Cheam Village

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Whether you want to shop til you drop, or relax with a cappuccino, you'll enjoy your time in Cheam Village. Check out the interesting shops along the Broadway including a fantastic optician's, Optics Direct, where you can pop in and order a pair of the latest designer frames, at credit-crunch prices. If you've got perfect 20-20 vision, you might drop by into one of the pubs instead... but don't blame us if things go a little hazy after a pint or two of real ale (Cheam has a long association with beer, so it would seem appropriate to sample a tipple or two).

Crossways at Cheam Village

Last orders: the old site of Cheam Brewery's cellars (this junction is known as the Crossways)

For dinner, take your pick from the tempting Indian, Thai and Italian restaurants. Pizza Express has just opened up in the Village and the American Hots are going down a storm. And surely after all your sightseeing, you deserve a slab of their waistband-busting chocolate fudge cake?

Cheam Village sign 1930s Tudor revival building at the Broadway

Above left: the Cheam Village sign at Crossways incorporates images of Whitehall and the iconic St Dunstan's spire. Above right: don't mock the mock Tudor these shops on the Broadway are now considered to have architectural merit

Cheam Village Broadway

They say there's always magic in the air, on Broadway (Cheam Broadway)

S. M. Pinegar tradional village butcher

Take a butchers: this traditionally run butchers, S. M. Pinegar, sells the best sausages in Cheam (fact!). You can find the shop at 24 Ewell Rd, Cheam

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