For those not familiar with the Clandon Wood Nature Reserve and Burial Site, where Roy's funeral will be held at midday on Monday.Maggie and I recced the journey and decided to go by car rather than to ride, because of the likely dark and rain coming home. However you do it, however, beware that our Google Maps erroneously showed the burial ground as south of the A246, and it in fact to the north of that road; this matters because at that point the road is dual carriageway and you can't see the entrance from the other, westbound carriageway.
If, like us, you are driving from the Leatherhead/Great Bookham direction towards Guildford on the A246, you will need to carry on along the short dual carriageway part of that road until it joins (and then becomes) the A25. At those lights you must do a U turn so that you are going East and back towards Leatherhead along the A246 and the entrance is three hundred yard or so from the turning on that side of the road. The signposting is not huge until you are actually upon the entrance itself. It's pretty simple once you know, but it took us at least fifteen minutes of driving, Googling and map-reading to work it out.