FOLLOW the Government advice.
We will get through this together, thanks to the hard work of our frontline workers and to the vigilance and shared responsibility of our community.
Those who really need help, who are unable to rely on family and friends should immediately call the Surrey County Council helpline on 0300 200 1008.
Those wanting to help, or who are referring others, can use the webform at www.surreycc.gov.uk/ineedhelp
Individual & Family Financial Support including Council Tax, Universal Credit and Council Rents please go to Financial Support for Individuals and Families.
Guidance for Businesses including Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme, Deferred VAT Payments and Deferred Income Tax Payments, please go to Business Support. For Information on Business Rates Cash Grants and Relief please go to Business Rates Grants
To help us ALL act responsibly and observe good social distancing or self-isolating the Stay in Place Support Directory gives details of local businesses and suppliers who are providing a contactless delivery service, including groceries and takeaway food.
The Directory also gives details of how to contact and access local healthcare providers and services.
If your business can provide a service to Godalming residents please let us know by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
A business must be providing a delivery service and not just a collection service to be included in the Directory.
A business providing a food takeaway service must have a current local food hygiene certificate.
The Godalming & Villages Community Store is open to supplement the work of the St Marks Food Bank to support members of our community during these difficult times.
The Community Store is open Monday-Friday from 10.30am to 12.30pm, at the Wilfrid Noyce Centre, Crown Court Car Park, Godalming.
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Welcome to Godalming! Godalming is situated in some of the finest countryside in southern England and has a population of just over 21,000. It is midway between London and the south coast and both are easy to reach by public and private transport.
It contains narrow attractive streets, lined with many ancient and historic buildings, and lies alongside the River Wey. Godalming is twinned with Mayen and Joigny.
Location has played a major role in Godalming’s history, it was first recorded in the will of King Alfred the Great of Wessex in AD899. Godalming is a town with many famous sons and daughters and in 1881 became the first town in the world to have a public electricity supply.