Warren Row was formed by a few group of cottages on the boundaries of three estates - Hall Place, Rosehill and Park Place.
St Paul's Mission, the Tin Tabernacle Church of the village, was built in 1894 and was purchased for just over £100.
Between 1958 to 1961 a secret bunker was built in the chalk mines as the village had been identified as a Regional Seat of Government in case of nuclear attack on London. The bunker was discovered in 1963 by a few anti-nuclear protesters, who refereed to themselves as 'Spies for Peace'.
Media related to Warren Row at Wikimedia Commons
- "Current Photos of Tin Tabernacles still in existence". tintabernacles.com.
- "Wargrave Local History Society January 1999". wargravehistory.org.uk.
- "St Mary's Wargrave with Knowl Hill". wargravechurch.org.uk.
- "Warren Row". hurleyparish.org.uk.
- "Half-way through term already - University of Reading". reading.ac.uk.
- "Warren Row page 1". monkton-farleigh.co.uk.
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