My Abingdon

In 2013, Abingdon ward councillors 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 coordinating the promotion of uniformed youth organisations and other activities for young people, both in the ward and in the borough.

Total spend for the 2013 calendar year in Abingdon ward was £13,580.38.


Community Noticeboard

  • Events: April at The Mosaic Rooms

    The Mosaic Rooms on Cromwell Road are hosting a series of exciting cultural events in April 10th April at 7pm:  “Mail Box” –  Somali-Italian novelist and poet, Ubah Cristina Ali Farah, will discuss her experiences of growing up in Mogadishu and how this has influenced her writings with Somali British poet Elmi Ali. She will also read from her […]

  • Pre-AMICI Expressive Dance Group

    Local resident, Margot Kerr has written an article about a dance group for people with learning disabilities, sensory impairment and physical disability that she helps organise in Abingdon ward on a weekly basis. As parents, we know that for people with a learning disability there is a daily challenge in finding appropriate, meaningful and enjoyable […]

  • Out and about: St Philip’s Church, Abingdon Ward

    Lying on the intersection between Earl’s Court Road and Stratford Road is St Philip’s Church, an Anglican church in the heart of Abingdon Ward.  Founded in 1857, St Philip’s has grown over the years into a vital asset for the local community. Following renovation and the creation of community meeting space in 2001-2003, the high […]