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House of Cards Shops


We will be re-opening on Monday 15th June and look forward to seeing you all

We will be operating to Covid safe guidelines

Our new opening times for all branches are Monday – Saturday 9am – 3pm

A link to our risk assessment can be found here

caversham Chalfont St Peter

Our Caversham branch, situated on Church Street, first opened in 1993. Back then, Caversham’s shopping precinct didn’t have a greeting card retailer. House of Cards saw the opportunity to set up shop in this lovely village on the north bank of the River Thames, which, alongside historical buildings, now boasts a good selection of shops situated around its centre, making Caversham the ideal location for a shopping trip.

House of Cards (Caversham), 29 Church Street, Caversham, Reading, RG4 8BA
Tel: 0118 9461243 

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Our Chalfont St Peter branch, situated on The Broadway, first opened in 2002. One of the largest villages in the South East of England, Chalfont St Peter, which is set in the green belt on the edge of the Chilterns, boasts a vibrant community with a busy shopping area containing a wide range of shops.

House of Cards (Chalfont St Peter), The Broadway, Market Place, Chalfont St. Peter, Buckinghamshire, SL9 9DX
Tel: 01753 880091

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Kidlington Thatcham

Our Kidlington branch, situated on the High Street, opened its doors in 2006. Situated in a very popular shopping destination 5 miles north of Oxford, our Kidlington branch welcomes the residents and visitors of this large village in the Cherwell district. Steeped with history, ranging from a Tudor rectory and medieval stained glass within the St Mary the Virgin Church, to archaeological remains of Roman origin, Kidlington is the ideal location for a visit. Our Kidlington branch has a chocolate counter where you can select your own choice of chocolates and have them packaged for you to make a unique gift.

House of Cards, Unit 3a, The Hampden Building, High Street, Kidlington, Oxon, OX5 2DH
Tel: 01865 848464

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Our Thatcham branch, situated in the Kingsland centre, opened in 2007. Listed in the Guinness Book of Records, the area is the oldest continuously inhabited place in England. Lying on the River Kennet and the Kennet and Avon canal, Thatcham is steeped in history and possesses the remains of a Mesolithic village and evidence of Bronze and Iron Age settlements and a Roman town.

House of Cards (Thatcham), 14 Kingsland Centre, The Broadway, Thatcham, Berkshire, RG19 3HN
Tel: 01635 872015

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Tring wallingford

Our Tring branch, situated on the High Street, was, in 1990, our very first branch to open its doors. At the time, this small market town in the Chiltern Hills in Hertfordshire had very few card buying opportunities, sparking an interest in the company’s founders, Nigel Williamson and Miles Robinson, who recognised this gap in the market and who, together, formed the independent greeting card and gift retailer, House of Cards. Tring is located at the summit level of the Grand Union Canal and is well known for its four reservoirs, national nature reserves since 1955 and a site of special scientific interest since 1987. Tring also boasts a Natural History Museum (linked to London’s museum of the same name).

House of Cards (Tring), 18 High St, Tring, Herts, HP23 5AH 
Tel: 01442 890224

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Our Wallingford branch, situated on St Mary's Street, opened in 1995. Wallingford, a small market town and civil parish situated on the western side of the River Thames, has a large open town square around a war memorial, a 17th century arcaded town hall, and three ancient churches. With numerous historical inns and a selection of shops, Wallingford is a delight to visit. Wallingford was the first of our stores to undergo a complete back to brick refit and rebrand in 2018, with a new layout concept

House of Cards (Wallingford), 9 St Mary's Street, Wallingford, Oxon, OX10 0EL
Tel: 01491 826750

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