I love going to new parks. This makes me a bit sad and pathetic, I know. But it’s so fun finding a new place to run and play. It’s even better when there isn’t a playground so the kids are forced to explore rather than slide down the millionth slide. So today we decided to visit Nonsuch Park in Cheam.
Apparently, Henry VIII had a small village demolished to build Nonsuch Park and the original mansion, as ‘none such place like it’. Nonsuch is 250 acres of loveliness. We walked, climbed trees, picked wildflowers, explained that we can’t pick flowers from the ornamental gardens and had a picnic.
Have you been to any new parks this summer? I need to find another new one to visit in South West London or Surrey. Let me know if you have any good suggestions.
I’m linking up to Ordinary Moments from Mummy Daddy ME, which this week is being hosted by What The Redhead Said.