The Epsom Fireworks Display & Funfair
Chairman and 7th Epsom Methodist Scout Group Scout Leader
welcome you to the biggest display in the area.
A very big welcome again to all those who have attended our display in previous years.
If this is your first visit we hope you enjoy it and are able to encourage your friends and family to come next year. We believe that the Epsom display now ranks as one of the best and the largest displays in the south of England with about £20,000 of aerial display fireworks. It is essentially a family show with the added attraction of the bonfire and Fun Fair with candyfloss and toffee apples. We also have hot food and drink available along with a sweet stall this year with one of Epsom local market traders. So enjoy!
We operate a coach pick up and set down service from Epsom and Tolworth Stations and the Ruxley Lane/A24 junction and a Park and Ride scheme from Hobbledown Children's Farm, Longmead Estate and Chessington Garden Centre. There is no parking at Hook Road Arena. See our travel page for more details about how to get to the event
Every year local groups help us with the display to raise much-needed funds for their own organisations and for charities in the Borough. Approximately 150 people volunteer their help on the night and without them the event would not go ahead. Another very big thank you to all those who help.
Have a great evening
Mr Osagthorp, Event Organiser
Welcome to our annual firework display.
We are pleased and proud to be able to provide Epsom with
a safe and spectacular display.
Our main aim as a Scout Group is to
provide local young people with quality Scouting and I
believe that we are successful in this. We are based in
the town centre, behind the Methodist church in Ashley
Road, and have over 350 youngsters attending meetings
Recently the group has participated in
many activities including:
Water activities – Sailing, canoeing, rafting and water
Mountaineering, rock climbing, abseiling and caving.
Shooting, archery, golf, amateur radio and amateur
The 4.7.11 Gang Show at Epsom Playhouse
Many national and international camps and expeditions
Including the World Jamboree in Hylands Park, Sweden and
As well as being a leader there are many
opportunities to help, a few are listed below.
* Quartermaster – issuing, purchasing and maintaining
* Headquarters maintenance – simple DIY jobs and
overseeing larger tasks
* Fund raising – from organising major events to lending a
hand on the day
* Administration – record keeping, badge issuing, minute
taking, book keeping
* Publicity – reporting, editing, public relations
* Instructors – adventurous land, water and air activities
* Theatre (4.7.11 Gang Show) – production, choreography,
We are always looking for adults to join
our team. It is great fun for the leaders and helpers as
well as the youngsters! If you would like to find out more
about us, please contact me on 01372 728187.
Neil Dallen, Group Scout Leader.