It is important to look after our health and wellbeing. Getting outside in the fresh air and natural daylight is beneficial for our minds as well as our bodies.
There are several beautiful open spaces in Epsom and Ewell which are great for walking including
- Epsom Downs
- Epsom Common Local Nature Reserve
- Nonsuch Park
- Hogsmill Local Nature Reserve
- Horton Country Park Local Nature Reserve
Scroll down to the bottom of the page to find maps for each of these open spaces.
Do you have diabetes? Are you able to walk for short periods of time (even if slowly) and want to improve your health?
We run twice weekly walks around the borough for individuals with diabetes to help lose weight and reduce blood pressure. It’s free, fun and friendly with the aim of improving your health and wellbeing. The walks are led by an experienced, insured and first aid trained walk leader. Walks can accommodate people at different paces and there will be regular breaks for those that need them.
To register, please email your name and telephone number to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Epsom and Ewell Health Walks
In April 2011, Epsom and Ewell Health Walks became an independent voluntary group with its own Committee and Constitution.
The group is now overseen by a number of walk leaders and volunteers. Walks are free, cater for all abilities and there is no need to book, you can just turn up at your chosen venue and join in. There are short beginners walks on Mondays for those who are just getting back into exercise. Alternatively there are also hour long walks on Wednesdays and Sundays for anyone who would like to walk a little further and at a faster pace.
Guided walks with the Countryside Team
Bourne Hall Museum walks
Our museum team at Bourne Hall run historical walks around Epsom and Ewell.