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Wandle Park is off Merton High Street, Colliers Wood. The park lies alongside the river Wandle, an area rich in early industrial history, and is of informal design with woodland and wetland features. It occupies approximately 11 acres and is situated on the site of a former millpond.
This park is on the Nelson Trail and the Wandle Trail.
The locking process normally begins around sunset and takes some hours to complete. You should leave the park at dusk to avoid being locked inside the park.
|Monday - Friday||8 AM||Dusk|
|Saturday, Sunday and Bank Holidays||9 AM||Dusk|
The site is bounded by Byegrove Road, Merton High Street and the River Wandle.
Public access is via Millars Mead Court, Baltic Close, behind flats along Byegrove Road and across the footbridge along the River Wandle. The main vehicle access is by the old lodge.
- Buses: 157, 52, 200, 219, 493, N155
- Tube: Colliers Wood Tube Station in Merton High Street, 2 minutes walk.
- Small car park suitable for 30 cars off Byegrove Road near the old Lodge.
History and heritage
Wandle Park (London Historic Parks & Gardens Trust)
Hire this park for your event
Tel: 020 3876 8806