My favourite Willow tree is the one in the Margaret Brown Gardens. You can stand under that tree and look through the long trailing branches down the long stretch of the River Thames towards Culham. Sometimes the branches hang like a string curtain, but in this picture the wind is throwing the slender branches back and forth and round.
On the other side of the Iron Bridge, there are a row of willows that shade the River Ock in Summer.
About half way along the Ock Valley Walk is a tree with a bare trunk covered in dark ivy. It has a top knot of leaves, and a curtain of thin branches.
Next to Abingdon Baptist Church is a well shaped weeping willow with its own gated area.
On the island in the Abbey Gardens are two or more willows that have grown together into a mound.
P.S And here is the Willow that once stood in front of the Old Gaol with thanks to Brian.