Clandon Station. The Station was opened in 1885 and now lies between Horsley and London Road, Guildford Stations. It has services provided by South Western and by Southern Trains.
Summers. This was Summer’s Farm. It is a 17th house with multiple additions including a music room by Lutyens. There is also a Lutyens designed garden with a timber cloister made out of old cow byre. An adjacent cottage is also by Lutyens.
Onslow Arms. Long established village pub named after the local gentry
Telephone Exchange. Dates from the 1970s and replaced the dark wooden hut adjacent to it, It also serves East Clandon, Ockham, Ripley and Send.
Telephone box – traditional box, likely to be removed
Cuckoo Farmhouse. Possibly a 16th hall house
British Legion Recreation ground, Cecil Ince Hall. This has club facilities and a sports ground,
British Listed Buildings. Web site.
Guildford Borough Council. Web site
Onslow Arms. Web site
West Clandon Parish Council. Web site