Located in the borough of Merton, Morden is a commercial centre that derives its name from the old English phrase ďThe Town on the MoorĒ. The area is on the outskirts of central London and has a distinct village-like feel to it. There are many open green areas around, as well as cultural landmarks such as the Bait’ul Futuh Mosque, which is the largest in Europe. Chiswick House, Marble Hill House and Maggie’s Centre are some of the main attractions in the area.
Accountants, doctors, healthcare practitioners, cleaning services, and business consultants are among the professionals taking up retail and office space in Morden. Barclays bank has an office in the area along with businesses such as engineering consultancies, trade organisations, garbage disposal companies and distribution services.
Entertainment And Dining Out
Morden is a superb location for exciting entertainment with places like Battersea Art Centre offering a variety of live performances and shows throughout the year. There is enthusiastic theatre action at The Half Moon and Theatre 503 while music comes alive at Le QuecumBar and 606 Club. Plenty of dining options are available in and around Morden. Local British food is available at William Morris while Slurp offers delights from Japan. Delhi Heights serves up great Indian cuisine and The Light House menu is a culmination of different foods from different parts of the world.
Morden tube station offers access to the underground network while overground rail links can be accessed from Morden South and St. Helier railway stations, both of which are within easy reach. There are plenty of buses and taxis serving the area for those looking for road transportation.