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MAJOR DEVELOPMENTS ANNOUNCED IN RELATION TO THE GUILDHALL AND THE ABBEY HALL
Remembrance Day Commemorations
The Cunning Little Vixen, a special screening and talk by Geoff Dunbar
1917: The Search for Victory
Mrs Janet Morgan, Freeman
Comic Capers
Comic Capers - date confirmation
Abingdon Michaelmas and Runaway Fairs come to town!
MAJOR DEVELOPMENTS ANNOUNCED IN RELATION TO THE GUILDHALL AND THE ABBEY HALL
Remembrance Day Commemorations
The Cunning Little Vixen, a special screening and talk by Geoff Dunbar
1917: The Search for Victory
Mrs Janet Morgan, Freeman
Comic Capers - date confirmation
Abingdon Michaelmas and Runaway Fairs come to town!

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Published on: 26 Jul 2017
We have received the following from the District Council: Vale of White Horse District Council will be offering two grant schemes starting next month with £175,000 available to support the local community. The Capital Grants scheme and New Homes Bonus community grant scheme opens on 20 August and will run until 15 October for people to apply. Workshops to give guidance on the grants and help people to apply for them will be offered 4-6pm on 8 August in Abingdon, 10 August in Faringdon and 15 August in Wantage.  The Council was highly successful with both schemes last year, with the Capital... more
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Town Administration
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Abingdon-on-Thames Town Council
Swan Upping
Published on: 21 Jul 2017
Swan Upping plays an important role in the conservation of the mute swan and involves The Queen’s Swan Warden collecting data, assessing the health of young cygnets and examining them for any injuries. Cygnets are extremely vulnerable at this early stage in their development and Swan Upping affords an opportunity to help both adults and cygnets that might otherwise go untreated. This year the Royal Swan Uppers, who wear the scarlet uniform of Her Majesty The Queen, are due to arrive in Abingdon-on-Thames at  the Brdige at apprximately 5pm on Friday 21st July.  For further details click here.
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Heritage, Outdoors
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Abingdon-on-Thames Town Council
Published on: 21 Jul 2017
The District Council have issued the following update on changes to arrangements which mean that you can use plastic bags to line food waste bins. Residents in Southern Oxfordshire can now use plastic bags to line their food waste bins and caddies. Food waste is collected every week and taken to Agrivert’s anaerobic digestion plant near Wallingford to be recycled into gas for electricity and fertiliser for local farmland. The processing plant is now able to accept thin plastic bags, such as carrier bags, bread bags, paper wrappings, or normal pedal bin liners. Residents can also continue... more
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Town Administration
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Abingdon-on-Thames Town Council
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