New Addington Tram stop is a terminal opened in 2000, connecting New Addington with Central Croydon and National Rail Services. Nearly a million passengers board electric trams every year. When Tramlink started the operations, it was the first tramlink service since 1952 in London area. It is now the network of 39 stops, along 17 miles of tracks through South and Southwest London. It serves terminals of Wimbledon, Beckenham Junction, Elmers End and New Addington. Addington tram stop is unstaffed, with low platforms and cashless payment machines at the station.
The Addington Golf Club opened it’s green fields on 10th July 1913 as Addington Golf Syndicate, with the share capital of £1000. The top man of the signatory was JF Abercromby, who was an excellent golfer and with no previous experience. He designed and managed Worplesdon and then Coombe Hill course builds. The Addington was soon to become his third, and most beautiful session where Aber stayed there until his death in 1935. Currently, the club offers membership of Altonwood Group you as a member can have unlimited access to clubs in Westerham, Surrey National, Woldingham and Godstone.