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Et tu, Brute? Globe brings Julius Caesar to Morden Hall

Julius Caesar is coming to a tram stop near you later this month, when the Shakespeare’s Globe company unpack their costumes and set up stage in the beautiful surroundings of Morden Hall Park. The performance will take place in the … Continue reading

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Park’s learning department could be axed by National Trust

The National Trust’s slogan at present is “Everyone needs nature”. At the National Trust-run Morden Hall Park, just a short tram ride from Croydon, there is nature in abundance in a free-to-enter green oasis in the city, seemingly a perfect … Continue reading

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Quacky Races comes to the River Wandle next month

One of Morden Hall Park’s favourite traditions returns on Saturday, September 1: Quacky Races. The River Wandle and a number of channels flow through Morden Hall Park, now run by the National Trust. In the past, the waterways were used … Continue reading

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Cashflow gets the Wandle rolling on a green way to the Thames

Croydon, Wandsworth, Sutton and Merton are to benefit from another £2 million grant for environmental work to further “de-urbanise” the River Wandle, one of the first industrialised and culverted of London’s Thames tributaries. In Croydon, that will help transform the … Continue reading

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