Wandsworth Common in South West London is the location of C@fé 207. Wandsworth Common is a beautiful green space at the heart of a friendly local community. On the common you'll find features such as the duck ponds, children's play area plus plenty of open space for picnics, frisbee, etc.
Wandsworth Common is located midway between Tooting, Balham , Clapham, Wandsworth town and Earlsfield and is sometimes known as Upper Tooting. It falls mainly within the SW17 and SW18 postcode areas and on a sunny day attracts folk from as far afield as Furzedown, Wimbledon, Southfields, Streatham and beyond.Transport Links
You can get to the common by a number of different routes. There are mainline trains from Wandsworth Common Station; these go to Clapham Junction, Battersea and Victoria in one direction and Balham, Streatham Common, Norbury, Wimbledon and Croydon in the other. Wandsworth Common is also accessible via London Underground, at Tooting Bec Station and Balham Station. Buses are another option, with the 219 and 319 buses both passing along Trinity Road between Tooting, Wandsworth and Clapham.
For the even more ecologically minded, the common is also criss-crossed by part of London's network of cycle paths.
One of the highlights of a trip to Wandsworth Common is visiting Bellevue Road, a row of shops opposite the green space. On Bellevue Road you'll find famous restaurants such as Chez Bruce, fashionable clothes boutiques, toy shops, plus estate agents, general stores and a pharmacy.
One famous local shop was the Lucky Parrot, an eclectic mix of gifts and greetings cards - plus a real parrot and lots of character. The Lucky Parrot had to close recently in sad circumstances, but we're glad to see a new enterprise, "What O'Clock" has opened up in its place - we wish the new owners all the best in their new venture!