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Tooting Bec Common — the northern and eastern part of the commons — was within the historic parish of Streatham, and takes its name from the area's links to Bec Abbey at Le Bec-Hellouin in Normandy. At various points in history this common has been called Streatham Common, which causes some confusion with the open space a mile to the east of that name. The common is not immediately adjacent to the area now known as Tooting Bec, which appears to take its name from Tooting Bec Road.
Walk into the park and head to the duck pond, the cache can be found on a mound by walking up a mound and looking back on yourself underneath the undergrowth