Out of Sight, Out of Mind?

The Friends of Horton Cemetery has been awarded a grant by Historic England for the “Out of Sight, Out of Mind Project”. This public awareness project is headed up by the Charity’s history consultant Dr. Alana Harris of King’s College London and local Epsom resident.

Our project, supported by Historic England, seeks to recapture these stories and to create a crowd-sourced memorial, overcoming historical amnesia, neglect, and inaction.

We're looking for volunteers to help run our craft workshops! DM us if you're interested

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For #TimeToTalkDay on Thurs 2 Feb, we're inviting all local residents & walking enthusiasts to join our Walk & Talk in Epsom. Led by our experienced walk leaders, for all walkers (beginners & pros) aged 16+.
Open to all, including non-clients of MFT.
No need to book just show up!


Make space in your day for a conversation about mental health. We’d love for you to join us for #TimetoTalkDay, hosted by End Stigma Surrey. #FREE refreshments. Mental health conversations, support, signposting and much more.

We’d love for you to join us for #TimetoTalkDay, hosted by #EndStigmaSurrey on 02/02/23.
Meet people with lived experience of mental health challenges, find out more about local services and support and get to know what’s available in your local community! 😀

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We need your help!

We are seeking volunteers (who will be trained, and work in pairs) to lead public engagement ‘chat and craft’ workshops, which will discuss the history of the ‘Epsom Asylum’ cluster and its cemetery.

For further information visit https://linktr.ee/outofsightepsom or email alana.harris@kcl.ac.uk