Welcome to Thame Town Council

Thame Town Council is the parish authority for Thame. Our team comprises 16 councillors and 16 staff, who are committed to representing the people of Thame and providing many key local services. Working in partnership with local residents, our aim is to preserve the town’s unique heritage and make Thame an even better place to live, work and enjoy.

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Latest News

Thame Town Council keeps you up-to-date with the latest local news. Find out about new projects, upcoming events, and more.

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Green Living

The Thame Green Living Plan has been developed to protect and enhance our quality of life. Want to get involved?

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Thame Neighbourhood Plan

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Get the latest news about the Thame Neighbourhood Plan – created by the community for the community.

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Thame Art Crawl

Thame’s biggest pop-up exhibition, celebrating the local art scene. Artist applications close 31st July.

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Community & Youth Centre

Does your group need a space for activities? We want to hear from you!

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Can’t Make It to the Polls?

Get someone to vote on your behalf. Apply for a proxy vote before 5pm on 26th June.

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Who Will Win?

Nominations for this year’s Thame Town Awards have closed. Winners announced Thursday 18th July.

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Mayor’s Charities for 2024/25

SharingLife Trust

SharingLife Trust is a UK Registered Charity helping those who have and can, to assist those who don’t have or can’t. We are based in South Oxfordshire and through support networks help people in need in the area around Thame. With the help of our international partners in both East & West Africa and North East India, we are also able to extend our support to people in need in other parts of the world.


Lord Williams’s Young Carers

Young carers generally care for members of their immediate family who may be a parent with an illness, disability, mental health problem or dependency on alcohol or drugs, or a brother or sister who has a health problem or disability. It may also be that your family has experienced a bereavement within the household. We appreciate that students may be involved in any of the following:

  • Domestic tasks, such as cleaning, cooking and shopping
  • Personal care, such as washing, dressing and toileting
  • Family responsibilities, including caring for siblings and money management
  • Administering medication, injections, changing dressings and other medical care
  • Providing emotional support for other family members, including the cared-for relative