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Beulah Hill Pond

Beulah Hill Pond is a small secluded area beside the busy Beulah Hill Road which runs from Upper Norwood to Woodside. The pond was formally a watering place for horses and cattle, with a railing across the middle to prevent the animals straying into the deeper water. It was locally called the Big Pond and during the winter when the pond froze it was a favourite place for skating.

A mid 19th century plan shows the Conquering Hero public house beside the pond, obviously a watering place for the people stopped to let their livestock drink at the pond.

The Parks Department assumed responsibility for the pond in 1954.

Contact Details

Beulah Hill Pond
Telephone 020 8726 6900
Fax 020 8760 5622
Email parks@croydon.gov.uk
Address Click on map link above for location

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