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Beddington Park & The Grange

Here you can find out about the history relating to Beddington Park and The Grange and all the facilities that are available to visitors today.

Address: Church Road, Wallington, Sutton, Surrey, SM6 7NN.

How to get to Beddington Park & The Grange:

  • ByBus: 407, 410, 463, X26 (Croydon Road) 151 (London Road) 455, 463 (Beddington Lane). Check your route by using the TFL - Bus Timetable
  • ByTrain: Hackbridge Station, walk out onto London Road and the park is 350m to the left. Check your route by using the National Rail Enquiries - Train Timetable
  • By Bike: Local Cycle Network, route 75, Croydon to Worcester Park. Check your route by using the TFL - Cycling & Walking Route Planner (in Advanced Options) 
  • By Car: The park lies between the B272 Beddington Lane, the A232 Croydon Road and the A237 London Road. Check the exact location on the Beddington Park Map

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Parking by Church Road paddock (to rear of Beddington Park Cottages, by playground and pavilion area.) Disabled bays can be found on the slip road by St. Mary's Church and by Beddington Park cafe.


  • Little league football pitches x3
  • Senior Football pitches x5
  • Mini Pitches x2
  • Tennis Courts x6
  • Ball court
  • Changing Rooms & Toilets
  • Playground


Friends Of Beddington Park 

The Friends of Beddington and Grange Parks is an independent organisation of local residents, in partnership with Sutton Council, formed under an initiative of the London Borough of Sutton Leisure Services Department. The committee of The Friends of Beddington Park are all volunteers who give their time freely. If you would like to join, please visit the friends website at or the friends Facebook page at 

The Lych Gate 

Lych Gate   

The Pavilion Cafe

The cafe is now open 7 days a week, from 8.30am-4.30pm. Longer in summer  We offer fresh sandwiches, cooked breakfasts, delicious cakes, hot and cold drinks, ice creams etc! We also have a small children's area which features toys and tables.
Contact us on 020 8773 4249.
Our Facebook page is Beddington Park Pavillion Cafe Facebook Page

May Fair - May 6th 2013

May Fair 2013             Beddington May Fair 2

History of Beddington Park

Beddington Park was originally part of the Deer Park attached to Carew Manor, a grand country house built in the Tudor period.

History of The Grange

Alfred Smee acquired The Grange around 1850 and it was his son, Alfred Hutchinson Smee, who erected the house c.1880

Flint Wall Restoration

We have recently secured over £80,000 of funding for the repair of the wall. Sutton Council and the Friends of Beddington Park and the Grange successfully bid for the money provided by several organisations.

Beddington Park and the Grange HLF Bid

Sutton Council has applied for HLF funding to restore and improve Beddington Park and The Grange. Find out more information about the bid and how you can get involved.