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Welcome to Godstone.net

On these pages you will find information about local businesses, local organisations, events and things that may impact the village.

Godstone Parish is to develop a Neighbourhood Plan

You will see a menu item for the Neighbourhood Plan just to the right of the ‘About’ section of the website. There are links from there to the dedicated Neighbourhood Plan website. This is your chance to get involved.

What's on in Godstone

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Pages of interest

  • Tandridge Local Plan

    UPDATE The latest ‘Regulation 18’ consultation on the ‘New Garden Village’ is now closed. There is significant doubt amongst respondents as to whether Tandridge District Council will take any notice of responses, but they are currently being analysed.

  • History

    Godstone was known as Walchnestead and entered into the Doomsday Book. King Ethelred handed the land of Walchnestead to his daughter Goda. The Saxon word for ‘Hamlet’ is ‘ton’ so the Manor became ‘Goda’s Ton’ later translated to ‘Godstone’.

  • Organisations

    Godstone has a rich and vibrant community. There are many organisations in the village ranging from clubs for toddlers to Age Concern. There are a number of sports clubs and societies of special interest. Contact details for each organisation are within their page.

  • News & Blog

    What’s the latest news from in and around Godstone? Keep up-to-date with what’s happening or happened in the village. We’ll keep you informed about things that affect our beautiful village and we’ll share with you topics that we hope will be of interest.

If you would like to promote any of the following...
  • Events
  • Local Organisations
  • Local Businesses
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Godstone Twitter

#M25 clockwise between J5 (Sevenoaks) and J6 (Godstone / Caterham) - Broken down vehicle - Full details at https://t.co/2AELbng5mW (Updated every 5 minutes)

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Police have concerns for the welfare of Alex Willoughby aged 18 years old, who was last seen today Sunday 20th May, at 1545 hours in Ticehurst, East Sussex.

Any information please contact Sussex Police on 101 quoting reference 706: 20/05/18

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