Celebrating Epsom Coaches 95th Anniversary


I have always had a soft spot for Epsom Coaches, from working with the wonderful Roy Richmond in the early 1980’s, to operating Riviera Express with them in the early 1990’s, everything about Epsom Coaches was always so professional. Sadly both my Father, Francis Flin and Roy Richmond the charming and charismatic owner of Epsom have passed away but in Epsom Coaches case the company continues to flourish under the direction of Steve Whiteway, a visionary leader who continues to uphold the values of the Richmond family to this day. 95 years of proud history is really something to celebrate and for those of you close enough to make the journey to visit their modern and always immaculate premises I guarantee you a really great day out!

Kind Regards

John Flin – Managing Director Coachholidays.com

On Saturday 20th June 2015, Epsom Coaches are holding a charity event in celebration of their 95th Anniversary. Having provided their customers with coaching holidays since 1920, Epsom coaches will be putting on an exhibition of various vehicles including buses, coaches, cars and motorcycles that span from that time period to the present day.

You will be able to explore the history of the company and its growth to what it is today with a fleet of 120 buses & coaches.  They’ll be plenty of transport memorabilia, for those who have fond memories or those who are simply transportation enthusiast. Even the children will have something to do with the children’s fun bus and a bouncy castle to keep them entertained.

In visiting this event you will able to gain insight of what the customer doesn’t usually see. It might just encourage you to look for their tours on our website at Coachholidays.com. Here you’ll find a selection that will cater for your holiday needs, whether it be a coastal trip or a European city break away from the hustle and bustle of home life.

To find out more information about this event, please visit: Epsom Coach 95th Anniversary Event

Money raised will be given to Epsom and Ewell Community Fund.


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