Woldingham Village Map 2018

The Woldingham Magazine Ltd, Reg. No 5771322 ©

Places of Interest

Click on the map markers to find interesting places in Woldingham. We would love you to submit your photos of other places to go on this map, just email:
webmaster @woldingham.com

Places of Interest
Village Hall Millennium Bench Glebe Playground Bus Shelter Cow on the Station St. Paul's Church & Memorial Badgers in Marden Park Trees in The Crescent

Village Hall

Venues for Meetings & Activities

This year Woldingham Village Hall celebrates 50 years!

Millennium Bench

Presented by Woldingham District Horticultural Society
to celebrate the Millennium.
Located in St. Agatha's Churchyard.


Glebe Playground

Children's playground.
Located on The Glebe

Bus Shelter

Our village contains a rare survival, little known and now unused. It is the Bus Shelter in Woldingham Road just down from the Station and being of great age, for a bus shelter, deserves a higher profile and a bit of tender loving care.

So why is it special? In 1935, a local benefactor, Anglophile and ardent Royalist, Charles Strologo, who lived in the west of Surrey, announced that to mark the Silver Jubilee of King George V and Queen Mary, he was donating a rustic bus shelter to every village in Surrey. Over the next few years around one hundred of these traditional oak-framed and cedar shingle roofed shelters were supplied by Astolats of Peasmarsh and our village was the happy recipient of one of them.

Read the full article by Jenny King on the history of the Bus Shelter in The Woldingham Magazine, July/August 2018 page 55 ©

Cow on the Station

This cow was spotted on the platform at Woldingham train station in 2012

St. Paul's Church & Memorial

Badgers in Marden Park

These badgers were spotted in the daytime wondering along the path in Marden Park

Trees in The Crescent

When you next stop in The Crescent why not spend a little time viewing the commemorative trees planted over recent years.

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