Rotary Raises £7000 for Charity

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The Rotary Club of cialis without prescription canada Thame is grateful to the local communities of Thame and neighbouring villages for their support at fundraising events including Thame Swimathon, Thame Art Show and the Charity Movie Night.

Thanks to the communities’ support, the club, which has been under the leadership of Linda Emery, was able to donate £7,000 to charity. The presentation ceremony was held at the Spread Eagle in Thame on Wednesday 24 June and marks the end of very successful Rotary Year 2014-2015. The major beneficiaries included good local causes like Thame Skate Park Project (pictured), TCC2, and Cuttle Brook Conservation Volunteers.

Job Opportunity - Car Park Attendant

The Town Council is recruiting a part-time Car Park Attendant. Duties include monitoring the Upper High Street, Lower High Street and Southern Road car parks and issuing Excess Charge Parking Tickets as necessary.

£7.90 per hour.
14.5 hours per week (Thursday and Friday) with additional hours to cover holiday as required.

Deadline for applications is 5pm on Wednesday 8 July 2015.

To apply, please complete and levitra 20mg side effects alternative return the application form and Equal Opportunities Monitoring Form to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. to by post to Morag Robinson, Thame Town Council, Town Hall, High St, Thame, OX9 3DP.

Car Park Attendant Job Description
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Application Form
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For further information please contact Morag Robinson on 01844 212833.

Latest Success for TGNS


Since its launch in March 2015, Thame Good Neighbour Scheme has been working hard to help those in the soft viagra tablets safety community who are in need of help or support. Through our team of dedicated volunteers, we offer occasional transport, befriending, help with shopping, prescription and library book collection, help with pets and much more.

Carol is one of our wonderful volunteers who gives up a few hours a month to help those in the community with everyday tasks. Recently she has been helping Betty to look after her flowers whilst her regular gardener is ill:

“I thoroughly enjoy popping around to see Betty to help her water her plants, we always end up having a friendly chat in her beautiful garden. It doesn’t take up much of my time but makes a real difference to her daily life.”

Betty found out about the service through a friend and got in touch with our coordinator. She was then matched up to our volunteer, Carol, who lives just around the corner and was more than happy to help.

Betty is one of many local people that Thame Good Neighbour Scheme has helped so far. If you would like a helping hand from time to time from one of our volunteers please get in touch on 0800 531 6286. Similarly, if you think you could spare a few hours a month to help people like Betty, then why not become a volunteer! You can find all the information about signing up at
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