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Morden Hall Park

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Morden Hall Park

Take an audio tour of this National Trust estate with former owner Gilliat Edward Hatfeild. As you explore the history of the buildings, wander through the former deer park and meander along the River Wandle you will discover how this once marshy wetland was transformed into a thriving business. Learn too about the film star parties and the boy who ripped his trousers on the helter skelter!

Morden Hall Park is a much-loved rural idyll, and Hatfeild was a much-admired man. See this country estate through his eyes and glimpse at the agricultural and industrial history that paved the way for today’s wildlife haven.

This GPS-triggered app contains an informative audio trail that will guide you around many highlights of this green oasis in London’s suburbia.

I chose Audio Trails to produce an app for Morden Hall Park in 2011. We were very impressed with their response to the brief, which included working with students to produce content for the app. They were really easy to work with, communicated well with both the staff involved and with the students and we were delighted with the finished results.

Zoe Adams, Community Projects Manager, National Trust

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