Merton Taxis - Book Your Taxi Online
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Merton Useful Information
The London Borough of Merton can be found to the southwest of the city. Some of the main commercial centres here include Wimbledon (famous for the tennis championships), Mitcham and Morden (the bottom end of the Northern Line). Due to the plentiful transport links, it has become a very popular destination to live in; getting to central London is easy from Merton. Not only are there several National Rail stations and London Tramlink stations across the Borough, but there are also many London Underground stations. As aforementioned, you can take the Northern Line all the way to Morden or to Colliers Wood, or opt for the District Line to get to Wimbledon.
If you prefer not to take the train, there are still other options; you can take the bus into London or to surrounding areas, or book Merton Taxis to wherever you want to go. There are Merton cab services operating around the clock, so this is one of the most convenient ways to travel. Some local residents commute into the city for work, some just go when they want a major shopping spree and some go for the nightlife. There are pubs, clubs and restaurants around Merton, especially in the commercial centres, but the city gives you an even bigger selection.
There are a few famous references that will make Merton familiar to you. First of all, it’s where long-running police show The Bill wass filmed; local residents may well recognise the streets where they live regularly cropping up on the programme. It was one of the UK’s longest running TV shows, from 1984 until 2010 -- many viewers were upset when the show came to an end in August. Another famous spot is Wimbledon, and not just because this is where the most prestigious tennis tournament in the world is held ... it’s also home to the Wombles! The Wombles of Wimbledon Common are fictional furry creatures who spurred a successful series of books and children’s TV programmes. Their motto was to “make good use of bad rubbish” and came up with some ingenious recycling ideas in the 1970s, which was a great way to promote environmental awareness.
If you live in Merton or if you’re visiting the area, there’s always plenty to do. Even if you’ve exhausted all the options in one town, there are always others close by, and of course everything that central London offers. Book a Merton minicab in SW19 to take you there, and you’ll definitely keep the boredum at bay!