In addition to the services offered by Epsom & Ewell Borough Council, below are some useful links to other organisations which also provide services within the county.
GOV.UK is the best place to find government services and information.
Links to some of the more frequently used services can be found below
- Tax assessment on line
- Tax Credits online
- Jobcentre Plus
- Book your driving theory and practical tests
Surrey County Council
The county council are responsible for a wide range of services from maintaining the highways to running local schools. Details of the range of services they provide and how to contact them is available at www.surrey.gov.uk.
Links to some of the more frequently used Surrey county council services can be found below.
- Registering birth, deaths, marriages and civil partnerships
- Roads and maintenance
- Complain to trading standards
- Find local childcare
- Free bus passes
- Surrey Crisis Fund
- Surrey Alert - sharing and providing information to Surrey in an emergency
Citizens Advice Epsom & Ewell offers free, confidential, impartial and independent advice and information on a wide range of issues, for example: benefits, housing, debt, fuel poverty, visa applications, court processes, small claims, probate, inheritance tax, wills, care costs, neighbour disputes, consumer issues, student loans, personal injuries, marriage and relationship issues.
Citizens Advice Epsom & Ewell are a local charity, supported by local volunteers, to help local people
Their website www.caee.org.uk provides contact details and opening times.
Epsom and Ewell are served by Surrey Police. Their website www.surrey.police.uk provides details on how they serve the community, their priorities and direction and how to report crime within Surrey
Epsom & Ewell foodbank
Epsom & Ewell foodbank don’t think anyone in our community should have to face going hungry. That’s why they provide three days’ nutritionally balanced emergency food and support to local people who are referred to us in crisis. They are part of a nationwide network of foodbanks, supported by The Trussell Trust, working to combat poverty and hunger across the UK.
For more details on how to donate or get help please visit their website www.epsomewell.foodbank.org.uk.
Boom Community Bank
Boom Community Bank is like a high street bank in that it lends to borrowers, looks after money for savers and provides current accounts; however, it does not operate to make a profit. Boom’s purpose is to help its customers build financial resilience by providing accessible financial services with an emphasis on regular savings, even for those who borrow. Boom Community Bank pledges fair, transparent loan pricing and is committed to responsible lending principles. Visit Boom’s website www.boomcb.org.uk for more information on loans, savings, and current accounts.
Sensory services by Sight for Surrey
Sight for Surrey operate a new service supporting people with sensory impairments access welfare benefits, available from 3 October 2016. The service can be accessed using the contact details below:
Sensory services by Sight for Surrey
Voice line for deaf / hard of hearing: 01372 869961
SMS: 07860 026269
Telephone: 01372 377701
Fax: 01372 360767
Minicom: 01372 361517
Epsom and Ewell Community Fund
The Epsom and Ewell Community Fund supports local community and voluntary groups who are making a difference to the quality of local community life by awarding grants to fund their work.
For further details visit the fund's website: www.cfsurrey.org.uk/fund/epsom-ewell-community-fund.
Surrey Crisis Fund
The Surrey Crisis Fund is a discretionary fund run by Surrey County Council providing financial help Surrey residents who have nowhere else to turn in an emergency or following a disaster. Link to further details