History of the Epsom Badge


The arms were granted on September 4, 1937 to Epsom & Ewell Borough Council.

The green and white symbolise the grass and the chalk of the Downs, and the two horses heads mark Epsom's long association with horse racing. The two wavy bars of blue represent Ewell and its springs.

The motto "None Such" refers to Nonsuch Palace, much loved by Queen Elizabeth I, but now long destroyed. The site, Nonsuch Park, lies partly in Epsom and partly in Sutton.


The Epsom Badge

It is assumed that this metal badge was the first obtained by the Club.


The Epsom Bowling Club is based on the Epsom & Ewell Borough Council Coat of Arms shown above.


The Epsom Badge - Second Version.


Although there appears to be little difference at first glance, but the Green is darker & the Blue much lighter. Also the writing is very slightly bigger.


The Epsom Centenary Badge


This Badge was obtained for the Centenary year - 2009



The Original Epsom Blazer Badge




The Ladies' Epsom Badge


This is the Ladies' Badge which was used when the Ladies' Section was formed in 1947.

There are no records as to when the Ladies' adopted the same Badge as the men.


This is the Badge of New Zealand Epsom Bowling Club