Clanfield in (very) old pictures | Nostalgia

The once-small farming community of Clanfield, north of Horndean, was centred around the church of St James which dates back to 1305.

Monday, 15th March 2021, 5:09 pm
The Hogs' Lodge pub on the A3 near Clanfield, undated. Picture: costen.co.uk
The Hogs' Lodge pub on the A3 near Clanfield, undated. Picture: costen.co.uk

It was rebuilt in 1875 and has two medieval bells that are also of interest.

To see the remainder of our Clanfield collection, click here.

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Windmill Hill from Clanfield with what appears to be a Scout camp in a field. Picture: costen.co.uk

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An undated picture of children in North Lane, Clanfield.
Clanfield Square. Picture: costen.co.uk
St James's Church and the village well, Clanfield. Picture: costen.co.uk