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Abingdon Museum Friends

Preserve the Past for the Future

Abingdon Museum Friends work with and for Abingdon County Hall Museum, in its role as a focal point for Abingdon’s residents, the provision of a tourist destination for visitors and as a place to learn, understand and enjoy the heritage and environment of Abingdon.

The Friends organisation supports the Museum through fundraising and voluntary work. They meet monthly during autumn and winter for a variety of talks and social gatherings. In the summer months there are day trips to other museums and places of interest both locally and further afield. Past visits have included seeing the new bells of St Helen's church, before they were commissioned, and the Birmingham Backs-to-Backs, an art gallery trip.

The Friends funded the acquisition of a delightful watercolour by Nathaniel Sparks. It shows a riverside view of Abingdon from Fairlawn Wharf and dates to the early part of this century. Money raised through the events programme has contributed to other projects, such as the transfer of old film footage of Abingdon onto videotape

To view pages on this website about the museum and its collections click here

To look at our list of forthcoming talks and events click here

To look at past events we have held and our news archive click here

To view pages about our fundraising appeal click here

To find out more about how to join us and download an application form click here

 

 

Our contact details are:

Telephone: Sue Stevens - 01235 200350

Email: fred.stevens1@ntlworld.com

Abingdon Museum Friends, Abingdon County Hall Museum, The Market Place

Abingdon-on-Thames, Oxfordshire, OX14 3HG

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