Beddington Park is a popular and much loved park. It is large, covering 58 hectares. There's something for all with beautiful woodland walks and wildlife, formal gardens, a lake, a newly enlarged children's playground and a range of activities and events. The River Wandle runs through the park culminating in a lake in the Grange Garden.
The park has recently been improved and restored through HLF funding.
Beddington park is one of the richest historical and archaeological sites in South West London, with evidence of Bronze Age settlements and the remains of a nearby Roman villa. The park was originally a deer park in the 14th century owned by the noble Carew family. The Carew manor house still stands in the park today and is currently used as a school. The Great Tudor Hall which is a surviving part of the medieval Manor house, is the only Grade 1 listed building in the Borough of Sutton.
- toilets provided and maintained by the café
- outdoor gym
- 6 tennis Courts
- 3 little league football pitches
- 5 senior football pitches
- 2 mini pitches
- ball court
- half Pipe
- changing Rooms
You can hire a tennis court by visiting the LTA website
BBQs are not permitted at this park
- disabled toilets provided by park café
- inclusive Flush Mounted Roundabout next to the playground
The Pavilion Cafe
The cafe is open 7 days a week, from 9am to 4.30pm. You can get: fresh sandwiches, cooked breakfasts, delicious cakes, hot and cold drinks and ice creams.
You can contact the Pavilion Cafe by calling 07800 805865.
407, 410, 463, X26 (Croydon Road) 151 (London Road) 455, 463 (Beddington Lane).
Check your route by using the TFL Bus Timetable.
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.
Local Cycle Network, route 75, Croydon to Worcester Park.
Check your route by using the TFL Cycling Walking Route Planner.
The park lies between the B272 Beddington Lane, the A232 Croydon Road and the A237 London Road.
Parking is free in the dedicated parking areas. The park gates close at dusk.
Volunteering at Beddington Park
There are many ways to get involved in Beddington Park. Join the Friends of Beddington Park and come along to events, such as
- clean up days
- task days
- planting sessions
If you’re passionate about trees, you can become a Sutton Park Tree Warden.
Tree Wardens meet weekly, but you can attend whenever suits you. There are:
- planting and maintenance sessions
- learning events
- creating trails
Contact us by email if you’d like to find out more about volunteering at Beddington Park, or call 07921 025197.
Sutton Parks Newsletter
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