Sutton Wedding Fairs

The following is a list of wedding events in Sutton, London.

Those living in Bandon Hill, Banstead, Beddington, Beddington Corner, Belmont, Benhilton, Carshalton, Carshalton Beeches, Cheam, Epsom, Ewell, Hackbridge, Kingswood Warren, Little Woodcote, Morden, New Malden, North Cheam, Raynes Park, Rosehill, St. Helier, South Beddington, Sutton, The Wrythe, Wallington, Woodcote Green and Worcester Park are just a short journey from the event(s) listed below.

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Sutton Fact File
The London Borough of Sutton is a South London borough (South West London sub-region) forming part of Outer London, which itself is part of the Ceremonial County of Greater London. The London Borough of Sutton was formed 1st April, 1965 by merging the Municipal Borough of Sutton and Cheam with the Municipal Borough of Beddington and Wallington and Carshalton Urban District. The borough's administrative headquarters are in the town of Sutton and the local postcode is SM. The London Borough of Sutton adjoins The London Borough of Merton, The London Borough of Croydon and The Royal Borough of Kingston Upon Thames. The borough is twinned with Gagny (France), Gladsaxe (Denmark), Minden (Germany), Charlottenburg-Wilmersdorf (Germany) and Tavernelle (Italy). The borough has 89 parks and open spaces, including Henry VIII's Nonsuch Park, Cheam Park and Oaks Park.
The town of Sutton became a Municipal Borough with Cheam in 1934 and remained as such until 1965 when the London Borough of Sutton was formed. The Domesday Book of 1086, records the placename 'Sutton' as 'Sudtone'. This translates from Old English as 'suth' and 'tun', which means 'the south farm'. The Manor of Sutton was held by the Abbot of Chertsey until 1538, when it was sold to King Henry VIII. The is situated on a narrow band of Thanet sand which provide clean water from wells.