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Information & Advice

In Abingdon-on-Thames there are still a range of places where you can get information or advice from a friendly face, not just a computer screen or a phone service!

Whether its bus times and opening times, help with family problems or some information about the town or the local services, there are a number of organisations you can turn to in the town centre. Read the descriptions below to see which ones will be of most use to you.

Health and emergencies are dealt with in a different section - click here to get emergency numbers.

Citizens Advice offices in New Abbey House
Contact usCitizens Advice AbingdonAbbey House Abbey Close (side entrance with maroon coloured doors)ABINGDON-on-Thames Oxfordshire.OX14 3JD http://www.caox.org.uk/ Email: abingdon@osavcab.org.uk Adviceline: 03444 111 444 www.adviceguide.org.uk Advice session times Day                  Time                                 Further information Monday          10.00 - 18.00                      Drop...
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Sergeant Kevin Hickman in the Market Place
Our local Neighbourhood Sergeant, Sergeant Kevin Hickman is moving on to a new role and we wish him well. The Police Community Support Officer for the town centre (a post which is part -funded by the Town Council) is PCSO Ali Blood. They can be contacted on  AbingdonTownNHPT@thamesvalley.pnn.police.uk A monthly report is issued by the neighbourhood policing team which gives details of the...
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Abingdon Library
Abingdon library is based at The Charter OX14 3LY (01235 520374) and provides the following services and facilities: Newspapers and magazines Regular children’s events Books in other languages Audio books, DVDs, music, CDs Self service Computers and Internet (book a computer) Local studies collection Bus pass online applications Photocopier Out of hours returns - except Christmas,New Year and...
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The town's Visitor and Community Information Centre
Abingdon-on-Thames Visitor and Community Information Centre has moved this season 2018 from its long-term location on Bridge Street to be in the County Hall Museum Sessions Gallery.  Town centre heritage plan maps are also available in the Museum café, There is disability and wheelchair access to the basement only. Request this by intercom between 10.00 am and 2.00 pm or please ask whether a...
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The Net in Abingdon Early Intervention Centre
Abingdon Children and Family Centre Abingdon Children and Family Centre provides support and advice to children and families, with a special emphasis on supporting the whole family. Staff based at the Children and Family Centre work closely with partner agencies to provide a range of services to offer help and advice to you and your family. There are changes being made to County services this...
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The Abingdon Bridge
The Abingdon Bridge offers the following services and support to young people aged 13-25 Counselling Careers advice Healthy Lifestyles Sexual Health Relationships Personal Safety Community activities   Opening hours Monday – Friday (excluding Tuesday’s) 12-6pm   Tel: 01235 522375 Email: tabcentre@yahoo.co.uk www.theabingdonbridge.org.uk    
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Job Centre on Stert Street
Abingdon-on-Thames has good employment opportunities in every area with companies recruiting at all times of year. There is a high need for retail staff, practical trades and skills. New people are drawn to work here in the science and technology sector at internationally acclaimed science and business parks in and close to town. Please see the business directory or ask at the Information Centre...
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This group works across the Vale of White Horse District to promote good quality disabled access in all the public areas of the market towns and the rural areas between. Their work ranges from encouraging businesses to maximise disabled access, to conducting surveys and giving awards for best practice, to advising the District Council when they seek to improve access or change road, path or...
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