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John Innes Park and Recreation Ground is a unique community asset providing an attractive and peaceful sanctuary from the surrounding urban environment.
- Ornamental gardens
- Rock garden
- Tennis courts
- Bowling green
- Croquet green
- Disabled toilets
- Cricket pitch
- Monday – Friday 8.00am to dusk;
- Saturday, Sunday and Bank Holidays 9.00am to dusk
Location and maps
John Innes Park and Recreation Ground is located in Merton Park 2km north west of Morden town centre. There is an entrance to the park on Mostyn Road and to the recreation ground on Cannon Hill Road.
Google Maps: John Innes Park and Recreation Ground
Plan of John Innes Park and Recreation ground 1
Plan of John Innes Park and Recreation ground 2
- Train: Wimbledon Chase, South Merton
- Tram: Merton Park
- Buses: K5, 201, 413
The management plan sets out the vision for the improvement and management of John Innes Park and Recreation Ground, and provides detailed objectives and action plans.
John Innes Park and Recreation Ground management plan 2008-15
London Parks and Gardens Trust - John Innes Park and Recreation Ground
The Friends of John Innes Park is a sub-group of the John Innes Society.
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