington Scouts. Real ales and ciders, food and music. (I have been to the festival in the pouring rain and it was still absolutely excellent!) GO TO EVENT WEBSITE


SEPTEMBER

Trifest live musicTRIFEST AT AURIOL PARK

Annual late summer festival in Salisbury Road, Cuddington. Organised by Cuddington, Ewell Court and Stoneleigh & Auriol. Live music, food, beer tent, stalls and rides.


DECEMBER

BOXING DAY IN EWELL VILLAGEMorris Man, watercolour, by Cuddington Artist Maureen Jones

Morris Men, Ewell Parish

Ewell St Mary's Morris Men hold a Traditional Mummers Play and Dances through the village, followed by a Wassail at the Wheatsheaf.

EWELL ST MARY'S MORRIS MEN ON FACEBOOK


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