Review of Abingdon 2011 Slideshow

December 31, 2011

Includes … Royal Wedding Bun Throw. Old Gaol, County Hall, Cemetary, War Memorial improvements. Local Election. David Walliams and the Swan Upping and dragon boats on the River Thames. Dance day, Abingdon’s got talent, Yeah Baby, various markets on the Market Place. Apple Day. South Abingdon Residents Plan events. Morris dancing with the crowning of the Mayor of Ock Street. St George’s parade, Tesco Extra protests, Heritage Day and fun in the parks, Marathon, Nov 5th Fireworks, Remembrance Day, Christmas Extavaganza and lights, Boundary Walk on Jan 1st 2011 …. and much much more.

(Music is Forest Pathways by Phil Thornton)

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4 Comments Leave a Comment

  • 1. Balders  |  December 31, 2011 at 7:02 pm

    Dear Mr AbingdonBlog… Alistair….
    Thank you once again for providing an informative and up to date source of information about our town. Can I Wish you and your family, and all readers of this Brilliant page a Happy 2012… it must be better than 2011?

  • 2. Cassandra  |  December 31, 2011 at 7:37 pm

    Yes I wish you all a good New Year too. However, this marks the end of my first year in Abingdon and the pictures on your review have reminded me what a great little town Abingdon is. I have made an effort to attend most of the events shown on your blog and have loved every one of them – thanks to all who worked so hard in staging these ‘happenings’. I hope people continue to support them.

  • 3. Peterand Anne  |  January 1, 2012 at 6:31 pm

    What a great review of the year`s events in Abingdon – with such a haunting soundtrack. .thanks very much Alistair.

  • 4. Isabel  |  January 3, 2012 at 6:01 pm

    Alistair, again you have excelled yourself. Wonderful review of the year. I have been without the internet for over a week and gosh I have missed it, but mostly not being able to have my daily look at your Blog. Happy New Year.

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