Ewell is a beautiful village in Surrey, England. It is on the spring line between the chalk of the London Clay and North Downs. Ewell is now part of the Borough of Epsom and Ewell. It is in the northeast quarter of Surrey, not far from Greater London.
Postcode District KT17 KT19
There is a railway station in Leatherhead. Services included trains northwards to London Waterloo, London Victoria, Epsom, Wimbledon, and Sutton. Here it links with the London Underground and Tramlink, and south to Dorking, Horsham, Guildford.
There are two railway stations in Ewell:
Ewell West has services towards London Waterloo, Dorking and Guildford.
Ewell East has a regular train to London Victoria, Dorking, and Horsham.
In Ewell, bus services are provided which are the 293, 406, 418, 467, 470, E5 and E16. These are all providing links to the London Underground at Morden, Chessington, and Kingston Upon Thames
Ewell is a surprisingly green borough with a variety of parks and open spaces.
Horton Country Park Local Nature Reserve, set in 400 acres boasts an excellent children’s farm and an 18 hole golf course.
Nonsuch Park with the 1731 Nonsuch Mansion at its heart, is situated between Cheam and Ewell.
Close to Epson and Ewell, other tourist attractions include Chessington World of Adventures and Morden Hall Park.
Interesting fact: The name Ewell comes from the Old English word meaning river or spring. This is due to the sacred spring at Ewell which has drawn people to the area since Prehistoric times.