Cheam Park

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A stunning mansion used to stand in Cheam Park. It was built in 1820 by tea merchant Archdale Palmer but was destroyed by a flying bomb in 1944. Now, only the beautiful gardens remain...

Cheam Park panorama

Pictured above: Cheam Park panorama. Pictured below: before the Wii was invented, children used to enjoy playing in parks like this

Cheam Park playground and playing fields

Did you know? The grounds used to be surrounded by a ha-ha, or sunken fence, to prevent animals from straying onto the property from the surrounding farmland, without disrupting the view.

Cheam information:
Cheam Village
History of Cheam
Henry VIII & Nonsuch
Churches & chapels:
St. Dunstan's
Lumley Chapel
St. Alban's
Parks & Gardens:
Cheam Park
Nonsuch Park
Seears Park
Pubs & Clubs:
Cheam Social Club
The Harrow
The Prince of Wales
Ye Olde Red Lion
The Railway
Historic buildings:
5,7 & 9 Malden Road
Bay Cottage
Broadway Cottages
Cheam Cottage
Church Farm House
Nonsuch Cottage
Old Cottage
Park Lane
The Old Farmhouse
The Old Post House
The Old Rectory
Whitehall