Parks and facilities

Manor park

Sutton Council is carrying out a range of surveys about it's Parks and Open Spaces this summer to help us to complete a new Open Spaces Strategy.

Through this survey we would like to find out your views and experiences of visiting the Parks in Sutton. This will help us to shape the ongoing work that we will do in Sutton to protect, maintain and enhance our Parks and Open Spaces in the future.

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The park was formed from the grounds of four large suburban properties situated along Carshalton Road and Manor Park Road. The largest house, situated on Manor Park Road, was called Manor Park House and is where the park got its name from. Sutton Urban District Council (SUDC) procured Manor Park House and it grounds in 1914.

In the same year, on the 25th May, the park was officially opened by the Chairman of the Urban District Council. A few years later, in 1924-25, the iconic water fountain was donated by Councillor Charles Yates who was Chairman of SUDC.

The Manor park cafe was built in 2010, and is exciting eco-friendly building. Built with straw and natural materials such as straw which is locally available, renewable, clean, plentiful, durable, structurally strong and super-insulating.

Address: Throwley Way, Sutton, Surrey , SM1 4AF


  • Manor Park Cafe
  • Toilets situated inside Manor Park Cafe - disability access and baby changing facilities. Toilets provided by, and maintained by, the café.
  • Playground
  • Outdoor gym
Please note: BBQs are not permitted at his park. I