Wendover is a market town at the foot of the Chiltern Hills in Buckinghamshire, England. It is also a Civil Parish within Aylesbury Vale District.
Wendover has good transport links, being on the A413 main road from Aylesbury to Amershamand the B4009 Road which connects Tring to South Oxfordshire. There is a Chiltern Railways mainline railway station at Wendover offering direct services to Aylesbury, Amersham and stations to London.
The village has a good range of shops, services, facilities and employment sites.
Wendover has two state nursery schools and primaries John Hampden and Wendover
CofE and a Secondary School - John Colet. The grammar school system exists in Buckinghamshire where all pupils sit their 11+ in Year 6.
Wendover abuts the Wendover Woods (Forestry Commission, Chilterns AONB and partly Ancient Woodland), and an RAF base at Halton (established 1913, utilised in First and second World Wars). On the north side of the town is the Weston Turville Reservoir and disused Arm of the Grand Union Canal – important for local wildlife.