Cheam Park and Cheam Recreation Ground

Cheam Park originated as the grounds to Cheam Park House and was also known locally as Bethell House, after the family who lived in it until 1937. The house was then bought by the council and used to assemble gas masks in 1939-40. It was very badly damaged by a flying bomb during the Second World War and was demolished soon after.

The house stood at the top of the path which still wends its way through the ornamental grounds. The lodge to the house survives. It is Grade II listed.

Cheam Park and Recreation Grounds have a large range of amenities. For the sports enthusiasts it has a bowling green and pavilion, tennis courts and football pitches. There is a children’s playground with nearby cafe, and allotments with car park and disabled toilets.

Cheam Recreation Ground, Tudor Close, Cheam, Surrey

  • Area: 13 hectares

Facilities:

  • Bowls Green
  • Football pitches – Senior & Little League
  • Cricket
  • Tennis Courts
  • Cafe
  • Playground
  • Pavilion
  • Changing Rooms
  • Toilet and shower

The Cheam Park Pavilion Cafe is run by Adriana Stringer and her friendly team of staff. The Cafe historically has very close links with WSLL since the league?moved to Cheam Recreation Park. Adriana is now the Social Secretary for the League and so works very closely with it. Adriana knows that the Cafe provides an essential amentity to not only the kids and families of WSLL but the rest of the community who use the play park and surrounding areas.

The cafe is situated within The Pavilion in Cheam Park Recreation Ground. The green Pavilion building is next to the Tennis Courts approx 25metres from the childrens play area. The cafe is always open on Saturday mornings?come rain or shine when WSLL play and on these days the internal lobby is open which faces the pitches.

The cafe serves the whole community who use the Park. The opening hours:-

  • Saturdays and Sundays from March through till October 10-5. Saturdays Sept-April open at 8am
  • Mon-Sunday during the school Holidays from March 10-5

Transport to Cheam Park

  • Bike: The Sutton Cycle Network runs?north to south on the east side of the park and?west to east on the south side of the park on a purpose made track
  • Bus:151, 213, X26, 470
  • Train: Cheam Station (5 minutes)
  • Car: Car Park accessed through Tudor Drive (including disabled bay)?
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