The Friends of Epsom College is a society made up of parents, former parents and others connected to the College. On joining Epsom College, all parents automatically become members of the Friends of Epsom College. Membership is free and entitles parents and their friends to enjoy the many social functions organised throughout the year by the Friends’ Committee.

Each year there is a range of events to suit all tastes. Events planned for the coming academic year include:

Saturday 7 March: Quiz Night, Main Hall, 7.30pm – SOLD OUT

Get your thinking caps on for an evening of fine food and friendly competition.

Tickets are £25 and include a chilli supper and ice cream. Tables are comprised of 8 people although smaller groups are welcome and will be allocated with others to make up a team.

Book tickets

Friday 12 June: Summer Ball at The RAC, Epsom

Information about ticketing for each of these events will be made available in The Brief, the weekly College newsletter.

We aim to ensure that these events are good value, as well as providing quality entertainment for the wider College Community, including parents, past parents and their friends and the Common Room.

These social events are not linked to any fundraising activities, although any surplus monies raised are put towards suitable College projects. Recently, money raised by the Friends has provided school equipment for co-curricular activities, contributed to bursaries for academic endeavours and supported sports tours.

For more information please contact Rhiannon Johnson at rhiannon.johnson@epsomcollege.org.uk

A copy of the Friends of Epsom College Constitution can be found by clicking here.

President: Dawn Wildenberg

Honorary Treasurer: Sarah Teasdale

Honorary Secretary: Rhiannon Johnson

Third Form representatives: Sarah Austin and Dominique Hainebach

Lower Fourth representative: Sue Church-Jones

Middle Fourth representative: Fiona Edwards

Fifth Form representatives: Samantha Crabb and Susan Taylor

Lower Sixth representative: Karen Bulmer

Upper Sixth representatives: Alan Palmer, Virginia Howarth and Maria Stoney