Sutton Ecology Centre is part of the London Borough of Sutton's Biodiversity Team and is the main resource for environmental education in the borough.
The grounds are an excellent place for a stroll and to find out about wildlife habitats, composting, organic and wildlife gardening. The Centre runs educational visits for schools as well as events for adults, families and children, birthday parties, volunteer days and much more.
Aims of the centre
- To create better understanding of our local and global environment
- To encourage involvement in our environment by the whole community
- To serve as a base for environmental action throughout the Borough
Sutton Ecology Centre Trail
You can now discover our grounds by following the Sutton Ecology Centre Trail. The trail includes the Nature, Heritage and Sensory aspects of our grounds. You can also pick a leaflet from the dispenser outside The Old Rectory, Festival Walk.
The grounds are open to the public from 9am until sunset, Monday through Sunday, all year round. However, if you are visiting with an organised group, please book in advance as the grounds are used for teaching and volunteering by the biodiversity team throughout the week.
For bookings, advice and information, please call us on 020 8770 5820 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
To find out how to become a Friend of Sutton Ecology, please email friends.ecology@yahoo.
How to find us
Train: five minutes from Carshalton Station.
Bus: Bus numbers 127 and 157 stop at the end of North Street. 407 on Pound Street.
Car: The nearest car park is on Carshalton High Street.
There is disabled parking only at the centre. Access for disabled people is possible to the grounds and part of the building. Sorry, no dogs are allowed except guide dogs. You are welcome to bring a picnic but please respect our grounds and take your litter away.
Sutton Ecology Centre Grounds
off Festival Walk
4 Tyrell Court
Our postal and office address:
24 Denmark Road