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Godalming has a population of 22,000 as recorded in the 2011 You.Gov census
Godalming lies just off the A3 with routes north into central London and south to Portsmouth. The nearest airport is Heathrow (37 minutes) and trains to London Waterloo can take just 39 minutes.
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Once the dust settles from your Godalming removals and it’s time to start making yourselves at home, here’s our top picks of the best Godalming has to offer;
A fantastic venue you’ll visit again and again. Every changing, it’s a hub for craft makers and designers selling their wares and has an eco-friendly, earth aware ethos.
Hawkins Bros are ‘English wine specialists’. Friendly and incredibly knowledgeable, they’ll help keep your wine store well stocked with the very finest English bottles.
When you’re ready to start transforming your new home, Cotswold Co are a great place to start, furniture, décor, furnishings and a helpful staff.
This charming, family run gift store is an absolute treasure trove of delights, as well as gift and cards, you’ll find lovely home items, books stationary and more. We’re big fans!
Delicious deli by day, tapas/wine bar by night, Deli serves fantastic local produce with a zero-waste target which includes dry foods, served without packaging, simply bring your own containers.
5 miles from Guildford, Godalming lies within the London commuter belt, a short distance from the M25. Sitting on the banks of the River Wey it is a picturesque and sought-after town with local amenities and quick access to the bright lights, shops and theatres of London.
Dating back to Saxon times, the town was mentioned in the will of King Alfred the Great who gifted it to his nephew. It was also listed in the Doomsday Book as ‘Godelminge’.
Godalming has a cinema and theatre plus a theatre group for those wishing to tread the boards themselves. Bramley Golf Club sits to the east of the town. There is also a leisure centre that includes a gym and swimming pool. The town benefits from three parks that include play areas and sports pitches.
Dog walkers, nature lovers and runners can explore Farncombe Wood, Bagmoor Common and Middlebriars Wood. Newcomers will also find a number of groups and societies covering a wide array of interests.
Just adjacent to the A3 with routes south to Portsmouth and north into London, Godalming is a handy commuter town. Heathrow airport is a 37-minute drive, while the fastest trains to London Waterloo take 39 minutes.