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The Wrythe is an area inside the London Borough of Sutton. The area is often referred to as Wrythe Green. The Wrythe is also a ward of Sutton Council with a population at the 2011 Census of 10,163.
The Wrythe area's history dates back to the Roman era. The Place-names of Surrey says that the name may come from Anglo-Saxon rið = 'streamlet' (a small branch of the River Wandle). The population of the town is 10,384 residents.
The Wrythe, even though part of Carshalton, has its own commercial shopping area which has a number of different restaurants and shops, punctuated at either end with a Marks & Spencer Simply Food and the biggest branch of Nisa for thirty miles. There are three primary schools in The Wrythe - Victor Seymour Infants School, Camden Junior School, Muschamp and Rushy Meadow Primary School - as well as Carshalton College. aa
From the Nisa store, The Wrythe is about eight minutes away from Carshalton railway station. The 151 goes straight the way through it whereas the 157 serves the M&S branch and the 127 serves the college.
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- "Store Locator (type in the store's postcode, SM5 2DS)". Nisa-Today's. Retrieved 9 November 2013.
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- "Bus map for route 151". Transport for London. Retrieved 9 November 2013.
- "Bus map for route 157". Transport for London. Retrieved 9 November 2013.
- "Bus map for route 127". Transport for London. Retrieved 9 November 2013.