In 2017 Godalming Staycation will run from Saturday 5 August to Sunday 13 August. A full listing of events will be found in our events diairy when available.
Godalming Town Council launched Staycation in 2010. Staycation is a week long programme of events and activities suitable for individuals, families and groups of all ages to enjoy who live in Godalming and its villages.
Since its launch Staycation has featured many activities such as fishing, singing workshops, Bollywood dancing, yoga, Ukele playing, Sushi making, hand bell ringing, football, golf, tennis and putting on a panto. It would not be possible to include the wide range of activities offered during Staycation without the generous support of the many organisations and individuals who provide these activities either free of charge or at a specially discounted Staycation price.
All activities are either within or close to Godalming so there are no expensive travelling costs.
As well as the Staycation activities, Godalming boasts a wealth of other attractions including National Trust Properties, the River Wey, the town’s sports facilities, historic and cultural places of interest and walks in our delightful countryside. Godalming’s wealth of pubs, restaurants and the unique and individual shops, make Godalming a fine place to spend your holiday time.
Staycation is not possible without the generosity of local businesses, community groups and the many talented individuals who give their resources and time to offer Staycation activities to the residents of our community. If you are a local business/group and interested in the opportunity of giving the community a chance to try your services or activity, please get in touch with the Godalming Projects Coordinator (contact details below) who is currently putting the 2017 Staycation programme together.
The full programme of Staycation events is distributed to every household in the GU7 area within the July VantagePoint magazine and a copy of that can be viewed by clicking on the VantagePoint logo below when published.