Morrisons Woking Map

Street map for Morrisons Woking, located at Lion Retail Park, 151 Oriental Rd, Woking GU22 8BD, Surrey, England.

Map of Morrisons Woking Surrey UK

Morrisons Woking Map: Here is a road map of Morrisons Woking, situated on Goldsworth Road, Woking, Surrey. Use it to find your way to the store on the Goldsworth Road. Find address and contact details below.

Morrisons Woking Address, Postcode, Contact Details and Opening Times:

Morrisons Woking - 82 Goldsworth Road, Woking, Surrey GU21 6LJ United Kingdom. Telephone Number: 01483 755552.

Morrisons Woking Opening Times/Opening Hours:

Monday 6am–11pm
Tuesday 6am–11pm
Wednesday 6am–11pm
Thursday 6am–11pm
Friday 6am–11pm
Saturday 6am–11pm
Sunday 10am–4pm

Morrisons Woking Facilities: ATM, Bakery, Butcher, ByBox Locker, Cafe, Cake Shop, Calor Gas, Carpet Cleaning, Car Wash, CoinStar Machines, Disabled Access, Dry Cleaning, Fishmonger, Free Parking, National Lottery, Nutmeg Clothing, Oven Fresh, Parent & Child Parking, Petrol Station, Photo Booth, Recycling Centre, Rug Doctor, Salad Bar, Taxi Freephone.


Nearby are Halfords Auto Centre, Woking Jobcentre Plus, Surrey History Centre, Majestic Wine, Premier Inn Woking, Golden Owls Day Nursery, Poole Road, Kingsway, York Road and Cherry Street.

The Morrisons Woking map above should help you find your way to the supermarket.

About Woking

Woking Overview - A good sized town located in the county of Surrey, Woking has a population of about 62,796, and is handily placed just 23 miles from the heart of London, within the bustling commuter belt of the City. The area was undoubtedly settled during the Saxon period, though its historical past could possibly go back some time further.

The area that was the original settlement is currently called Old Woking, whilst the more recent modern town lies near the train station and the Basingstoke Canal. Woking offers some fantastic facilities that can be enjoyed by its residents and visitors as well, some of the most notable being Ambassadors Cinema Woking, the huge Peacocks Shopping Centre, Woking Market, the "Pool in the Park" complex, and Woking Leisure Centre.

The Lightbox Woking - The ever popular Lightbox is a public museum and gallery located in Woking, Surrey, in South-East England. 3 galleries hold numerous exhibitions, and it has a free museum of local history known as 'Woking's Story'. The Lightbox opened to the public in 2007. Perfectly positioned in the heart of Woking beside the Basingstoke Canal, the gallery was primarily created to deliver arts and heritage services to the local area and surrounding communities.This project first began in 1993 when a dedicated group of seventy local volunteers decided to try and build a centre for culture for the Woking area. After a fundraising campaign the modern building was designed by London based Marks Barfield Architects who also designed the London Eye. It won the award Art Fund Museum of the Year in 2008, the Prime Minister's Big Society Award 2012, and the Green Tourism silver award in 2016. The Lightbox which is funded in part by Woking Borough Council is a registered charity, and additionally has been given funding from the National Lottery (Heritage Fund) and the Arts Council. The Woking Lightbox hosts somewhere around twenty temporary exhibitions every year, the majority of which are formulated in-house. Presently in excess of sixty thousand visitors every year enjoy free family drop-in workshops, interactive displays, lectures, hands on activities, art exhibitions and cultural events at The Lightbox. Past and present exhibitions have presented the works of such revered artists as Auguste Renoir, Stanley Picker, John Constable, Joan Hurst, Damien Hirst, Henry Moore, Gertrude Jekyll, Andy Warhol, Quentin Blake, Marcel Ronay and John Minton.

Woking Theatre - The New Victoria Theatre located in the centre of Woking town opened to the public in 1992 and soon established itself as one of the leading theatres in the South East of England. The comfort of its large front of house areas and magnificent auditorium, in conjunction with the theatre's clear lines of sight, state of the art facilities and top notch acoustics, allow it to host the very best theatrical productions. First class drama has been put on by, amongst others, the National Theatre, the Peter Hall Company and the Royal Shakespeare Company; regular visitors also include Glyndebourne on Tour and Northern Ballet. Big production musicals have included the West Side Story, Hairspray, Miss Saigon, Cats and Chicago, whilst the top comedies, children's shows, rock and roll musicals and the region's most sensational Christmas pantomime also feature in the Theatre's thrilling programme.

Woking Pool in the Park - The Pool in the Park is a popular swimming complex in the middle of Woking Park. It boasts three pools, the one to three metre deep Competition Pool, first opened in 1989, which is 13 metres wide and 25 metres long and has six lanes; a 0.8 metre to 1.0 metre deep Teaching Pool which is 8 metres wide and 16 metres long and the Leisure Lagoon which includes 3 water slides with different speeds (Slow, Medium and Fast) and other features including a wave machine, a lazy river ride, a "mushroom" water fountain, water cannons. The exterior of the Pool in the Park is said to be based on a Roman Coliseum. The Pool in the Park offers a comprehensive variety of activities including toddler splash sessions, children's parties and activities, adults and ladies only swim sessions, aqua fitness classes, a comprehensive swim school programme and is the headquarters of local clubs including Woking Snorkelling, Surrey Aquanauts, Woking Snorkel and Scuba, Woking Lifesaving Club and Woking Swimming Club.

Woking Leisure Centre - Woking Leisure Centre opened to the public in 1976 and is reached via a pedestrian bridge spanning the small Hoe Stream. The Leisure Centre has a considerable number of sports facilities, including two sports halls, a dedicated Spinning (indoor cycling) studio, 3 fitness studios, a new state-of the art gym overlooking the park gym and 6 squash courts. The principal sports hall is used for trampolining, badminton, football, sporting events, basketball plus quite a few activities not related to sport, for instance art deco fairs, craft fairs, flea markets, antique fairs, as well as the famous Woking Beer Festival. The somewhat smaller, second, hall is called the Wurlitzer hall and houses an American Theatre organ which offers regular concerts through The London and South of England American Theatre Society. There is also a kids indoor softplay area (Pick'n'mix Playstore), Sensations Multi-Sensory Suite, creche, cafe, Heatwaves suite featuring Jacuzzi, sauna and steam room and more. Several clubs and groups make use of the Leisure Centre including weightlifting, gymnastics, dance and drama, martial arts and its facilities are readily available for club/group/business rental.

Woking has excellent road and rail connections with London and also (via the M3 and A3) with the South-West. Woking centre lies where the A324 joins the A320.

Surrounding towns and villages: Addlestone, Jacobs Well, Pyrford, West Byfleet, Row Town, Brooklands, West Horsley, Mimbridge, Maybury, Byfleet, Stoughton, Stonehill, Pirbright, Effingham, Hook Heath, West End, Old Woking, Ockham, Worplesdon, Sutton Green, Knaphill, Castle Green, Wisley, Worplesdon Hill, Sheerwater, Martyr's Green, Downside, West Clandon, Send Marsh, Ottershaw, Bisley, Deepcut, New Haw, Woodham, Send, Mayford, Chobham, Goldsworth Park, Horsell, East Clandon, Cobham.

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