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Interior Decorating Photographs in Mitcham
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Mitcham is an area within the London Borough of Merton. It is centred 7.2 miles (11.6 km) south-west of Charing Cross. Originally a village in the county of Surrey, today it is mainly a residential suburb. Localities within Mitcham include Mitcham Town Centre and Mitcham Common. Amenities include Mitcham Library and Mitcham Cricket Green. Nearby major districts are Wimbledon, Streatham, Croydon, Merton, Merton Park, Tooting, Morden and Sutton. Mitcham, most broadly defined, had a population of 63,393 in 2011, formed from six wards including Pollards Hill.
Mitcham is in the east of the London Borough of Merton. Mitcham is close to Morden, Wimbledon, Croydon, Streatham, Sutton and Tooting. The River Wandle bounds the town to the southwest. The original village lies in the west. Mitcham Common takes up the greater part of the boundary and area to the south.
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