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  1. Starting Saturday 21 April 2018 - 10:00 until 11:00

    Come along to Abingdon Library's Code Club and learn how to make cool games, animations and websites! The club is suitable for 9-11 year oldsand aimed at complete beginners to have fun while coding. The projects  start with Scratch, an enjoyable, visual programming langauge designed for children. Terms run on Saturdays 10-11am. …

    Abingdon LibraryThe CharterAbingdonOxfordshireOX14 3LY

     01235 520374 01235 520374
  2. Monday 5-5.30 pm . Thursday 1-2 pm and Saturday 10.30 - 11.30 am

    Four million people in the UK are living in food poverty, and at the same time almost one third of all food is thrown away. Community fridges accept surplus food from local businesses or members of the public and make it freely available to all…

    Hadland Road Community CentreHadland RoadAbingdonOxfordshireOX14 3YH

    Abingdon Community Fridge
  3. 8:00pm prompt to 10:00pm on Thursday evenings during term time

    We are a community band who rehearse and regularly perform publicly at concerts and other events in and around Abingdon – on – Thames, just to the south of the City of Oxford. We enjoy playing music ranging from classic concert band pieces including marches and…

    Dunmore Primary SchoolNorthcourt RoadAbingdonOX14 1NR

     01865 407669 01865 407669
  4. Tuesday - Sunday and Bank Holiday Mondays

    Town Museum, situated in the magnificent 17th Century Grade 1 Listed County Hall, contains exhibitions describing the archaeological and social history of Abingdon. Abingdon County Hall Museum welcomes family groups and people of all ages to take part in our trails and activities.

    County HallMarket PlaceAbingdonOxfordshireOX14 3HG

     01235 523703 01235 523703
    Abingdon County Hall Museum
  5. No opening hours specified

    Who We Are The Abingdon Damascus Youth Project (a voluntary and registered charity) prides itself on enabling young people to make a positive difference within their own communities. Our team is made up of enthusiastic, qualified youth workers who have a passion for seeing change…

    9 Chapel LaneSutton CourtenayOX14 4AN

     01235 848694 01235 848694
  6. Thursday 7:00pm to 10:00pm

    The class for juniors (aged 8 to 16) runs from 7.30 to 8.30 on a Thursday evenings. Parents and guardians are welcome to stay and watch. Older and more experienced youngsters may attend the adult session on the advice of our coaches. The classes are…

    Gymnasium at St Helen & St KatharineFaringdon RoadAbingdonOxfordshireOX14 1BE

     07394 828909 07394 828909
    Abingdon Fencing Club
  7. We don’t think anyone in our community should have to face going hungry. That’s why we provide three days’ nutritionally balanced emergency food and support to local people who are referred to us in crisis. We are part of a nationwide network of foodbanks, supported…

    ChristchurchNorthcourt RoadAbingdonOxfordshireOX14 1PL

     07562247443 07562247443
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