- 1 Is Morden in London or Surrey?
- 2 What areas does Merton Council cover?
- 3 Is Morden a nice place to live?
- 4 How far is Morden from London?
- 5 Is Morden London safe?
- 6 Is Mitcham in London or Surrey?
- 7 Is Mitcham a safe area?
- 8 What council is Colliers Wood?
- 9 What council is Mitcham?
- 10 What is Morden known for?
- 11 How big is Morden?
- 12 What is Worcester Park like to live in?
- 13 How far is Morden from Wimbledon?
- 14 Is Merton a nice place to live?
Is Morden in London or Surrey?
Morden is a district in the London Borough of Merton. It is located approximately 10 miles (16 km) South-southwest of central London between Merton Park (to the north), Mitcham (to the east), Sutton (to the south) and Worcester Park (to the west).
What areas does Merton Council cover?
The borough’s five main town centres are:
- Wimbledon (taking in Wimbledon Village, the Broadway and South Wimbledon)
- Raynes Park.
- Colliers Wood.
Is Morden a nice place to live?
It’s definitely safe around there, much quieter than a lot of London as you’re fairly far out but can still get into the city quite easily. My friend has her DC in a school in Morden and she finds it good but things can obviously improve or get worse within the next few years.
How far is Morden from London?
The distance between London and Morden Station is 8 miles. The road distance is 8.3 miles.
Is Morden London safe?
The report says that after dark, Mitcham and Morden residents are “significantly” less likely, compared to Wimbledon, to feel safe. 82 per cent of residents said they felt safe at night in Mitcham and Morden, compared to 88 per cent in Wimbledon.
Is Mitcham in London or Surrey?
Mitcham is a popular district of south London in the London Borough of Merton. It’s centred just over seven miles (11.5 km) south-west of Charing Cross. Regarded as a suburb, it’s on the border be-tween Inner London and Outer London, and was historically in the county of Surrey.
Is Mitcham a safe area?
Safety & Crime With a fantastic community spirit, Mitcham’s community group, Friends of Mitcham’s Corner, aims to ensure that Mitcham is a ‘vibrant and safe community, where it is pleasant to live and work’.
What council is Colliers Wood?
Other smaller centres include Raynes Park, Colliers Wood, South Wimbledon, Wimbledon Park and Pollards Hill. The borough is the host of the Wimbledon tournament, one of tennis’s Grand Slam competitions.
|London Borough of Merton|
|Created||1 April 1965|
|Admin HQ||Civic Centre Morden|
|• Type||London borough council|
What council is Mitcham?
City of Mitcham
|City of Mitcham Adelaide, South Australia|
|Council seat||Torrens Park|
|State electorate(s)||Davenport, Elder, Heysen, Waite|
What is Morden known for?
Originally much of the land in Morden was owned by the church and sold to the Garth Family, who founded Morden Hall Park with its famous rose gardens and which is maintained today by the National Trust and is Morden’s best, worst kept secret.
How big is Morden?
In 1871, the area of the parish of Morden was 1,474.926 acres (5.969 km2) with the small village clustered around St Lawrence’s church at the top of the hill on the road from London to Epsom (now London Road/Epsom Road).
What is Worcester Park like to live in?
Worcester Park (7.79) – with its good schools and low crime rates, it’s a good place for families. Worcester Park Station is situated in Fare Zone 4 and provides the cheapest commute in the top five. There are six services an hour during peak hours that all go into London Waterloo and take around 30 minutes.
How far is Morden from Wimbledon?
The distance between Wimbledon and Morden is 3 miles.
Is Merton a nice place to live?
Merton Park is a very safe place to live. The Met police currently rate the area as having average crime. Both the 2014/2015 crime and violence against the person rates in this ward were significantly lower than the London rates.