My Abingdon

Abingdon ward Councillors have focused attention on supporting small improvements to the local area that would achieve high impact. With this in mind, they contributed towards a review of Abingdon’s Conservation Area Policy via the Edwardes Square and Scarsdale Abingdon Association by funding an architectural historian to assist in the review. Councillors also funded a volunteer-maintained weather station in Pembroke Square and match funded the enhancement of gardens surrounding Chatsworth Court Garden by the Earl’s Court Road. Councillors also committed to supporting young people via coordinating the promotion activities for young people, both in the ward and in the borough and the sponsorship of a dance class for young adults with disabilities. For a full breakdown of Abingdon’s ward spend in 2013, visit the ward spending archive.

Abingdon property

This year, and more recently Abingdon Councillors has been readying the unveiling of a Blue Plaque for Lady Churchill, who lived in Abingdon and are supporting efforts to increase footfall to the parade of shops on Stratford Road. Plans are also underway for Councillors to disseminate useful council contacts to local residents.


If you live in Abingdon ward, and have a great idea or project which will improve where you live, why not submit your idea today? If you’re ready to apply, you can do so by filling out a form online, or sending an application in the post.

Community Noticeboard

  • City Living, Local Life story: Lady Churchill Blue Plaque unveiling in Abingdon ward

    With the help of City Living, Local Life, a Blue Plaque, to commemorate the residency of Lady Clementine Churchill,  was unveiled on Thursday September 25 in Abingdon ward. Clementine Hozier (as she was known at the time) lived on Abingdon Villas from 1903 until her marriage to Winston Churchill in 1908. As Lady Clementine Churchill she took an active […]

  • Upcoming Talks and Events at The Mosaic Rooms

    Visit The Mosaic Rooms website for a list of upcoming Talks and Events including Syria: From the Great War to Civil War, New Visual Languages and Choir of London 2014 The Mosaic Rooms are located at A.M. Qattan Foundation Tower House, 226 Cromwell Road London SW5 0SW  Filed under: Abingdon, Campden, Earl's Court, Holland, Queen's Gate

  • May at The Mosaic Rooms

    A celebration and exploration of Algerian culture awaits residents this month at The Mosaic Rooms. An exciting variety of talks, films, food, disucssions, exhibitions and talks. Have a click and see what’s on in May.   The Mosaic Rooms A.M. Qattan Foundation Tower House, 226 Cromwell Road, SW5 0SW Email : Phone number : 020 […]