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WELCOME TO GODALMING TOWN COUNCIL

LATEST INFORMATION AND ADVICE ABOUT CORONAVIRUS (COVID-19)

Residents who are unable to rely on family and friends should immediately call the Surrey County Council helpline on 0300 200 1008 or use the webform at www.surreycc.gov.uk/ineedhelp

For further information on Coronavirus support please click here.

If you require assistance please call the helpline number above.

TEST & TRACE SUPPORT PAYMENT FOR PEOPLE HAVING TO SELF-ISOLATE

£500 for residents on lower incomes that have been required by law to self-isolate and who cannot work from home is now available. For more information and an application form please visit the Waverley website.

ROTARY WAVERLEY COVID SUPPORT FUND

To help those in need as a consequence of the COVID-19 Pandemic the Godalming Rotary Clubs, supported by Godalming Town Council, have launched a dedicated Support Fund

ROTARY GODALMING JOB CLUB

Do you want to find a job? Have you been made redundant? Do you need help to create a C.V. and present yourself well at an interview?

The Godalming Rotary Clubs, supported by Godalming Town Council, have opened the Godalming Job Club.

For assistance on all of the above please visit the Rotary Godalming Job Club

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GODALMING & FARNCOMBE SHOPS & BUSINESSES GUIDE

To assist residents to keep safe and shop local, Godalming Town Council, has compiled a directory of shops and businesses in Godalming and Farncombe.  To view the Guide please click here.

GODALMING & VILLAGES COMMUNITY STORE

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.

For more information on how to access the Community Store or to make a donation, please click here.

CITIZENS’ ADVICE WAVERLEY

Residents who need advice or support in accessing Government assistance are advised to contact Citizens’ Advice Waverley, an organisation supported by Godalming Town Council.

SOCIAL DISTANCING – HIGH STREET TRAFFIC RESTRICTIONS

To provide a safer environment within the High Street there will be traffic restrictions in place.  For more information on the restrictions please click here.

Godalming Town Council received the Local Council Award Scheme for Quality in December 2019

Things To Do

From sport and leisure to walks, shopping and cultural experiences, Godalming has something to suit everybody.

Events Calendar

There is always something going on in Godalming. Find out about what’s happening or tell us about your event.

Discover Godalming

For visitors, Godalming is a great place to explore. Discover places to visit, where to stay and how to get here.

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More About Godalming

Where to Stay

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Wilfrid Noyce Centre Main Entrance showing the roof height glass entryway

Halls for Hire

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Godalming & Farncombe Neighbourhood Plan - our town, our future

Neighbourhood Plan

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Town Councillors 2019/23

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Welcome

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.