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Epsom Common

Epsom Common is an area of open space in Surrey, England. Epsom Common and the adjacent Ashtead Common are a biological Site of Special Scientific Interest. Epsom Common is also of archaeological interest[1][2] and it is a Local Nature Reserve.[3][4]

The common is to the west of Epsom. A stew pond at the north-eastern end has been extensively developed as a wetland habitat.

The Thames Down Link long distance footpath from Kingston upon Thames to Box Hill station runs through the common.[5]

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Coordinates: 51°20′N 0°17′W / 51.33°N 0.29°W / 51.33; -0.29

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