Wandle Valley Park is rich in history and has its beginnings during the Industrial Revolution. The Wandle Valley Regional Park includes a variety of open spaces that include Mitcham Common, Beddington Park, and Farmlands. The combination of all these open spaces tallies up to about 900 hectares of South London.

The park offers a variety of recreational activities and opportunities. Hiking and jogging trails, play parks for kids, picnic spots and more can be found here. The wildlife itself is an attraction. There are over 250 bird species that has been listed in the different areas included in the park. Wandle Valley is a great place for birdwatching enthusiasts.

Besides all these, the park also hosts different habitats for flora, fauna and wildlife. These habitats include wetlands, grasslands, river banks, and the river itself. There are lots to see and lots to experience at the Wandle Valley Regional Park. It is one of the biggest and most beautiful parks in the world. With all the planned improvements, it will become the best place to find some peace and spend time with nature.