West Clandon (St. Peter & St. Paul) Church Cemetery & Memorials

Clandon Park Hospital, opened in October 1914, recieved more than 5000 war casualties before it closed in April 1919.  British, French, Belgian, Canadian, South African, Australian and New Zealand soldiers were all treated at the hospital, the vast majority brought directly from the battlefields of Flanders, France and Mesopotamia.

Some of those who didn’t make it are buried here.

The road separates the cemetery (behind the hedge on the left) from the Church of St. Peter & St. Paul; you can just see West Clandon War Memorial at the far end of the road.

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