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Wander the Wandle and make sure you don’t miss the mills

Inside Croydon

The WANDLE WANDERER steps out from the source of the eponymous river for a stroll through south London heritage and nature

Following the River Wandle can take you on a 12-mile journey through the history and nature of south London Following the River Wandle can take you on a 12-mile journey through the history and nature of south London

The Wandle Trail has been in existence for nearly 20 years now, since a group of rambling, conservation and environment enthusiasts pieced together the walking and cycling route from Croydon through to Wandsworth, following the course of the River Wandle. The route is now complete, from source to the Thames.

Three of the London boroughs through which the River Wandle flows – Merton, Sutton and Wandsworth – make much of this resource for the enjoyment of local wildlife and promotion of health and well-being, providing online guides, maps and information. Croydon Council doesn’t seem to bother much, which is unfortunate. And a mistake.

The full trail is just over…

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