This small Surrey church may be next to a busy road but it is best to reach it by walking along a pathway of pollarded trees from the grounds of Clandon Park just as Lord Onslow's family did over many years.
On a sunny day the church is bathed in bright colours as the sun shines through the stained glass.
The beautifully carved pew of the Onslow family.
One of the many hand sewn kneelers.
John Bone senior and Elizabeth his wife give to the poor widowers and widows belonging to the Parish of West Clandon 20 Sixpenny loaves on Christmas Day and 20 more the Sunday after Midsummer day and the Money to be Paid out of the House he now lives in that joins to Clandon Park and Lodge that was late at Rydes of Merrow. To be Paid by his Heirs and Assigns for ever. June 24, 1817.
|The Dole Shelves|
This 12th century church had a major restoration at the beginning of the 20th century.
Part of an old wooden panel which may have been on a rood screen show St peter and St Paul either side of St Thomas of Canterbury