On the wall on the south aisle is a poignant memorial to Diana Rowden. She served with the SOE during World War II. Fluent in French she served bravely in occupied France as a courier with the Resistance; she was captured and excuted on 6th July 1944.
Her grandfather had lived in Tilford; her mother moved back here after the war and set up the memorial to remind future generations that 'Patiotism is not enough'.
Click here to read the article about Diana from the July 2019 Parish Magazine