Abingdon-on-Thames Town Council delivers a number of key core services which are overseen by the various committees of elected councillors.
In this section we give a brief outline of the service we deliver. For further information on any of these please contact our Information Centre.
Part of the range of Town Council services The County Hall Museum is a service provided by the Town Council. The Museum has a very comprehensive section on this website. […]
Oxfordshire County Council – 01865 792422 in brief Business – Trading Standards, licences and permits. Children, Education & Families – Parents, childcare, schools, working with children. Community & Living – Births, deaths & […]
During winter weather the Town Council will as far as is possible, clear snow and ice from the properties it is responsible for, including the Market Place, the area around […]
The Town Council provides a Christmas tree and Christmas light displays in many of the main streets in the town centre. Lights are switched on at the annual Christmas Extravaganza […]
The Guildhall is a building surrounded by a fascinating history. Each of the rooms tells a story, with information about the Roysse Room dating back to as early as 1440. […]
The war memorial was erected in 1921 in High Street, and was paid for by public subscription. In 2010, the town council agreed a new design for the area. In December […]
Listed below are the council’s six recreation areas, eight play areas and two football pitches which are all maintained by the council’s works team. Recreation Areas Margaret Brown Gardens MG. Garden […]
The Town Council aims to keep residents informed through a mixture of digital and print media so that there is a way to access information that suits everyone. Digital Communications This […]
PCSOs Ali Blood and Susie Sheppard are the local Police Community Support Officers for Abingdon-on-Thames town centre. Their work is part-funded by the Town Council. They may be contacted on […]
Abingdon’s Market Place is the heart of our town centre and hosts street cafés and a variety of markets, such as the Monday Market, the Farmers’ Market, the Local Excellence […]
Information and enquiries regarding deeds, graves and interments should be made to the council on 01235 522642 or email firstname.lastname@example.org, or the cemetery office on 01235 553480 or email email@example.com […]
Abingdon-on-Thames has a distinguished history in the County of Berkshire, including being the county town from shortly after the time of the Borough Charter in 1556 until 1869. The council […]
The Town Council has three allotment sites in Abingdon-on-Thames. These sites are managed by Allotment Associations. You must live in Abingdon to rent an allotment, Please contact the associations below: Drayton Road Allotments (southern […]
Our information centre is located on the ground floor of the Roysse Court Offices, Bridge Street, OX14 3HU – through the blue door in the corner next to the small […]