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Cheam Area Guide

This large suburban village is on the border of Greater London and Surrey and comprises of North Cheam and Cheam Village. Steeped in history, Cheam has quite a few listed buildings including Whitehall, Nonsuch Mansion and the Lumley Chapel.

Cheam Village offers a wide range of independent retailers alongside a Pizza Express and Waitrose and provides access to Nonsuch Park, home to wide open space and Nonsuch Mansion. The mainline train station just outside of the village services central London with trains to Victoria taking approximately 30 minutes.
 
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RESTAURANTS AND LEISURE FACILITIES

TAS TURKISH RESTAURANT, 555 London Road, Cheam, SM3 9AE

Serving up traditional Turkish fayre, this restaurant is a great choice for both vegetarians and meat-eaters thanks to the wide ranging menu and real charcoal grill. If you fancy a reasonable lunchtime pit stop the lunch menu offers 3 courses for £6.95 (available Mon-Fri, 12 – 3pm).

T: 020 8127 4810

THE GRUMPY MOLE, Inn on the Park, Ewell Road, Cheam, SM3 8AA

A one stop shop for great lunch and dinner classics, the Cheam outpost of The Grumpy Mole caters for everyone. Sunday’s are roast dinner days and they also offer a veritable treat in the form of delicious afternoon tea. Book in advance to avoid disappointment.

T: 020 8394 2000

LOVE CREPE, 26 High Street, Cheam Village, SM3 8RL (open Tuesday – Sunday)

Drop in here at any time of day for a tasty selection of savoury and sweet crepes served up by a friendly team of staff. Make sure you wash them down with one of their ice cream milkshakes.

T: 020 3302 7566

VILLAGE CERAMICS, 31 Station Way, Cheam Village, SM3 8SP

This pottery shop has been on the block since 1997 offering kids (and adults) the chance to create their own ceramic gifts. You can pay-as-you-paint, hold a children’s party, create personalised presents for a special occasion or design mosaics and prints.

T: 020 8661 7837

CHEAM LEISURE CENTRE, Malden Road, Cheam, SM3 8EP

Newly refurbished, this local leisure centre offers reasonable membership and includes a gym, swimming pool, group exercise timetable, health suite and squash court. Also on offer are swimming lessons and ‘Gym Active’ – a gym membership for 11-15 year olds.

T: 020 8644 2891

Local Information and Property Activity

Cheam Local Schools

Cheam has a selection of faith schools – St Cecilia’s Catholic Primary School and St Dunstan’s Church of England Primary School – alongside Nonsuch High School, a grammar school for girls and a good selection of primary and high schools.

Cheam Transport Links

Cheam train station falls into zone 5 and offers services to London Victoria and London Bridge, both via Mitcham Junction and West Croydon. Services also run out into Surrey to Guildford.