Parish Church An outline of the main points of the history of our mediaeval parish church*. All Saints' Church The history of All Saint's Church, Leatherhead Common, which is now run by the Leatherhead Youth Partnership as BFree, supported by Churches Together in Leatherhead. Grave Names Provided jointly with the Leatherhead & District Local History Society: a guide to the parish church graveyard and a searchable listing of inscriptions*. WWI Parish Mags These pages provide extracts from our parish magazines of 1914-18 and for several years following the Armistice. Publications Publications by members of staff and of the congregation. St Monica's Mother
& Baby Home
Started in 1910 and supported by the Rural Deanery, in 1921 St Monica's moved from Epsom to 96 Kingston Road. It closed in 1938. War Graves War graves in our churchyard, including both CWGC headstones and family memorials War Memorials War memorials in Leatherhead, including those in churches*. West Door Curtain The West Door Curtains were embroidered in 1979 by a team in the parish. These pages show the embroidered panels, some information on each and who did them*. L&DLHS The Leatherhead & District Local History Society was set up in 1946 and has been closely involved with research on the history of the parish church*.
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These pages are maintained by the Parish Archivist Frank Haslam who will be
grateful for your help if you can provide photos, recollections, memorabilia and so on.