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1971-2021 - Celebrating 50 Years of

The John Innes Society

A charity dedicated to the conservation and enhancement of Merton Park's Area of Benefit.  

As one of first garden suburbs we exist to encourage high standards of appropriate

building design, and to foster environmental, social and community values as

envisioned by founder John Innes.



Merton Heritage Discovery Day

Morden Library, 20 August, 10.30 – 4.30. ADMISSION FREE

See Events page for timetable of events

Autumn Plant & Produce Sale
Saturday, 1 October from 10:30am to 12:30pm @ The Coach House

At the Coach House
Bridge Club: Mondays at 7.30pm
Bridge Classes: Thursdays at 7.30pm
Coffee & Social Mornings: First Friday of the month. 11am - 1pm
(as from March 2022)


Friends of the John Innes Park Gardening Group: Second Friday of the month at
9am by the mulberry tree




The John Innes Society Autumn Plant and Produce Sale is in The Coach House in Melrose Road on Saturday 1 October from 10.30am to 12.30pm.


We shall sell bulbs, autumn/winter bedding plants, donated plants and shrubs, garden produce, jams and chutneys and home-made cakes.


Please note we will NOT be selling compost this year. 


We appreciate contributions, so please think of the sale when you are dividing plants and picking your fruit and vegetables or making jams and chutneys. Clearly labelled donations can be left at 5 Church Lane in the week before the sale or taken to The Coach House on Friday 30 September between 2.00 - 3.0pm.


If you can donate plants/produce or cakes for the cake stall or if you can help on the day, please contact Ingrid Holtz (

We look forward to seeing you. 

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John Innes Park.  Photo by Ed Foley 2022

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John Innes Park. Photo by Ed Foley 2022

John Innes Park.  Photo by Ed Foley 2022

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Join us in conserving one of London's first garden suburbs by understanding its past, involved in its present and shaping its future.

celebrating heritage

Merton Park

conservation area