Godalming, located in Surrey, is situated in the Waverley district about 4 kilometers south of Guildford. The town was founded on the banks of the River Wey. It is known as a prosperous area that serves as a commuter area for London. It has been voted as the fourth best place within the United Kingdom to live. Visitors to the area will find there is much to see and enjoy in the local area, including a number of shops to visit along with numerous eating establishments. In addition, there are plenty of accommodation options from which to choose in Godalming as well as in the local area.
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The English town of Godalming is located within the district of Waverley within Surrey. The town of Godalming is located about four miles south of the town of Guildford and is located on the banks of the River Wey. Godalming is a very prosperous town as a commuting town for the city of London.
The town of Godalming is twined the French area of Joigny and also the German area of Mayen. The town also has a friendship link with the American state of Georgia.
The town of Godalming was voted by Channel 4 as being the fourth best place within the Untied Kingdom to live. The town is home to about two hundred and thirty buildings that have been listed and these include a timber frame that dates back to the Tudor times.
The people that live in the town of Godalming live within the town centre and also the surrounding suburbs that includes Catteshall to the East and Ocford Ridge and Aaron Hill to the north of the town.
There is a strong educational network within the town that includes four private schools and ten state schools. There is also a state college within the town and a sixth form college. The town is also home to a campus of Surrey University.
The town of Godalming is also home to a vast number of sporting organisations that includes an angling society that was founded in 1881, a football club that was formed in 1971, a cricket club that dates back to 1767 and also a bowling club to name a few of the recreational clubs.
The town that is known as Godalming has seen its share of famous people over the years including Aldous Huxley, Mick Mills and also James Oglethorpe.
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