The Phillips Memorial Park, Godalming
The Phillips Memorial Park is Green Flag Award winning and covers 4.5 hectares (11 acres) and runs from the Borough Road bridge in Godalming to Bridge Road (near the Library), and includes The Burys Field. The grounds offer paths with seats and a pleasant walk by the river.
About the park
The park includes:
- The Phillips Memorial Cloister (Arts and Crafts grade 2 listed building)
- a children's playground
- places to see and feed wildfowl
- a skate park
- a bandstand, which plays host to open-air concerts in the Summer
- picnic areas
- the Godalming War Memorial
- the Godalming and Farncombe Bowling Club
- the Riverside Walk
- conservation meadow and pond.
The nearest car park is Crown Court GU7 1HR, this is a pay and display car park, please see our car parking page for more details.
You can also reach us by train, Godalming Station is only a short walk away or bus and there are various bus stops in the parks locality.
There are toilets at Crown Court Car Park. As well the high street being a short walk away.
Thanks to a major lottery grant, the Jack Phillips Memorial Park in Godalming is being restored and enhanced over the next five years. Already, the Memorial Cloister has been restored to commemorate the hundredth anniversary of the sinking of the Titanic (15 April 2012). Find out more about the other improvements and a more detailed history of the park planned for the Phillips Memorial Park.
It is hoped that a voluntary Friends Group will become established for those who would like to find out more about the Park, through a programme of talks and events, etc.
Page owner: Harri Robinson. Last updated: 16/03/2018 13:48