Thame Appoints New Mayor & Deputy

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The Town Council has elected a new Town Mayor and Deputy Mayor for the Civic Year 2015-16.

Cllr Nichola Dixon (R), who served as Deputy Mayor in 2014-15, was elected as Town Mayor and will be supported in her role by the new Deputy Mayor, Cllr Linda Emery (L).

A Big Cheque for a Big Project

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For her final duty as Mayor of Thame, Jeannette Matelot Green had the delight of presenting a substantial cheque (in both senses of the word) to young people from the Thame Skatepark Project, her chosen charity for her Civic year. Jeannette has been tirelessly fundraising since her election as Mayor in May 2014 and her efforts have paid off; a grand total of £9153 was donated to cialis without prescription canada the project.

Corin Rea, a local skateboarder and member of the Skatepark Working Group said: “A big, big thank you toJeannetteand the working group, Thame Town Council, plus everyone who has contributed, fundraised, sponsored, and generally got involved. This park is for you and everyone else for the next 50 years”.

Jeannette has conducted many fundraising events throughout her year as Mayor including a charity golf day, quiz evening and snooker tournament. Money raised from all of her activities will now be added to funds raised by the skatepark users themselves and put towards a new, enduring wheeled-sports facility for all ages.

Your New-Look Town Council

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On May 7 2015 local people were invited to vote for who they would like to represent them on the Town Council. Thame achieved a turnout of 68.8% with over 25,000 votes cast, resulting in 5 new councillors joining the team and a further 11 retaining their seat.  

The results of soft viagra tablets safety the poll are as follows:

Thame North Ward
David Bretherton - (1000)
Don Butler - Conservative (1596)
Nigel Champken-Woods - Conservative (1371)
Paul Cowell - Independent (854)
Nichola Dixon - Conservative (1390)
Mike Dyer - Conservative (1309)
Mary Stiles - Labour (984)
Tom Wyse - Independent (1090)

Thame South Ward 
Bob Austin - Independent (1218)
Mike Deacock - Conservative (1523)
David Dodds - Conservative (1858)
Linda Emery - Independent (1004)
Helena Fickling - Independent (1111)
Catherine Jones - Independent (1127)
Peter Lambert - Independent (1195)
Ann Midwinter - Independent (1498)

The full results of the Town Council election can be found here.

Thame Honours Local Heroes

2015 Award Winners

Over 135 nominations were cast in the 7th annual Town Awards Scheme making choosing this year’s winners harder than ever. There were so many worthy nominations – from swimming instructors to snowboarders – but there can be only one winner in each of the seven categories. Town Mayor, Jeannette Matelot Green, had the honour of bestowing each of winners with their awards at the Annual Towns Meeting on 5 May 2015. 

CLICK HERE to find out this year's winners
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