Morden is a town situated within the vicinity of  London Borough of Merton, England. It is almost 8 miles away from central London. Morden was part of Surrey, but later it got merged with London in 1965. Morden connects with Merton Park and Wimbledon in the north, Mitcham in the east, Sutton in the south and Worcester Park in the west. In 2011, the recorded population of the district was 48,233 residents.


Postcode District SM4




Heating Contractor

Drainage Service

Bathroom Remodeler

Kitchen Remodeler

Gutter Cleaning Service

Electrical Engineer

Water Damage Restoration Service

Home Builder



Tube Stations

  1. Morden Underground station

Railway stations

  1. Phipps Bridge tram stop
  2. Belgrave Walk tram stop
  3. Mitcham tram stop
  4. Morden Road tram stop
  5. South Merton railway station
  6. Morden South railway station
  7. St. Helier railway station


Bus Stops

80, 93, 118, 164, 154, 157, 163, 201, 293, 413, 470, K5, N155.

Places of attraction



Three bus routes are available in the district. E16, 406 bus along the A240 past Park Avenue road and 293 bus along A24 road.


Interesting Fact

Canadian Fossil Discovery Centre

This centre has the most extensive collection of Marine and reptiles’ fossil fuels. If you love to re3ad about dinosaurs or sea monsters, then this is a must visit place for you.


Harmony Tree Studio

Get your body and mind on the shape and join Harmony Tree Studio. They hold sessions for yoga, pilates, meditation and belly dance classes in the supervision of trained instructors.


Merton Park

Merton Park is very popular between the locals and neighbouring cities. It boasts a huge open park, Aquarium shop, cafe, and a lovely farm.

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