Thame September Fair is coming to town!
Photo credit to Ian Fairweather, with thanks.
The Thame September Fair will be taking place in the centre of the town between Thursday 15 and Saturday 17 September 2016.
During the Fair, a Temporary Road Closure and Traffic Regulation Order will be in force, which will restrict the entry of vehicles to the centre of Thame from 4.00pm Wednesday 14 September until 12 noon on Sunday 18 September 2016.
Traffic movement will be restricted and barriers will be in position at the following locations:
- High Street at the junction with Bell Lane
- North Street at the junction with Wellington Street
- Upper High Street at the junction with East Street
- Rooks Lane at the Upper High Street junction
- Nelson Street at the Upper High Street junction
Vehicles will not be allowed to park in the road or on the pavements of these affected roads. Anyone parking will run the risk of causing an offence by obstruction and cars will be removed.
Access permits are available for residents whose property is located within the road closure and have off-street parking. To apply for a permit, please contact Thame Town Council on 01844 212833, email firstname.lastname@example.org or visit the Information Centre.
You can view our bus stop closures map here, which will also be displayed on the bus stops affected by the road closure (Town Hall, Co-op, and North Street). All bus services which usually call at these stops will be diverted and the nearest stops at which you should catch them from are listed below.
280/X8 services – will call at The Thatch (opposite Thame Museum on Lower High Street) for Aylesbury to Oxford, and at Thame Museum for Oxford to Aylesbury.
40 service – will terminate at and run from the bus stop by the Old Police Station on North Street.
110 service – will call at Thame Museum for both directions (Aylesbury and Worminghall).
111/112/113 – will call at Thame Museum