The outer borough, Sutton lies on the southern perimeter of Greater London.Sutton is outlined by Kingston Upon Thames in the North, Surrey in the South and West and by Croydon in its East.Sutton has about 15% of the populace from the ethnic minority.The precinct has no Underground stations but it is served by 10 railway stations connecting the district with the Central London stations.Sutton has 1,600 roads that make up 400km in distance.The borough of Sutton was framed in 1965 by the aggregation of urban areas of Beddington, Wallington, Sutton and Cheam and Carshalton.The London Borough of Sutton incorporates Wallington, Belmont, Lower Cheam, Hackbridge, Cheam, Sutton, Carshalton, Rosehill, Worcester Park, Wrythe, Little Woodcote, Waddon and Woodmansterne.
Sutton has its population of about 190,100.Sutton is one of the greenest boroughs of London, with 16 parks and 607 hectares of green spaces.Five parks of Sutton have received a Green flag award.The borough has highest densities of tree covering more than 190,000 trees.Sutton has 2 theatres,9 public libraries and a range of grade II recorded heritage edifices, incorporating the Honeywood Museum, Church of St Mary the Virgin, Little Holland House, Honeywood Museum and Whitehall.The precinct has a vibrant business community with over 6,600 businesses.The economic activity rate of Sutton is 78.3% which is quite higher than the London averages.Sutton is divided into 18 districts,each represented by 3 councillors.
Little Holland House was designed by its owner, Frank Reginald Dickinson in 1904.The Grade II listed house is decorated by Frank’s paintings, carvings, metalwork and handcrafted items. The Charles Cryer Studio Theatre is located in Carshalton.The theatre hosts drama, music shows, and a variety of productions from comedy to children’s favourites.Another theatre in Sutton is the Secombe Theatre lies in Cheam Road.The theatre has a main auditorium with 396 seats and a large multi-purpose room for hosting events.Sutton’s largest library, Sutton Library is situated near St Nicholas Church.The library was opened in 1975 and at present it has 4 storeys facilitating the needs of the readers.
Sutton is a lovely town with numerous attractions including the green venues of Manor Park, Rose Hill Park and Sutton Green.The visitors can shop in the Times Square Shopping Centre and St. Nicholas Shopping Centres of Sutton.Carew Manor and Sutton War Memorial are commendable attractions. The Honeywood museum, Sutton’s major historical centre resides in the Honeywood house, Carshalton Ponds.The museum narrates the glorious past of the borough with its historical collections that date back to the bronze age.The Sutton Life Centre was started in October 2010.The Life centre is a community facility framed for the welfare of the people in Sutton.The centre has a virtual street-lifezone, a library, a restaurant, clubs and much more. Cafes such as Brasserie Vacherin, Mandarin, The Spaghetti tree, Emperor Chinese Restaurant and much more, brings flavours of delicious food items at keen prices.