If you missed the photograph exhibition 'Abingdon in the 1950s' which was held in the Community Shop in September there is an opportunity to see it in Abingdon Library. Sections of the exhibition are being displayed upstairs in the library and will be changed monthly.
uploaded. A gentlemen's dining club of the eighteenth century - and it still exists! Look for it on:
One is the Ron Chung papers; Old courts and slums of Abingdon. Ron was a resident of both the courts and ‘Hollywood’ and was able to record who lived where before the courts were removed. The papers are in the form of notes for a book that was never published.
The other, The Argyle Dairy, is by Sandra Lewis, living in Canada, who has combined family tradition with her own research to give an account of the Argyle Dairy originally set up by her great-grandparents in Victoria Road.