Love Wantage is the online home of Wantage Town Team who promote Wantage town centre and what’s on offer for residents and visitors. We are supported by the local Joint Economic Forum, Wantage & District Chamber of Commerce, Vale of White Horse District Council and Wantage Town Council. This website signposts to online resources for discovering all you need to know about Wantage and the local area.
For events and activities happening in and around Wantage and Grove, Oxfordshire. Post directly to the page and admin will share from there.
Wantage Dot Com is a community run website and was created in 1997 to help residents and visitors find out about the attractive market town of Wantage, Grove and the nearby villages. It is not council run and does not receive any public money.
Wantage Independent Advice Centre: In the Vale, For the Vale
Serving Wantage, Grove, Faringdon and residents of the Vale of White Horse district.
Founded in 1986 the Wantage and Grove Lions Club raises funds for local community projects through a range of events such as jumble sales, bingo evenings and craft fairs. With 19 current members and 10 friends of the Lions who all work on a voluntary basis to help and promote the good work of the group.
The Legion is here to help members of the Royal Navy, British Army, Royal Air Force, veterans and their families.
We are a friendly, medium-sized club of about 30 members, both male & female, living or working in Wantage & its surrounding area. We extend a warm welcome to all visitors to our web-site, & hope, by browsing our pages, that you will get a flavour of our activities , and the Rotary ethos.
The Wantage & District Chamber of Commerce is a voluntary organisation run by our members; a friendly group who represent businesses and professional interests within the Wantage community. We seek to benefit the trading interests of our members and to promote our town and district.
The Vale and Downland Museum is located in the busy market town of Wantage in Oxfordshire, UK. The museum has been nationally acclaimed as an outstanding example of community partnership. The range of services is very broad ranging, from galleries interpreting the cultural heritage of the Vale of White Horse region, to a café with a delightful terrace and garden.