We love to support and champion the local community; helping to promote and support local events, fundraising for local charities and support networks.

Local Walks

Fresh air and a dose of nature is a great remedy for many things, and an excellent way to work up an appetite before a delicious pub lunch (or a way to work it off!). Luckily, we can be found among some stunning Surrey countryside, perfect for a brisk winter’s walk or leisurely summer’s stroll.

Hatchlands Park National Trust

Just around the corner you will find the breath-taking National Trust site, Hatchlands Park, spanning 400 acres of beautiful parkland which includes a kids adventure area. The traditional country house nestled among the parkland is open between April and October, allowing you the opportunity to explore 6 fully restored rooms. There are also two specific dog trails for your four-legged companions (who are also welcome in the pub!).

Local Charity

We are proud to support Cherry Trees; providing home from home respite care for children and young people with severe learning and physical disabilities. Cherry Trees recognise that these children are best looked after at home but, because of their very special needs, they require special care, often 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

Here at The Queen’s Head we have been helping to raise funds for the important work that they do, just around the corner from us here in East Clandon through a number of initiatives…

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High Clandon Cuvée

The Quintessence of English Sparkling Wine; A Cuvée from the Beautiful rolling Hills of High Clandon.

Since 2004, High Clandon Cuvée have striven for excellence on their small hand-manicured vineyard, to produce a sparkling wine of character capturing the flavours of its terroir, and to invest in maturing the wine to perfection. Their Quintessence is crafted from the classic trio of champagne grapes… Pinot Noir, Pinot Meunier and Chardonnay by an award-winning wine maker. And with long bottle maturation of almost uniquely four year’s maturation on the yeast lees, and followed by a further nine months after dégorgement to ensure perfect integration of flavours. Pay us a visit and have a try of this exquisite wine.

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