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The tradition of Meat Raffles or Draws goes back a long way in the UK and nowadays they are usually to be found in more traditional pubs and bars. Further afield, they have “chook raffles” for a chicken in Australia and the raffle of “meat trays” in New Zealand. The trays are typically composed of a mixture of cuts of meat or a selection of seafood and are raffled to raise money to support local sporting teams.
Situated in the heart of Abingdon, the Riverly Club at Bridge House is a hive of activity open for residents, older local folk and carers within the Abingdon community.
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?
Fancy filling your week up with relaxing meditation, exploration and fun filled adventures? If so, we’ve brought you a list of all the exciting things that Abingdon has to offer this week. Whether you fancy a bit of Abba karaoke, a spot of rambling or some fun and frolics with the kids, we’ve got your week covered! For more details, head on over to our website:
What's on offer in Abingdon for Valentine's Day 2015? Whether you're looking to go for something a bit different to celebrate Valentine's Day this year or if Valentine's Day means a lovely dinner, we have 4 Abingdon ideas to make it that bit special in 2015.
As the days shorten and the nights creep in it must mean that Halloween is nearly upon us... Whilst keeping a constant lookout for ghoulies and ghosties and long leggedy beasties, why not also consider some of the events taking place in the Abingdon area over this period?
To avoid danger to the public, the following temporary restrictions will apply from 08.30hrs on Sunday 7th October until 09.00hrs on Wednesday 10th October. (From Oxfordshire CC)
The annual switching on of the Christmas lights in Abingdon will be carried out this year by Louisa Hannan from Radio Oxford.
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