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We all love a great Chinese meal, but which restaurant do you choose? How on earth do you find an outstandingly good recommended Chinese restaurant in Abingdon without endlessly phoning around friends or troubling passers by on the street?
Need to find a way to get you and your 6 best friends to the theatre? Transport problems making your hen party plans unnecessarily stressful? Wondering how you and your 8 mates will get to the next away game?
We take a look at the burgeoning popularity of good quality musical tribute acts and recommend where best to catch some good acts accompanied by excellent food.
If you fancy some festive family fun then read our round up of the best pantomimes and family Christmas shows this year across Oxfordshire.
Whether you’re looking for somewhere to treat your staff, enjoy with a few work colleagues or even meet up with some friends for a delicious meal and some festive fun, there are lots of great places to choose from in and around Abingdon! With that in mind, we’ve put together a list of our top 5 places to visit for an outstandingly-delicious Christmas party meal!
With the colder weather setting in and Christmas on the minds of many, there’s so much to do in Abingdon at this fantastic time of year! From nostalgic fairs and a Christmas craft show, to market days, car boot sales and even wood carving demonstrations, there’s lots to do, see, eat, drink and watch in Abingdon this week! For more details, head on over to our website:
As we enter into December and the Christmas traditions get into full swing, our mind turns towards the time-honoured pantomime (Oh no it doesn’t! Oh yes it does!).
Abingdon offers plenty of choice for ethnic and fusion dining but perhaps two of the best examples each have their own unique take on modern Indian cuisine.
One pub/restaurant in Abingdon that seems to have hit on a winning formula is The Broad Face on Bridge Street which offers a fresh locally-sourced menu, a great range of wines and real ales and a welcoming atmosphere for relaxed dining.
Burns Supper is a celebration of the life and poetry of Scots poet Robert Burns - usually held around his birthday on 25th January.
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