Wallingford town centre can serve all your convenience needs as well as provide a backdrop for your leisure and social activities.
The upkeep of the town centre benches is managed by the Town Council, please get in touch if you should spot a problem with one. Memorial Benches can be found around the Town, especially in our quieter locations such as the Castle Garden’s, Kinecroft and Bullcroft which provide a space to rest, reflect and remember, please do contact the Town Council if you are interested in donating a Memorial Bench.
The Town Council provides the Christmas Tree and Christmas Lights to celebrate the season and encourage shopping in the town in the darker months.
Town Centre Flags and Banners
The banners and flags are maintained by the Town Council. They celebrate the town and what the town has to offer visitors and residents.
View here the 2021 list of Flags to be Flown on Wallingford Town Hall.
Hanging Baskets, Planters and flower beds
There are various hanging baskets, planters and beds around the town centre which are maintained by the Town Council. The Parks Team nurture and grow the flowers which are displayed during the summer period. The planting schemes aim to welcome visitors and present a warm and inviting place to spend time shopping or meeting with friends and family for leisure purposes.
There are plenty of bike racks located around the Town Centre to use. Please view the map of where the racks are located. Bike Racks located at the Library, Museum, St Mary-le-More and Waitrose are for customers only.
View the nearest Defibrillators here https://www.heartsafe.org.uk/aed-locations
The Bull Croft Park defibrillator is maintained by the Town Council.
Should you need to use a defibrillator please contact : Emergency services, call 999 and give them the number on the defibrillator box. You will be given a code to unlock the box and retrieve the defibrillator. The defibrillator will then guide you through the use of the machine.
Town Centre Events
The Pancake Race, Car Rally, Carnival and Christmas Carols, all attract good numbers and positive vibes. The community spirit is a must to enjoy as we gather together at events and showcase our talents, local community networks and groups and have fun!
Public Toilets are located in the Cattle Market Car Park and also by the Riverside.
Cattle Market Car Park, off New Road, OX10 0AU. Open from 8am – 7:30pm
Riverside, off The Street, OX10 0BU. Open March until September from 8am – 6pm
All toilets are unattended and managed by South Oxfordshire District Council. If you have any concerns about the cleanliness the toilets, please contact SODC on Telephone : 01235 422103 (text phone users dial 18001 before dialing) or email : firstname.lastname@example.org