Abingdon County Hall Museum is preparing for a new year of exhibitions.

The museum will next be open on Monday January 3, where people can catch the last day of the Martin Wackenier photography exhibition. The exhibition ‘It’s Not All Black and White – Abingdon in True Colours’, displays Mr Wackenier's snaps of the town from the past 13 years.

Originally from Ypres in Belgium, he has lived in Abingdon for the last 13 years. In that time he has been been capturing the town and its people on many different occasions from Party in the Park, bun throwing, Remembrance Day, dragon boat racing, Morris men, local musicians.

From January 15 to March 27 the museum will be displaying the history of The Morland family in Abingdon and their brewery empire.

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Dan Sancisi manager at the museum said the museum is now able to adapt to any Government Covid restrictions.

He said: "We went to strict measures before so we could stay open and we will revert to that if necessary."

He added that digital exhibitions and talks have become a part of the museum's norm now as a result of lockdowns.

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