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Welcome to Wallingford, Oxfordshire 

With its vibrant community life, and intriguing history, the market town of Wallingford in Oxfordshire has much to offer residents and visitors alike.

The first settlers in Wallingford were drawn here by the River Thames - and the river is still one of Wallingford's great attractions. There's plenty more besides to enjoy - Wallingford boasts an appealing town centre with a great selection of independent shops, regular local markets and a range of restaurants, cafes and hostelries. There are also all kinds of fascinating corners of Wallingford to explore with beautiful villages and South Oxfordshire countryside all around. Did you know that Midsomer Murders is filmed in the area and that Causton is the fictional location of Wallingford? Or that Agatha Christie lived in Wallingford and wrote her characters and stories around local landmarks. (Her remains are buried in Cholsey) For more Tourist Information click here.

And if you live or work in Wallingford, there are all kinds of ways to get involved in the life of our thriving community. Wallingford has something for everyone - as we very much hope you will discover when you browse this site.
 

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The Boat House Wallingford is hosting a family fun day this Saturday, 19th April from 12-5pm! more
Celebrate St. George’s Day with us in Wallingford’s Town Centre on Saturday 19th April 10am — 3pm more
Historic guided walks By popular demand on Saturday 26th April, two historic guided walks have been arranged, which wi... more
The Boat House, Wallingford is hosting a charity tea party om Friday 11th April.  more
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