Church of St. Peter (redundant Church of England) Thames Street, Wallingford OX10 0BH

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Car Parking facilities are located opposite the church on Thames Street.

Accessible parking bays are available.

There are several stone steps and flagstones leading from the street level to the Church entrance.

The grounds and graves are accessed by uneven ground.

A pdf Guidebook and notes on the church architecture are available from The Churches Conservation Trust (

Brief description

"St Peter Church," is a Grade II listed building dating from 1769.  It replaced an early church which was destroyed during the Siege of Wallingford in 1646.

The present church is Georgian in style and was officially opened on 29 June 1769.  It was declared redundant two hundred years later, on 29 June 1969.  The building is now used as a venue for public events and concerts.

William Morris and Company designed the stained-glass East Window "Feed My Lambs"(1919).

A full architectural description of the church is available online from the Historic England website.


St Peter's Church

1 Thames St


OX10 0BH


The Churches Conservation Trust administers St. Peters Church.

Contact email form via the website.

St Peter's Church, Wallingford, Oxfordshire | The Churches Conservation Trust (


0845 303 2760


St Peter's Church, Wallingford, Oxfordshire | The Churches Conservation Trust (


Wallingford is located midway between Oxford and Reading.

From Oxford - head south on A4074 for 12.6 miles

From Reading - head north on A4074 for 13.8 miles

Opening Times

Always check with the venue directly for up-to-date information including opening times and admission charges as they may be subject to change


Nearest railway station - Cholsey approximately 2.6 miles


Wallingford had several public houses and cafes nearby for food and drinks.

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