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Abingdon Visitor and Community Information Centre

Abingdon-on-Thames Visitor and Community Information Centre is available to respond to visitor requests and local enquiries for information between 9.30 and 3 preferably by email

Currently the office is closed to personal callers, with great regret. Its normal location is the Ground Floor of the Roysse Court Offices, Bridge Street, OX14 3HU.

Information staff are dedicated to providing information on the town. They have general knowledge as well as information on the more unusual things to see and do. When national government guidelines allow, you will be able to pick up information on town services, town and local events, and learn about the surrounding region.

This year you are welcome to ask about travel, things to do, where to eat and drink in and around the town. A map and a guidebook are on this website for a quick download. Assistance is given to individuals and families who live in the town, visitors, tourists to our beautiful region, coach drivers and people planning trips. 

We can respond to requests for information via for instance to send a visitor suggestions on places to visit in any particular month. When planning a trip some information is available by email only.

Please note opening times are 9.30 am to 3.00 pm Monday to Saturday. Please check before travelling or coming specially. The Visitor Information Centre phone number 01235 522711 is currently on divert to a mobile so we can speak or answer questions sent by text. Please call the Town Council main number 01235 522642 state the information you need and leave a number to be called back on (UK only).

There is level access to the Information Centre. After the pandemic eases maps and guides should be available weekdays 9.00 am to 5.00 pm at ground floor level including when we are closed. 


Genuinely serious emergency issues in the town can be handled by District Council on behalf of the town authorities   council emergencies page here or the Police station on Marcham Road until 8.00 pm or phone 101.



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