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  • Abingdon Council News: Proof of Life – Foreign Pension Checking Service during the Coronavirus Outbreak.

    Due to the current closure to the public of Abingdon Town Council offices at Roysse Court, the Town Clerk will not currently be able to notarise overseas pension forms until further notice.  We advise those requiring this service to speak with a solicitor.

  • Abingdon Council News: Have your say on the future ​plans for Vale of White Horse

    Please see the below from The Vale of White Horse District Council 

    Released 16 July 2020

    What do you think the council should focus on next? Working with other organisations to help local businesses get back on their feet after lockdown? Helping people live healthier lives? Tackling the climate emergency? Or all three and more?

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  • Abingdon Council News: Bob Frampton prize competition

    Abingdon Museum are running the Bob Frampton prize competition again this year.

    Please see all the details below to get involved.

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  • Abingdon Council News: Museum Crafts in Lockdown - Raffle

    We hope you’re enjoying the crafting sessions made by our volunteer crafting team and making craft along with them!
    We’ll be happy to see your creations!
    Why not share your photos of the craft you’ve made, you can attach them in the comments section of the craft videos on Facebook or post them using the hashtag #AbingdonMuseumCrew on Instagram.

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  • Abingdon Council News: Abingdon-on-Thames in 100 words

    We all have a story to tell about our town, and Abingdon Civic Society and Mostly Books want to hear yours!

    To mark National Civic Day on 20 June 2020 and to bring a little diversion to life in lockdown, Abingdon Civic Society and Mostly Books are launching a micro-fiction writing competition: Abingdon-on-Thames in 100 words.

    The Challenge

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  • Abingdon Council News: South Central Ambulance Resources

    Please see the below from South Central Ambulance Service: 

    During these challenging times, South Central Ambulance Service would like to offer our support by sharing resources your communities may find useful. We have also launched two competitions for children and young people, further details can be found below:

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  • Abingdon Council News: Casual Vacancy

    Following the sad death of Councillor Jeanette Halliday, please see below a notice of casual vacancy which has been published.

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  • Abingdon Council News: Fishing Season 2020 and Permits

    The fishing season starts again on 16th June and usually this is the time to renew your fishing permits through to March 2021. However this is a reminder that in line with the government regulations and guidance regarding Covid-19 and social distancing you do not need to come to the Information Office to renew your permit; last year's permit is still valid and you should take it with you at all times when fishing.

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  • Abingdon Council News: World Environment Day

    Today (5 June) is World Environment Day and South Oxfordshire and Vale of White Horse district councils have announced that following lockdown there has been a marked reduction in air pollution in our districts – down by nearly 60 per cent in one location. The lack of traffic and the increase in walking and cycling has helped improve the local air quality across southern Oxfordshire.

  • Abingdon Council News: The Bob Frampton Prize

    We hope you are all well and keeping safe under our current Coronavirus, COVID – 19 pandemic.
    After the success of last year’s event Abingdon County Hall Museum are again launching the Bob Frampton Prize.
    Due to Coronavirus we have extended the entry date and this year have had to make the competition fully digital.

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