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Parks and open spaces in Sutton

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Subject: Carshalton Park, Grove Park (Sutton), Grade I and II* listed buildings in Sutton, Camberwell Green, Sydenham Wells Park
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Parks and open spaces in Sutton

The lake in Beddington Park, London Borough of Sutton
Fountain in Manor Park, Sutton Town Centre

The London Borough of Sutton, one of the peripheral London boroughs, has 89 parks and open spaces within its boundaries, a total area of 1500 acres (6 km²). Varied in size and layout, green spaces range from the compact Manor Park in Sutton town centre, through the medium-sized Grove Park, which forms part of the Carshalton Village conservation area, to the large and historic Oaks Park in the south of the borough. In the west of the borough is the large Nonsuch Park. The main parks are:

External links

  • Notes on Sutton's parks
  • Walking Map of Sutton's Parks
Wide angle view of Carshalton Village Ponds adjacent to Grove Park



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