Seymours supports an exciting calendar of community events

We are looking forward to an action packed spring and summer as we are supporting some exciting community events, clubs and projects. Our Godalming and Haslemere offices are working closely with local organisations to help ensure that there will be many brilliant activities lined up for you to enjoy. Don’t miss these opportunities….

Godalming Spring Festival – Saturday 1st April – 10am to 4pm

This popular event is sure to attract many visitors to the town! Godalming Town Council is once again organising the festival which will include entertainment all day at the Pepperpot, just opposite our office.

We hope that you will join us to enjoy a variety of artisan street food and drink, along with some mouth-watering local Farmers producers’ stalls. There is also plenty of family fun lined up, with face-painting, quintessentially spring Morris Dancing around the town, and free Punch and Judy Shows. What Next’s ‘Rubbish Puppet Theatre’ will premier their new show; ‘If I had a Hammer’.

In the run up to the festival, look out for our Seymours event boards which appear around the town to help raise awareness of this special festival and benefit the Mayor’s and other local charities.

Find out more here.


Rotary Spring Fair, Godalming – Saturday 29th April – 11am to 4pm

Rotary in Godalming invites you to its annual fair, which is set to be full of fun for all the family! Activities are being held at the Burys Field and will include a music festival, huge fun fair, tug of war competition, craft and community stalls, a licensed bar and much more.

Rotary has flourished in Godalming for more than 80 years and the community work of the Rotary is an integral part of life in the town.  Events like the Spring Fair help to raise vital funds to benefit our community.

You can enter a team into the Tug of War competition by sending an email to

Ian Bond, Co-owner of Seymours Godalming commented: “We are so pleased to sponsor and be a part of this fantastic community event. We hope that many people will join us on the day to enjoy the activities on offer and support the Rotary in raising funds for vital local causes”.

Find out more about the fair here.


Farncombe Youth FC Spring Festival & Tournament – Saturday 29th April to Monday 1st May.

As main Club sponsors, we look forward to all of the action at Farncombe Youth Football Club throughout its Spring Festival and Tournament. Hosted at the Meades Park ground, there will be 5/6-a-side football matches, a BBQ, food stalls, as well as other entertainment for everyone’s enjoyment.

If you and your children enjoy football, the tournament provides a great opportunity for you to find out more about what’s on offer. Farncombe Youth Football Club is a volunteer-led community football club for 5-18 year olds.

Entries for the tournament close on 10th April 2023.

Find out more here.


Godalming In Bloom – Prize Giving – Friday 7th July

Entries are now open for this year’s Godalming in Bloom and we are delighted to support this colourful gardening competition! It’s open to gardeners in Binscombe, Busbridge, Farncombe and Godalming.

Entries are welcome from all gardens and gardeners, however experienced – whether you’re a beginner with a window box or an old hand with something larger, organisers would just love to celebrate your horticultural endeavours!

Further details and an entry form can be found on the GoGodalming website here.


Chiddingfold Junior Cricket – 2023 Season

Chiddingfold Cricket Club is busy preparing for the new season and offering a range of activities for young people to enjoy. The Junior Coaching Programme is now open, so don’t miss out!

As Club supporters, we understand how important access to team sport is to our local children. We hope that more youngsters will be inspired to take up cricket this year.

We are pleased to see that new junior sweaters, slipovers and shirts bearing our Seymours logo are available for all junior players!

Visit the Club website here.


Seymours In The Community

Stewart Palmer, Co-owner of Seymours Godalming commented: “As business owners within the local area it is personally important to us that we take an active role in supporting our community. From organisations such as The Meath Epilepsy Charity and The Prostate Project to Farncombe Youth Football Club and Chiddingfold Cricket and Football Clubs. We are also delighted to sponsor a number of local schools where we have committed to a reward scheme for parents, family members and friends of the school”.