Thames Tributary – East Pyl Brook - St.Helier

Thames Tributary – East Pyl Brook
The East Pyl Brook rises here and flows west towards the Beverley Brook

Post to the east North Cheam
Post to the south Sutton Common

Canterbury Road
Council offices
Smart Centre School
= pupil referral unit
Morden St.Helier Infants - The school opened in 1930 but in 1937 it was renamed the Merton and Morden St Helier Canterbury Road Council School and later became Canterbury Primary School. It closed in Jul 1990.
Chaucer Middle School was housed here from 1969-1982

Glastonbury road
Abbey Primary school

Green Lane
St.Helier Congregational church

Holme Chase
East Pyl Brook
Pyl Brook Nature Reserve. A wooded strip of land alongside the Pyl Brook surrounded by housing. An area altered by 'digging for victory' during the Second World War has become woodland with wild cherry, elderberry and crack willow is bordered by the Pyl Brook

Railway Line
Line between St.Helier and Sutton Common continues on an embankment.

Reigate Avenue
Sports Ground
Thomas Wall Park

Rosehill Park

Sutton Common Road
Glenthorne High school


Martin said…
Holme Chase is mis-spelt; it's HOLNE Chase. The river there is the East Pyl not the Pyl

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