Carshalton

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Carshalton is a suburb of London.

Muschamp Primary School[change | change source]

Muschamp primary school is an eco school because it recycles, and also waters the plants.  On the roof of the school, there are solar panels which turn off the lights in order to save energy. This means they are sustainable energy. All of the classes at the school are named after capital cities, for example Nairobi, Kampala, Valletta.

History of Carshalton[change | change source]

Carshalton was first called Cressalton. In the middle ages, most of the land in the village was farmland. Each farmer would own several land strips according to their wealth. In the early 17th century, there were only three mills along the river. Carshalton was also known for its springs which gave the place its name.

Things to do[change | change source]

There are many things to do in Carshalton like going to the Cryer Theatre and watching theatre shows. Also you can go to Grove Park and feed ducks. The David Weir leisure centre has lots of exciting things to do like gymnastics, a track, and soft play.

Parks in Carshalton[change | change source]

In Carshalton Park there are lots of different wildlife for example, foxes, squirrels, ducks and birds.

Carshalton Park has a pond with lots of ducks that you can feed them bread and it’s  also by a road. It has lots of grass and lots of ponds.

Westcroft Leisure Centre[change | change source]

  • There are a variety of clubs to choose from including swimming lessons and gym clubs
  • There is a café where you can enjoy food and drinks whilst watching the swimmers
  • Annually there are swimming galas.
  • Parties/discos
  • There are two swimming pools
  • There is a deep pool
  • There is a baby pool
  • You can schedule a birthday