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Welcome to our guide for the area around Abbotts Road in Merton. Below we present a selection of upcoming events, local attractions and great places to eat and shop.The nearest station to Abbotts Road is Mitcham Junction Railway Station which is about 21 minutes to the South West.
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Set in a delightfully leafy part of South London, this budget hotel offers all the gentle pleasures of Wimbledon, but, with the Northern Line right on ...More
The Lansdowne Hotel, Croydon has 42 comfortable bedrooms all with luxury toiletries, 'Hypnos' beds, iPod docking stations and complimentary WiFi. There is also a beauty therapy ...More
Located in the south of London, within easy travelling distance to the centre of the city, the Hampton by Hilton London Croydeon offers convenient and comfortable ...More
The self-proclaimed hottest new comedy club in South London, Hooting Broadway takes place on the last Wednesday of every month upstairs at The Selkirk pub in, ...More
The Wimbledon-based Polka Children's Theatre is one of the few venues in the UK which produces and directs work solely for kids. Opened in 1979, the ...More
It's worth venturing all the way to Balham for this comedy club - it's a class act. The legendary Banana Cabaret has run every Friday and ...More
It may be in south west London, in the London borough of Merton, but a walk around Morden Hall Park feels like an outing to the ...More
Brixton Hill was still relatively rural when the Brixton Windmill was built in 1816 by John Muggeridge and Sons and the area remained largely agricultural until ...More
Designed by London architect Sir John Soane in 1811, Dulwich Picture Gallery is the world's first purpose-built art gallery and holds one of the most celebrated ...More
Just like the original Boxpark in Shoreditch, Boxpark Croydon will be constructed from shipping containers, but this time there will be 80 units and a covered ...More
Founded by a businessman of the same name in the 1980s, Simon Carter is a menswear retailer known especially for their accessories such as cufflinks, ...More
Supplying many of London's top hotels, restaurants and delis, Vallebona is the family business which began in Sardinia and moved to London from there 16 years ...More
North Indian cuisine. Booking advised for dinner.
Indian/South Asian Cuisine...More
Modern European cuisine. Booking advised for dinner and weekends. Separate room for parties.
It's kind of an evening class, kind of a dinner party... Led by FHM's Kenneth Harry Putt, the WFA wine appreciation classes are based around tasting ...More
Linguaphone is one of the most popular and effective ways of learning a language. Listen, repeat understand. That's their slogan, and the technique works very well ...More
This popular, affordable music school delivers short and intensive part time courses in music production/technology, sound engineering, vocal techniques and keyboard/guitar/dj skills.
They also have studios to ...More
Although Sir Joseph Paxton's Crystal Palace - first erected in Hyde Park for the Great Exhibition of 1851 and moved here a couple of years ...More
Community greenhouses within Brockwell Park....More
A formally landscaped area within Streatham Common, the Rookery includes an ornamental pond, flower and herbaceous beds, and a rock garden with streams. First opened in ...More
Right on Tooting high street, the striking, 19th century facade of The Castle hides a contemporary pub with a stunning garden, light-filled orangery and seasonal British ...More
The winner of the Time Out Award for Best Gastropub 2007 is indeed a truly splendid restaurant, with a short menu of hip modern cuisine made ...More
Bright airy chain bars with a good range of beer, wine and spirits offering reasonable gastropub style food. Comfortable, with plenty of tables, leather sofas, polished ...More
Now that enough people have successfully found The Mayor of Scaredy Cat Town, accessed via a Smeg fridge in the Spitalfields branch, The Breakfast Club have ...More
This funky little jazz bar is one of South London's hidden delights. Don't worry about the depressingly empty pub section you can see from the street. ...More
Secreted behind high walls, Southside House is locked in the past. Originally a Tudor farmhouse, little has changed since the renovations completed in 1685 by ...More
The largest fruiting olive tree in Britain and the world's northern-most outdoor grapefruit tree call the historic Chelsea Physic Gardens home. Hidden behind towering brick walls, ...More
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The four-piece performs jazz.... More
It's the night before Hannah's birthday and something amazing is about to happen. When her toy gorilla comes to life, ... More
A story of playful adventure.... More
Jazz, soul and blues singer-songwriter from West Sussex.... More
Learn the skills.... More
A selection of 13 works on paper celebrating the court artist to Napoleon and Josephine Bonaparte and one of France's ... More
Over 100 watercolours by British artist Eric Ravilious, well known for his work for Wedgwood, including Train Landscape and Westbury ... More
Sixteenfeet Productions presents Kenneth Grahame's evergreen classic.... More
The artist plays reggae.... More
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