Sydenham Wells Park

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Sydenham Wells Park is located in Sydenham, south east London.wikipedia
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Sydenham, London

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Sydenham Wells Park is located in Sydenham, south east London.
In the 1640s, springs of water in what is now Wells Park were discovered to have medicinal properties, attracting crowds of people to the area.

Sydenham Hill Wood

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The oak-lined formal avenue, known as Cox's Walk, leading from the junction of Dulwich Common and Lordship Lane was cut soon after 1732 by Francis Cox to connect his Green Man Tavern and Dulwich Wells with the more popular Sydenham Wells.

London

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Sydenham Wells Park is located in Sydenham, south east London.

London Borough of Lewisham

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The park is owned by the London Borough of Lewisham and maintained by Glendale.

Kent

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Wells Park is named after medicinal springs which were found in Sydenham in the seventeenth century, when Sydenham was still in Kent.

Green Flag Award

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In 1901 the park was opened to the public and is one of nine parks in the borough to have a Green flag award.

London Buses

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London Buses routes 202 and 356 have two bus stops (on each side of the road) serving the park.

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London Buses routes 202 and 356 have two bus stops (on each side of the road) serving the park.

Sydenham railway station (London)

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The nearest station is Sydenham, which is 0.75 miles away and has services run by London Overground and Southern.

London Overground

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The nearest station is Sydenham, which is 0.75 miles away and has services run by London Overground and Southern.

Southern (Govia Thameslink Railway)

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The nearest station is Sydenham, which is 0.75 miles away and has services run by London Overground and Southern.

Dulwich

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was cut soon after 1732 by Francis Cox to connect his establishment of the Green Man Tavern and Dulwich Wells with the more popular Sydenham Wells.

Frank Pullen

Pullen developed extensively down Wells Park road, Sydenham and with Chevening Court built the whole of Brasted Close in Orpington, Kent.