The discovery of a Roman Stone Coffin in 1930 lends weight to suspicions that a grand Roman villa and bath-house once stood to the north side of the park.

A 58 Hectare Park across Beddington, Hackbridge and Wallington, Beddington Park originated as a deer park in the 14th century for the noble Carew family, whose manor house still stands in the park today (now Carew Academy). The River Wandle runs through the park culminating in the lake in the The Grange Garden.


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Facilities & access

  • Cafe
  • Outdoor Gym
  • Playground
  • Toilets
  • Football, Cricket and Tennis
  • Changing Rooms