BBC Birmingham News Feeds
- Premier League: 10 of 20 clubs could have made profits in 2016-17 without fans at games
- Cyclists blame navigation app for Aston Expressway trip
- Jasmine Forrester, 11, killed by 'mentally ill' relative
- Hundreds of bottles of gin auctioned after firm collapse
- Summer volunteer shortage closes Wolverhampton shelter
- Mum-of-two returns home four years after being injured in a seaside rescue
- Man admits dangerous driving over Dudley car bonnet fall
- M5 Oldbury roadworks six months behind schedule
- M5 Oldbury roadworks running six months behind schedule
- Delayed 'Three Degrees' statue to be unveiled in March
BBC Bristol News Feed
- The Bristol summer school for autistic children
- Ben Stokes trial: Cricketer 'lied about self-defence'
- Bristol Rovers: Wael al-Qadi says club exploring 'several' future stadium options
- 'Banksy' road sign disappears from Clevedon lamppost
- Bristol rally calls for referendum on final Brexit deal
- Bristol Rovers 1-2 Accrington Stanley
- Jacob Rees-Mogg: Boris Johnson burka probe is 'show trial'
- Abbots Leigh crash: Pedestrian killed
- 'Banksy' road sign appears on Clevedon lamppost
- Shawn McCoulsky: Bristol City forward joins Southend United on loan
Cornwall Council News feed
- Truro City Council celebrates taking over the ownership of Zeb’s Youth Cafe
- New food and drink carton recycling pilot launches in Cornwall
- Park and Ride’s celebrations are out of this world
- Council consults on how money from developers should be used
- Public views needed as adult social care reaches breaking point
- Heatwave brings out scam gardeners
- Council urges people to take extra precautions as hot weather returns
- Cornwall’s new fire boat now in operation
- Dogs can Park and Ride in Truro from 03 July
- Cornwall Blue Light Day set to welcome more than 750 people with a learning disability and/or autism
BBC Essex News Feed
- Southend Boris Johnson mural covered up after one day
- Hannah Stodel: Para-sailor steps up Vendee Globe preparations
- Army and Navy flyover reopens with new 20mph speed limit
- Armed men threaten elderly Stebbing couple in their home
- Man dies after being hit by a van in Ugley
- Derek Adams and Chris Powell become first EFL managers to get red cards
- Ford Escort made from silver and jewels to be sold for charity
- 'Unknown' substance sprayed during Chelmsford robbery
- Chesterfield v Braintree Town
- Colchester United v Port Vale
BBC Hampshire News Feed
- Woman 'kicked grenade then took it home' in Liphook
- New Southampton city 'gateway' plans unveiled
- Sussex woman stalked by husband impersonating ex-boyfriend
- Christian camp leader John Smyth suspected of abuse dies
- Havant & Waterlooville 1-1 AFC Fylde
- Blackpool 1-2 Portsmouth
- Barnet 1-2 Eastleigh
- Solihull Moors 1-0 Aldershot Town
- Explosion at Salisbury military hardware factory leaves one dead
- Lucy McHugh murder police to screen CCTV at Saints stadium
BBC Manchester News Feeds
- Rochdale homes evacuated as mill blaze tackled
- Manchester United confident goalkeeper David de Gea will sign new deal
- Raheem Sterling: Manchester City winger is targeted by racism, says Ian Wright
- Moss Side shooting: Girl, 12, among three still in hospital
- Rochdale mother-in-law found stabbed to death 'never spoke of suicide'
- David Silva: Manchester City's Spain midfielder retires from international football
- Residents moved from 'inadequate' Manchester care home
- Tax office bags Preston fraudster's £70k poker win
- Adam and Simon Yates to race in same team in Vuelta a Espana
- Jonathan Grounds: Bolton Wanderers sign Birmingham City defender on loan
BBC Lincolnshire News Feed
- Man saved from Skegness mobility scooter fire
- Lincoln City v Swindon Town
- Five jailed for "pack mentality" murder attack on Albert Volkausks
- House of Fraser bought by Sports Direct for £90m
- Butlin's says guest records may have been hacked
- Lincoln City sign Joan Luque and Jason Shackell
- Five guilty of 'deplorable' killing in Boston
- UK heatwave boosts Lincolnshire bumper sunflower crop
- Ten times more men than women die in sea, RNLI says
- Lincolnshire council buys Sheffield gym and lingerie factory
Amersham News Views and Information News Feed
- Amersham Track Party – 23 August
- Watercolour Demonstration – Amersham Art Group – Sept 4th
- Screening of The Theory of Everything – 7 July – In Aid of South Bucks Branch of the MND Association
- Pednoor Loop Walk – Sunday 1 July
- Visit to Bledlow Manor Gardens – 22 June
- Cheerleading Camp – Tuesday 29th May – Friday 1st June
- New Bridge Classes to start in the Autumn – Free Taster Sessions July / August / September
- Amersham Art Group Workshops May – July
- Chiltern Humanists Meeting – 8 May – Amersham – My Journey to Humanism
- Subwoofers Music Festival – 6th May – Hearing Dogs for Deaf People, The Grange, Saunderton
The Council has been experiencing IT problems and in particular the receipt of e-mails. No e-mails were received by Abingdon.gov.uk addresses on Tuesday 7th August or this morning until 12 noon(Wednesday 8th August) and there was further problem until 3pm. The matter has now been resolved.
If you have sent any e-mails from 22:00 hrs Monday 6th until 3pm Wednesday 8th you are advised to resend any e-mails which you originally sent during this period to ensure that they are now received.
Abingdon-on-Thames Town Council has published its Notice of Public Rights and Publication of Unaudited Annual Governance & Accountability Return for the year ended 31st March 2018. The public inspection period for the accounts begins Monday 1st July and ends Friday 3rd August 2018. The Annual Return and supporting financial statements are available for inspection at the Roysse Court Offices.
Join the Mousehole Cafe next week as they celebrate National Cream Tea Day!
Its National Cream Tea day on Friday 29th June and the cafe are celebrating from Tuesday 26th June until Saturday 30th June so that everyone can enjoy an added treat!
Make sure you check out the menu and pop along if you can.
Unfortunately not many residents registered to attend the Community Led plan meeting this Monday, 18th June. Consequently with regret the decision has been taken to cancel the meeting. Apologies for any inconvenience this may cause.
Reminder about the next Community Led Plan Meeting
Following the Community Survey which took place in the autumn, the results have now been collated and analysed.
Residents are now invited to help progress the work at a series of meetings which will focus on the issues which have been highlighted by the survey as priorities. To each of the meetings we are inviting representatives of the various organisations who have responsibilities in relation to the matters under consideration.
The next meeting is:
Wristands for Saturday evening's Music in the Park event are now sold out, so there will be none available on the gate.
However if you have pre-ordered wristbands but have yet to collect them, these are available at the Town Council control tent during Fun in the Park (open until 3.30pm) or at the Abbey Car Park gate when the gates open for Music in the Park . Gates will open between 4.30 and 5pm. You should bring with you your online order number.
There are reports of flash flooding as a result of storms this evening. For the latest advice from the Environment Agency click here.
For help during a flood please click here for advice.
Both Fun and Music in the Park take place in the Abbey Grounds and for everyone’s safety Abbey Close will be closed to traffic all day. The Abbey Close car park (immediately adjacent to the Abbey Grounds) will also be closed.
Fun in the Park
This event starts at 10.30am and ends at 3pm.
Wild west Bouncy Castle
Arts and Crafts
Music and Dance
A variety of local community stalls
Food and drink refreshments
Music in the Park
There are just a few wristbands remaining for this Saturday's "Music in the Park." The event takes place in the Abbey Grounds - gates open 5pm and the event ends with the traditional firework display at 10pm.
Thursday, 31st May 2018 (10am-12.30pm, and 1-3pm)
Admission: Entry by donation
Location: Museum Session Gallery (up 37 steps)
Robert Strange will be at the museum from 10.30 to 3pm.
Please see below a reminder from the Vale of White Horse District Council regarding Spring Bank Holiday bin collection changes -
Vale of White Horse District Council is reminding householders of the usual changes to their waste collections during the week following Spring Bank Holiday Monday.
There will be no waste collections on Bank Holiday Monday 28 May. Everyone’s bins will then be emptied one day later than usual for the rest of that week.
Kids Craft session with Robert Strange 12 – 2pm 30th May in the Sessions Gallery. Taking inspiration from his vivid drawings of sweet wrappers and discarded items, kids can create colourful paper works with guidance from the artist himself. FREE (donations suggested at £1 per person)
Why not drop in to meet Robert Strange on Saturday 2nd June and find out about the inspiration and technique behind this exhibition of work. 10.30 to 3pm. FREE
The Sessions Gallery in up 37 steps.
On Saturday 2nd June 2018 the Abbey Gardens will fill up with rides, face painting, live music and dance, some great street food stalls, bouncy inflatables and much more. There will be performances on the stage and there will be stalls for local societies and Community groups to advertise their activities and the work they do and potentially sign up new members.
Fun in the Park takes place from 10:30 am to 3:30pm and is a free, walk-in event.
The Council is pleased to confirm that at its meeting of Wednesday 25th April it agreed to the principle of renting the Abbey Hall to the Regal Cinema of Evesham until the summer of 2020. This is now subject to formal legal agreement but this should not delay matters and in the meantime works have commenced to enable the cinema to move in.
Expressions of interest – the Guildhall, Abingdon-on-Thames
Abingdon-on-Thames Town Council is re-opening its Historic Guildhall Rooms for hire later this year. These will be available for hire to individuals, community groups, conference organisers, wedding planners and others. A strong marketing campaign is being launched shortly, and high quality equipment and catering facilities will be available.