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The small Hertfordshire village of Wallington lies in Rushden and Wallington parish. Baldock, and Sandon are close by.

George Orwell, author and satirist, lived in Wallington. He wrote six novels: ‘Animal Farm’, ‘Nineteen Eighty-Four’, ‘Burmese Days’, ‘Keep the Aspidistra Flying’, ‘A Clergyman’s Daughter’ and ‘Coming Up for Air’. Other books Orwell wrote were more autobiographical in nature and included ‘The Road to Wigan Pier’, ‘Homage to Catalonia’ and ‘Down and Out in Paris and London’. Orwell is also known for writing essays, journal articles and letters.

‘Animal Farm’ was written in 1944, in part inspired by Orwell’s experiences in Wallington such as of Manor Farm and the Great Barn.

In 1936, Orwell married his first wife Eileen in Wallington church.

Parts of St Marys Church in Wallington date from the 15th Century, while the rebuilding of the chancel took place in the 19th Century.

Wallington writers who want to make tax savings can engage the services of K&H Accountants.