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  • Abingdon Council News: Patients urged to help the NHS help them this winter

    Patients urged to help the NHS help them this winter

    Winter is traditionally the busiest time of year for the NHS, and so patients are being reminded to only use Emergency Departments in Oxford in an emergency.

    There are a range of alternative options available for non-emergency situations to ensure you get the appropriate care you need, and save an unnecessary trip to the Emergency Department.

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  • Abingdon Council News: Culham Parochial School Samplers Display

    We are delighted to announce that samplers on loan from Culham Parochial Church of England School are now exhibited at Abingdon Museum Attic Gallery until 29th March 2020. The display shows some pieces of embroidery made by pupils at Culham Parochial School in the past.

  • Abingdon Council News: Housing affects your health

    Please see the below released from Oxfordshire County Council:

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  • Abingdon Council News: Christmas Opening Hours

    ABINGDON-ON-THAMES TOWN COUNCIL CHRISTMAS AND NEW YEAR OPENING HOURS

    Tue 24th December 2019:

    Information Centre and Town Council offices open from 9am to 3pm

    Wed 25th December - Wed 1st Jan inclusive

    CLOSED

    New Year: 

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  • Abingdon Council News: Recycle Your Christmas Tree!
    This is a reminder that as usual, once the Christmas festivities are concluded, you can bring your Christmas tree to the Market Place to be recycled into woodchip.

    This annual event takes place on the Saturday after Twelfth Night and this year is scheduled for Saturday 4th January from 9am to 3pm. This service is provided by the Town Council.

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  • Abingdon Council News: Mayors Over 70's Christmas Party

    The Mayor of Abingdon-on-Thames, Councillor Charlie Birks, is hosting the annual over 70's Christmas Party with Afternoon tea and entertainment for Abingdon-on-Thames’s older residents ..

    Tickets were available in late November and now all the tickets are gone . So, sorry if you have missed out.  If you live in the town and were born before December 1950 get last week of November in your diary to apply next year.

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  • Abingdon Council News: Letter to EU citizens

    Vale of White Horse District Council has written to thousands of residents in the district who are EU nationals from countries outside of the UK. The letter explains what affected residents need to do to remain in the UK after Brexit and signposts them to further information.

    Please see the letter here with the relevant information.

     

  • Abingdon Council News: PC Harper Ride of Respect

    Thousands of motorcyclists are expected to take part in the Ride of Respect in memory of PC Andrew Harper this Sunday. (27th October 2019)

    PC Harper died while responding to a burglary in Berkshire, in August.

    Participants are set to meet at RAF Benson from 9am before leaving the base at midday and riding to Abingdon Airfield.

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  • Abingdon Council News: Extra garden waste

    Residents in southern Oxfordshire who recycle food and garden waste will benefit from extra help in the next few weeks.

    Hallowe’en usually means lots of leftover pumpkins at the start of November. Any that can’t be used in cooking or composting can be collected by the bin crews if left next to the food waste bin.

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  • Abingdon Council News: Youth Opportunity Fund

    Voluntary and community organisations are being invited to bid for portions of Oxfordshire County Council’s new £1m two-year grant fund: Youth Opportunity Fund.

    Feedback from Oxfordshire residents points to strong support for improving community-run youth services. This new fund is available to help existing projects expand and new ones get started. Grants of up to £70,000 are available.

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