Looking for the perfect spot to reunite with loved ones following the restriction ease? Then look no further.

From Monday, restrictions on social contact relaxed slightly as part of the government's road map.

It means that groups of up to six people, or two households, can socialise in parks and gardens once more.

Below we have listed five green spaces which would make the perfect spot for a picnic or a tranquil walk in Sutton.

Beddington Park

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Beddington Park is a popular choice. It is large in size, covering 58 hectares and has an array of views to admire.

It was originally a deer park in the 14th century for the Carew family, whose manor house remains in the park today, now known as Carew Academy.

Families are able to say hello to the wildlife, enjoy the playground and Pavillion Cafe.

It has also been recognised as 'one of the best parks in the world' by The Green Flag Awards. 

Nonsuch Park

Nonsuch Park is jointly managed by Sutton Council and Epsom & Ewell Borough Council and is located between Cheam and Ewell Village.

The original park was created in the 1500's by Henry VIII to celebrate the 30th year of his accession and the birth of his son, the future Edward VI. T.

The park offers many scenic views such as Nonsuch House and Gardens.

It also offers refreshments at The Nonsuch Pantry.

The Grove Park in Carshalton

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The Grove Park forms part of the Carshalton Conservation Area and occupies two areas- an ornamental park near the ponds and a recreation ground to the east.

The park is a remaining portion of the Grove Estate, which originated within the medieval grounds of Stone Court. This sub-manor can be traced to the 14th Century, says Sutton Council.

It is home to a cafe, a variety of wildlife, a playground and more.

Grove Park is also known for its historic water wheel and its small waterfall, and has also been recognised by the Green Flag Awards.

Cheam Park and Recreation Ground

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The suburban park offers a large amount of green space, beautiful plants and mature trees.

Adjoined with the recreation ground - the space is home to a playground, an outdoor gym, tennis courts and more.

The park also has seating and offers refreshments with its cafe.

Oaks Park

If you are looking for a place to walk, Oaks Park may be for you.

Oaks Park consists of beautiful open spaces, woodlands and landscapes.

The park covers 33.57 hectares and is home to the historic site of the Oaks Mansion.