There is a wide variety of different cuisines on offer in and around Raynes Park, including Mediterranean at Lime and Thyme, sushi atHashi, Korean at Cah Chi, and Chinese at Man’s.
Culture: Lantern Arts Centre is a community theatre group which stages its own productions as well as providing children’s theatre groups and workshops for all ages. Raynes Park also has an annual community arts festival called MyRaynesPark in early June, with a variety of attractions including food stalls, musical performances and family entertainment.
Raynes Park high street is a mix of independent boutiques, a handful of selected chain stores, as well as a post office and a couple of banks.
Access to the northern line and the district line is just a short bus ride away. Travelling time to London is approximately 25 minutes. There is a railway line into Waterloo that takes about 20 minutes.
Nearest Tube: Wimbledon station is the nearest Tube (Zone 3).
Rail: There are regular services from Raynes Park station to Waterloo, taking 20 minutes.
Bus: Raynes Park is well connected by bus. The 131 (to Tooting Broadway), 152 (to Pollards Hill), 163 (to Wimbledon) and 200 (to Mitcham) all serve Raynes Park. The 57 between Clapham Park and Kingston runs a 24 hour service. Raynes Park also has a night bus, the N87, which travels between Aldwych and Kingston.
Road: The area is situated on the A3, and is a 20 minute drive to the M25.
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