St Mary’s Ewshot
St. Mary’s Church was one of the earlier important buildings to appear in Ewshot as the village took shape in the mid-nineteenth century. Known as ‘the little church on the Common’ it was financed by local people, both rich and poor. It is built of stone and flint, in Early English style, to seat a congregation of around one hundred.
The interior is plastered with a timber ceiling, and stained glass windows were installed in the late 19th and early 20th Century.
In 2012 the church had an annexe added to provide kitchen facilities helping make the church of even greater use within the local community.