King Alfred fortified Wallingford, Oxfordshire, against marauding Danes.
A nervous William the Conqueror crossed the River Thames at Wallingford on route from the Battle of Hastings to London.
Oliver Cromwell had Wallingford Castle, amongst the largest in England, obliterated after the Royalists made their last stand in the town.
And now, LASSCO have fallen upon St. Mary-le-More, Wallingfords own medieval Parish Church, carrying away pews, old pine floorboarding and the terracotta black and red quarry tiles.
Available at Brunswick House and The Three Pigeons.