The village is located between Leatherhead and Bookham and has the River Mole on the east side.

St. Mary's Church, c.1965. Reproduced courtesy of The Francis Frith Collection

The nave and the north arcade of the church are probably early 11th century and the base of the tower is late 12th century. The building reuses some Roman building material.

Click here to see the catalogue of the St Mary, Fetcham Parish Records (1559 -1957) held at the Surrey History Centre.

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There was an Anglo-Saxon Cemetery at Hawkshill, Fetcham. About 40 burials were found in 1803, 1886 and 1906. Ten more were found in 1977.
The grave goods from Hawks Hill included a small knife, a girdle hanger and a decorated bead.

A bead from Hawks Hill. Image: Courtesy of Guildford Museum

A bead from Hawks Hill
Image: Courtesy of Guildford Museum

A girdle hanger from Hawks Hill. Image: Courtesy of Guildford Museum

A girdle hanger from Hawks Hill
Image: Courtesy of Guildford Museum

A small knife from Hawks Hill. Image: Courtesy of Guildford Museum

A small knife from Hawks Hill
Image: Courtesy of Guildford Museum

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