Wallingford Quakers

Welcome to our Meeting

Our Meeting House is in Castle Street, close to Wallingford town centre.

On Sundays, about 20 people meet in Quaker worship. There is no programme or leader: anyone who feels called to speak may do so, but often Meetings for Worship are largely silent. We have separate facilities for children. Refreshments are available following Meeting for Worship. All are welcome

We hold a shorter Meeting for Worship in Didcot every Wednesday afternoon, in people's homes.  Please use the contact details below to find out more.

Details of Meetings for Worship and other upcoming events are in the calendar below

The Meeting House and toilet facilities are suitable for some wheelchair users. A hearing loop is available.

Times of Meetings for Worship

Sundays at Wallingford Meeting House: 10:30 to 11:30

Wednesday afternoons in Didcot: contact us for further details

Find us

Wallingford Quaker (Friends) Meeting House
13 Castle Street
Oxfordshire OX10 8DL

Location: The Meeting House is set back in quiet gardens behind the cottage at 13 Castle Street.

Train: The nearest train station is Cholsey (three miles away).

Bus: X39/X40 buses between Reading and Oxford stop in Wallingford, as does the X2 from Didcot. Services are mostly half-hourly; hourly on Sundays.  All buses are operated by Thames Travel.

Parking: On Castle Street opposite the Meeting House and nearby in Waitrose car park (three minutes’ walk)



Contact us

Post: use the address above
Phone : 01491 837 835

Email (room hire)   Email (other enquiries)

More about Wallingford Quakers

Room hire
We are pleased for others to use our Meeting House, and a wide range of organisations, individuals and groups hire our rooms. Further details are available here

Quaker Meeting House heritage project
In 2016, a survey was undertaken of the condition and use of all 345 Quaker Meeting houses in England. Findings will soon be made available.

Latest news - Wallingford

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