Beddington Park and The Grange

A park in , Sutton • Church Road, Wallington, SM6 7NN

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1. Walk - Join one of the many walking groups, including 'Melanie's Walks Beddington Park', or 'Nordic Walking'
2. Run, Cycle, or join one of many fitness group such as:
3. Picnic on the grass, or use the tables adjacent to the Pavillion Cafe. BBQs are not permitted anywhere in Beddington Park
4. Visit the Pavillion Cafe, which provides a range of hot meals and cold snacks, and a specialist range of ice cream.
5. Play in the newly refurbished childrens playground, and enjoy the water feature, zip wire and other new play equipment.
6. Enjoy the River Wandle, a chalk stream.
7. Visit the Stock Pond, recently restored as part of the work carried out by the Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF) to become exclusively a natural wildlife pond.
8. Stroll around the picturesque Grange Lake & feed the interesting range of wildlife, also an HLF restoration project.
9. Visit the Grange Restaurant and Bar, and enjoy the Indian Cuisine, Black Rock Grill or Continental Cuisine
10. Study the wide variety of remarkable trees in the park. Join the Tree Warden Group (Contact The Chairman of The Friends of Beddington Park for information)
11. Visit historical features within the park. Including St. Mary's Church, The Great Hall within Carew Manor, The Dovecote, Canon Bridges' Terracotta Bridge.
12. Volunteer for the Friends group and help them to make the park even better (Contact The Membership Secretary of The Friends of Beddington Park for information)
13. Attend Bat Walks and Tree walks when available

  • Information & History Boards
  • Orienteering Routes
  • Historic features
  • Ornamental garden
  • Pond/lake
  • River/stream
  • Treescape
  • Wild areas
  • Wildflower meadow
  • Woodland

  • Always open
  • Dogs allowed in all greenspaces
  • Grange Restaurant & Bar
  • Organised walking
  • Cycle Paths
  • Park Cafe - indoor and outdoor seating
  • Car parking
  • Playground for younger kids

Beddington Park is popular all year round. There are woodland areas with a wide range of trees, meadows, and habitats. A lake, flower gardens, and a natural wildlife pond. Exercise, relax in the cafe, play in the children's playground or explore part of the River Wandle Trail which runs through the Park. The Park has an interesting history about which you can read on the information boards or The Friends Website. Beddington Park won Gold in The London in Bloom Competition 2019 and also The Green Flag Award both 2018 and 2019. The park is connected directly to The Beddington Farmlands Nature Reserve, which is currently under development. Accessible by buses 407 410 463 151. Hackbridge Station is nearby. Parking is also available within the park

Beddington Park and The Grange

Who you will find in Beddington Park and The Grange

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The organisation with legal responsibility for Beddington Park and The Grange is London Borough of Sutton.

Beddington Park and The Grange is managed and maintained by London Borough of Sutton.


Friends of Beddington Park

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