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Spooky Half Term at The Ashley Centre
Join us this half term for some FREE spooktacular Halloween themed events.
Pumpkin Carving Workshops (workshop available for 200 children)
Monday 28th & October 10.30am – 4.30pm
Become a pumpkin carving maestro in this spooktacular workshop! Our skilled pumpkin carver will be giving expert advice on how to create a pumpkin with personality for Halloween.
Creepy Crawly Roadshow
Tuesday 29th & Wednesday 30th October 10.30am – 4.30pm
Prepare to be spooked by our range of super scary creepy crawlies, including live snakes, lizards, tarantulas, scorpions and more!
Trick or Treat
Thursday 31st October 10.30am – 4.30pm
Children are invited to dress as their favourite scariest creature, collect a card from the Information Point outside New Look and tour the Centre trick or treating!
Chakra Health Event - Sunday 17th November
The aura camera shows directly your auric fields and it's colours. You can take a picture of the screen and collect an aura colour chart for your information.
Christmas Lights Switch On - 23rd November
Visit The Ashley Centre on Saturday 23 November for a host of festive entertainment, music and the annual Christmas lights switch on extravaganza!
Free entertainment for everyone starts at 12noon with masses of excitement and fun to start the celebrations and get the party going ready for the big switch on at 5pm. This year there will be stilt walkers, comedy, face painters, balloon modellers, roaming entertainers and more.
The lights switch on show will start at 5pm by Café Moka and H&M with stars from the Epsom Playhouse pantomime Peter Pan, Ashley Bear and Father Christmas all making an appearance.
After the show if you would like to meet the cast or Father Christmas they will be greeting everyone by House of Fraser, New Look and The Works.
WW1 Mural Unveiled at The Ashley Centre
RECIPE FOR SUCCESS LAUNCHED IN STYLE BY CELEBRITY CHEF TONY TOBIN
Celebrity Chef Tony Tobin visited The Ashley Centre on Saturday (14 April 2018) to launch the Recipe for Success book jam packed full of local shopper’s favourite recipes and a few of his own!
To the delight of Epsom shoppers Tony demonstrated six of the recipes during the day, met the audience and signed copies of the book. He cooked breakfast bars, Dave's Special Risotto, mixed Asian noodles, soy sauce honey chicken wings, penne pasta with spicy chorizo, tomato and olives and the best chocolate brownie.
He said: "It was such an honour to be preparing and cooking the amazing recipes submitted by the lovely customers of The Ashley Centre and also to be involved in two great charities."
David Beddows, The Ashley Centre Manager said: “We were so pleased with the response to our first recipe book! Many people who had submitted something for inclusion came on Saturday and were delighted to find that theirs had made it into print. The book contains 50 recipes for starters, main courses, puddings, snacks and drinks. The Ashley Centre’s Recipe for Success book costs £10 with £3 going to the charities and on Saturday alone we sold 51 copies and donated the total amount from the sales to our two chosen charities who received £255 each.”
The book is now available to buy from Quest in The Ashley Centre for £10 while stocks last. It can also be purchased online at http://www.blurb.co.uk/b/8604253-the-ashley-centre-recipe-for-success for £14.59.
Tony Tobin helped The Ashley Centre staff go through the recipes to choose those that are included in the book. Everyone who had their recipe chosen has been sent a free copy and money from book sales will be donated to The Ashley Centre’s chosen charities which are Epsom Branch of Guide Dogs for the Blind and The Sunnybank Trust who support adults with learning disabilities.
Bamboo Basket offers low fat food on the go
Bamboo Basket offers low fat food on the go - it's official, their two most popular dishes, Chicken Rice and Chicken Noodles have been analysed by Surrey County Council and the results are in! Fast food thats good for you