We understand that this is a challenging time and want to reassure you that the wellbeing of our customers, retail staff and employees is our priority.

In line with the latest Government guidance, our centre remains open. The Ashley Centre has an obligation to remain open so our community can continue to obtain health, hygiene, food and toiletry products they need during this difficult time.

Safety for all is of paramount importance. We are taking a number of precautionary hygiene measures such as enhancing our already stringent cleaning protocols which includes an increase in frequency of cleaning/sterilising of common areas and making hand sanitiser available in locations around the centre. We are also reminding employees and visitors in our centres of the guidance given by health authorities.

We have postponed future events including our Mother’s Day workshop,  Kids Club monthly activity and holiday craft workshops.

Restaurants and coffee shops will continue to trade but please check with individual retailers.

The evolving nature of the situation makes some disruption inevitable, and we apologise if this causes inconvenience.

The policies and opening times of individual stores will vary – so please check on a daily basis by visiting our shops page and going to the individual store profile page

Our retailers are working hard to help our local community, and we ask that our visitors shop sensitively and respectfully.

Our site teams are available to help visitors with any questions they may have.

We hope you all remain safe over the coming weeks and please take notice of the World Health Organisation and Public Health England advice.

The Ashley Centre Recipe for Success cook book  


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 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.