PLACES OF INTEREST
Busbridge Parish is served by a great network of public footpaths with only a small amount of minor roads to cross or walk along.
Munstead Wood is the house and garden built by Gertrude Jekyll as her home It is a place of national and local interest situated within the parish of Busbridge.
Milford hospital, on the western tip of the parish, was built in 1928 as the "County Sanatorium", a TB and Smallpox isolation hospital.
Located on a dramatic hillside with a lake below, Winkworth Arboretum is the jewel in the crown of Busbridge Parish.
The first buildings to be erected on the site in Clock Barn Lane in 1939 were wooden huts financed by the Canadian army and used as accommodation for evacuees.
The Godalming Joint Burial Committee is made up from two constituent bodies, The Godalming Town Council and Busbridge Parish Council.