A lovely South West suburb with underground links too
"Morden Hall Park boasts stunning views of London's skyline."Gary Howorth
"Morden Hall Park is a stunning National Trust site right by Morden's town centre, with a cafe and pretty meadowland."Tom Cope
"The John Innes Conservation Area in Merton has some beautiful old buildings."Tom Cope
Where do Morden locals go?
Morden Hall Park
With the River Wandle flowing through, there are meadows and wetlands with lots of wildlife and a beautiful rose garden. A fantastic place to walk, run or ride through. At the end of summer, a beer festival is also held here.
Submitted by Richard
Deen City Farms
A small, local petting farm with a riding school and free admission.
Submitted by Richard
The Wrythe Recreation Ground
On this location is a large underground air-raid shelter from the Second World War. The entrance and vents are visible, but it is not possible to enter the bunker. It also backs onto Carshalton Athletic FC football ground.
Submitted by Geraldine
The William Morris
Sat on the River Wandle, a traditional, warm and welcoming pub. Serves a great Sunday roast. Perfect for a drink on a summer's afternoon.
Submitted by Richard
Aya Lebanese Cuisine
The staff are always welcoming, the food beats all other competition of its type. Not only is the food delicious but healthy because of being charcoal grilled. There is always a friendly, welcoming, lively environment every time I go and take the family.
Submitted by Alex
CAMRA Greater London Pub of the Year 2012 & 2013, which is run by a collective of locals. There's always a friendly welcome and the homemade, simple food goes down a treat as well!
Submitted by Jamie
New Wimbledon Theatre
Bringing West End shows to the heart of Wimbledon since Edwardian times, as well as new and experimental productions.
Submitted by Faiza
Why do you find Morden a great place to live?
"Well connected, convenient shopping and plenty of green spaces. "
"Excellent place for schools."
"Lovely parks, including Morden Hall Park (National trust) also good transport connections."
"Access to Northern line tube station"
"The fast transport links to central London (Northern line) and green open spaces."
What do you like about Morden?
Did you know?
"Sir Walter Raleigh had a residence in Mitcham, and Queen Elizabeth I visited the are frequently. Its fields of lavender was known to produce a soothing air."
Child-friendly activities near Morden
The Flea CircusMerton Abbey School
A unique combination of circus, movement, make-believe and song, you will soon see your child develop confidence, imagination, co-ordination and concentration.The workshops are broken into sections to encourage physical and creative development. Songs, music and storytelling make our classes so fun and imaginative they won't even notice they are learning. Website
Baby Sensory Wimbledon - Birth to 13 monthsEddie Catz Wimbledon, (soft play centre)
The Baby Sensory Southfields & Putney classes are specifically designed to enhance your baby's development across all areas and are a great way to meet other parents too. Website
Carshalton Playtime Baby & Toddler GroupWest Street Church
Carshalton Playtime Baby & Toddler Group - every Wednesday during term time 9.30-11.30am Held at West Street Church West Street Carshalton (parking available). All welcome no need to book in advance. For more information contact Suzi at: email@example.com Website
NCT Carshalton Playtime Baby & Toddler GroupWest Street Church
Carshalton Playtime Baby & Toddler Group is every Wednesday during term time 9.30-11.30am Held at West Street Church West Street Carshalton (parking available). All welcome no need to book in advance. For more information contact Suzi at: firstname.lastname@example.org Website
The Siegeris School of DanceSouth Wimbledon Community Centre
The dance school, with its happy environment has a professional and enthusiastic approach with a high standard of teaching under the direction of Jennifer Siegeris RAD Teaching Dip, RAD RTS, AISTD. Website
Drama BudsWimbledon International Adventist Church
Our classes create a positive fun environment for your child to naturally grow and blossom in confidence. Whilst our stories ignite young imaginations helping your child to bloom as a creative thinker, to problem solve and write creatively at school. Website
Morden is a district in the London Borough of Merton. It is located approximately 10 miles (16 km) South-southwest of central London between Merton Park (to the north), Mitcham (to the east), Sutton (to the south) and Worcester Park (to the west). Little of the earlier rural character of Morden survived the suburban expansion, although the area has excellent provision of parks and playing fields, many of them created from remnants of the former country estates. It is, for the most part, a suburb.
Local Estate Agencies
Why not explore some other local areas:
- Sutton Common
- West Sutton
- North Cheam
- Raynes Park
- Colliers Wood
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