Loaded with your choice of filling, all served with a dressed salad garnish.

Chicken wings, crispy breaded scampi, breaded garlic mushrooms, spicy potato wedges, onion rings, dressed salad garnish and garlic bread. Served with BBQ sauce and mayonnaise.

Morden Hall Medical Centre 256 Morden Road London SW19 3DA

Morden town centre: London Road looking east from Crown Lane to site of former Cinema and station garage.

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In 1943, the council was granted a civic coat-of-arms incorporating lions from the Garth family arms and the fret from the arms of Merton Priory. The motto, "In Libertate Vis", means "Our Strength is our Freedom". In 1965, under the London Government Act 1963, the Merton and Morden Urban District Council was abolished and its area combined with that of the Municipal Borough of Wimbledon and the Municipal Borough of Mitcham to form the present-day London Borough of Merton.

Nearest railway stations and tramlink stops (in order of proximity):

Monday, 24th October 2016 – Friday, 4th November 2016 inclusive

The main structure of the station and the shops to each side was designed with the intention of taking upward development on its roof, though this did not come until around 1960 when three storeys of office building were added.[23]

Two rashers of bacon, two pork sausages, two free range fried eggs, chips, grilled tomato, mushrooms and baked beans, served with toast.

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Three pork sausages served with mashed potato, peas and gravy.

In the period following the end of First World War, the Underground Electric Railways Company of London (UERL) began reviving a series of prewar plans for line extensions and improvements that had been postponed during the hostilities. Finance for the works was made possible by the government's Trade Facilities Act, 1921, which, as a means of alleviating unemployment, provided for the Treasury to underwrite the value of loans raised by companies for public works.[3]

Despite London's suburban expansion, a little of the earlier rural nature of Morden has survived; for instance several grand period buildings remain, especially within Morden's parks. The area retains a good provision of parks and green spaces, many of them created from former country estates. The 125 acre Morden Hall Park is of particular note and is run by the National Trust (see below). Its main entrance is only a quarter-of-a-mile from Morden Underground Station.

Morden Hall Medical Centre, 256 Morden Road, London SW19 3DA

Tuesday, 30th May 2017 to Friday, 2nd June 2017 inclusive

Join us for a meal at your local John Barras pub and you’ll be greeted with a warm atmosphere, friendly service and an exciting menu packed full of all your pub favourites. So next time you are in Morden, and looking for great value food and drink every day of the week, we look forward to seeing you.

Served with roast potatoes, mashed potato, seasonal vegetables, Yorkshire pudding, stuffing and gravy.

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Potato, spring onion and leek with a creamy Cheddar cheese & garlic sauce. Served with roast potatoes, mashed potato, seasonal vegetables, Yorkshire pudding and gravy.

What will your family discover on your visit to Morden Hall Park? With 125 acres of parkland to explore and lots of activities you can pick up and choose so why not get outdoors and closer to nature with us?

Morden Hall Park is green oasis in the city, giving you a taste of a country estate with a glimpse of its agricultural and industrial history.

Monday, 1st May 2017 and Monday, 29th May 2017

Refurbishment and improvement works completed in 2007 included new and reconstructed cross bridges between platforms and the installation of lifts for mobility impaired passengers.[27] Cosmetic improvements carried out at the same time included the reinstatement of pole-mounted roundels on the sides of the entrance vestibule.[note 6] Other work in the 2000s at the station includes the construction of a substantial air rights building spanning across the cutting.[28]

Gift Aid Admission includes a 10 per cent or more voluntary donation. Gift Aid Admissions let us reclaim tax on the whole amount paid* — an extra 25 per cent — potentially a very significant boost to our places' funds.

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The manor and village remained abbey property until the Dissolution of the Monasteries in Henry VIII's reign when the manor was sold to Lionel Ducket and Edward Whitchurch. Together, they sold it on the following year to Sir Richard Garth who became Lord of the Manor.[3] The Garth family owned the land and maintained their connection with the parish for the next four centuries, living at Morden Hall Park until the manor was sold by another Sir Richard Garth in 1872.[3]


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Vanilla flavoured ice cream loaded with crushed Peppermint Aero bubbles and chocolate sauce, topped with cream.

Breaded cod fish fingers with mixed leaves and tartare sauce.

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Tuesday, 3rd January 2017 to Friday, 31st March 2017

The other main public house in the village was the Crown Inn, located to the north east of the village with a small cluster of cottages on Crown Road. The rest of what is now the commercial centre of Morden was fields.

Monday, 15th February 2016 to Friday, 19th February 2016 inclusive

The station sits at the southern end of the Northern line in London fare zone 4.[32] It is the southernmost station on the whole London Underground network.[32][note 8] The next station to the north is South Wimbledon.[32] Train frequencies vary throughout the day, but generally operate every 2–5 minutes between 05:15 and midnight.[33]