An excerpt of an oral history recording with John Godden, in which he describes how he capitalized upon a fortuitous opportunity to open the batting. He also speaks about how former club President, Bill Hewson MBE, was a mentor to him.
Photographs of a commemorative 'keepsake programme' to mark the 'last game from the old pavilion' at Folkestone Cricket Club, held in September 2012. John Godden played a large part in the establishment of the new pavilion.
A photograph of a Kent Messenger newspaper article (c. late-1970s) covering the cricketing lives of Jack and Len Godden - 'two great men of cricket'. The article states that Colin Cowdrey described Jack and Len as the 'second most famous twins in…
A photograph of John Godden's father, Len Godden, and uncle, Jack Godden, alongside Les Ames (far left), Cecil Blacklocks (far right), and Leslie Todd (centre), at a match at Folkestone Cricket Club held as part of Todd's 1947 benefit season.