WELCOME TO GODALMING TOWN COUNCIL





THE COMMUNITY STORE""

The  Community Store has moved to its new home at Broadwater Park, Summers Road, Farncombe GU7 3BE.

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


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THINGS TO DO

EVENTS CALENDAR

DISCOVER GODALMING

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

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

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


UPCOMING EVENTS

16 Jun
Godalming Bandstand, Phillips Memorial Park
Godalming, GU7 1HR United Kingdom
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20 Jun
Guildford Rugby Club, Guildford Road
Godalming, Surrey GU7 3DH United Kingdom
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21 Jun
Crown Court, off High Street
Godalming, Surrey United Kingdom
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Charterhouse School in Godalming

EVENTS

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Go Godalming Youth Canoe Club

The Go Godalming Youth Canoe Club is now it its 22nd season. The club meets on Thursday evening at 5.00pm at... read more

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Rotary Young Citizen Award 2024

There are young people doing wonderful work in our community who deserve recognition. Our late member, Malcolm Keene, worked tirelessly inspiring... read more

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.

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