The house was demolished in the 1960s. However Croydon Council acquired the pond and surroundings in 1934 and it was named after the last farm tenants.
Today there is a small area of green as well as the pond.
The pond is home to many waterfowl. There are Canada geese, mallards and coots, which I saw, as well as tufted ducks, grey herons and moorhens. Birds among the daisies -
Many people go to the pond to feed the birds. But as with most other public parks now, there are many notices asking people not to feed white bread to the birds -
Mother coot and fluff balls -
There are two islands on the pond, on which the birds live and breed.
The park is now looked after by Friends of Millers Pond.