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MARCHAM SOCIETY TALK

Marcham Centre, Barrow Close, Marcham, Abingdon, OX136TY Barrow Close, Marcham, Abingdon, Oxon

“Marcham, Butterflies and Lockdown” - an illustrated talk by Jim Asher for more information contact membership@MarchamSociety.org.uk  

£3

MARCHAM SOCIETY AGM & TALK

Marcham Centre, Barrow Close, Marcham, Abingdon, OX136TY Barrow Close, Marcham, Abingdon, Oxon

"BUTTERFLIES, MARCHAM AND LOCKDOWN" The first talk of the 2021-22 season by Jim Asher to be given in the new Marcham Centre. For more details please email : Membership@MarchamSociety.org.uk or visit the Society website www.MarchamSociety.org.uk

£3

Romeo & Juliet

Amey Theatre, Abingdon School Abingdon School Park RoadAbingdon,

Romeo and Juliet risk everything to be together. In defiance of their feuding families, they chase a future of joy and passion as violence erupts around them. This bold new film brings to life the remarkable backstage spaces of the National Theatre in which desire, dreams and destiny collide to make Shakespeare’s romantic tragedy sing […]

£12 – £14

Abingdon Fair Service

Abingdon Market Place Abingdon Market PlaceAbingdon,

To mark the start of the Michaelmas Fair, the Town Council is organising the traditional Fairground Service of Blessing and Dedication. This will take place at 7pm on Sunday 3rd October 2021 on the Galloping Horses in the Market Place. All are very welcome.

Abingdon Michaelmas Fair

Abingdon-on-Thames Town Centre Abingdon-on-Thames

Abingdon Michaelmas Fair will take place on Monday 4th and Tuesday 5th October 2021 from 12 noon to 11pm each day. The Michaelmas Fair is the longest street fair in Europe, running from the Market Place, through the High Street, The Square and the full length of Ock Street. This historic street fair has its […]

Guide Dogs for the Blind

Abingdon Market Place Abingdon Market PlaceAbingdon,

This event is normally very popular, a simple sale of dog-related cards, gifts, dog waste bags and the chance to meet a guide dog or puppy and to learn about the work of Guide Dogs for the Blind and its Abingdon supporters. Sight loss is devastating and with the popularity of pets and their increase […]

Abbey Chamber Concerts October

St Nicolas Church Market PlaceAbingdon-on-Thames,

Radcliffe Strings and Bethe Levy present Brahms piano quartet in C Minor

£10
Recurring

Monthly Farmers’ Market

Abingdon Farmers’ Market marked the first anniversary of its move to Market Place in November 2009. Come to Abingdon and enjoy its friendly atmosphere and unique setting. Sample and savour the fresh produce of our local district. It's the perfect way to meet and support your local farmers, growers and producers.

The People Versus with special guests The Lost Notes and support from Patrick Griffin

Harwell Village Hall 195 Tahimik StreetHigh StreetHarwell,

Big Ginger Tom Music are pleased to bring you two local acts plus an up and coming Birmingham based band to Harwell Village Hall. The People Versus have been quickly recognised as one of the most exciting talents coming out of the Folk Music scene, bringing their harmonies, driving rhythms and storytelling tradition to the […]

The People Versus with special guests The Lost Notes and support from Patrick Griffin

Harwell Village Hall 195 Tahimik StreetHigh StreetHarwell,

Big Ginger Tom Music are pleased to bring you two local acts plus an up and coming Birmingham based band to Harwell Village Hall. The People Versus have been quickly recognised as one of the most exciting talents coming out of the Folk Music scene, bringing their harmonies, driving rhythms and storytelling tradition to the […]

£15
Recurring

October Half Term – Junior Tennis Camp

St Helen and St Katharine School Faringdon RoadAbingdon,

Simon Parker and Andy Aitken from Chais Sports will be running a Tennis Camp at St Helens on Mon Oct 18th- Fri Oct 22nd. Junior Camp (6-9 years old) To develop a love of the game. To improve touch, feel and control of the tennis ball. To ensure all children have fun and develop their […]

£25

Prof. Jonathon Healey – England Under the Stuarts: The People’s Century

Trinity Church Conduit RoadAbingdon,

It was in the Tudor and early Stuart periods that ordinary people really got involved in politics.  It was a world of political gossip, rumour, news and satire.  It gave us the first newspapers and the rise of the political petition.  It was an age of rebellion and riot when the power of the great […]

£3
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