Explore with HapticArt the many and varied treasures of Abingdon Museum. This group of textile and mixed media artists have taken inspiration from the history, colour, pattern, style and form of artefacts in the museum’s collection. Each artist has interpreted their chosen source in their own unique style to create a link with history and […]
The fishing season runs between 16th June to 14th March and to fish within this time, all anglers must be registered with Town Council. Abingdon residents can obtain permission to fish please email your full Name and Address to firstname.lastname@example.org. Anglers from outside the town are able to buy a permit to fish at low […]
Get the College course dates into your diary. After over a year of very successful webinars and virtual events for students and prospective students there will be an actual event early evening 22nd June. Check near the time and see if you need to book. Courses in all subjects can be viewed online at any […]
Huddled round a single microphone, singing intimate duets with just mountain dulcimer, dobro and guitar, Hannah Sanders & Ben Savage are an acoustic duo that sound classically timeless, yet their music is unique. Since emerging in 2016, the duo recorded two studio albums, Before the Sun (2016) and Awake (2018), produced by award winning producer […]
The Abingdon Abbey Buildings will welcome the public inside our gates for the first time in 15 months on Saturday 26th June from 10:00 am until 12:30 pm. There will be dancing, live music, theatre, historic tours, and free refreshments. The Mayor of Abingdon will be with us along with other honourable persons to welcome […]
You can buy gifts, books, interesting vintage products this morning while raising money for the National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children. Anyone wishing to donate during June please send a message to email@example.com to be passed to the organisers. NSPCC also hold an indoor sale shortly before Christmas.
Now a resident of Abingdon, David Melling has been an author & illustrator of children’s books for 28 years now. He first wrote and illustrated his own picture book THE KISS THAT MISSED, in 2002, which was shortlisted for the Kate Greenaway award. He is probably best known for his Hugless Douglas series. To date […]
Some MG events have not been able to operate such as St George's Day in the Market Place. Hopefully this event five miles from Abingdon can go ahead. It is being planned by Notcutts garden centre at Nuneham Courtenay. In aid of Thrive, the gardening charity that helps people to learn. Combine this with a […]