Month: July 2017

Antisocial Behaviour in Thame

July 27th, 2017

The Town Council is concerned at fairly widespread reports of increased antisocial behaviour in Thame.  It is sometimes difficult to separate perception from reality but there have certainly been some incidents that the Town Council is aware of.  We do not want to raise undue concern.  The police have asked us to encourage public reporting […]

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The town flag is flying!

July 26th, 2017

Following a recent community competition, Thame’s Town Flag was officially raised this morning. Competition winner Hazel Mann was joined by the Mayor of Thame, Cllr Tom Wyse, and Councillors to raise the flag outside the Town Hall. Hazel received a bouquet of flowers for her design being chosen the winner from 33 entries. The Town […]

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Local groups invited to Community Day at Thame Market

July 20th, 2017

Thame Market Traders are holding their Community Market Day on Tuesday 22 August, and they are looking for local community groups and charities to hold a free pitch. It promises to be a great day and there will be a large bouncy slide too! The Market Fun Day celebrates the fantastic community spirit of Thame […]

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Town Hall closed

July 18th, 2017

Thame Town Hall will be closed between 1pm and 5pm on Wednesday 19 July 2017. We will re-open as usual at 10am on Thursday 20 July 2017. We apologise for any inconvenience. Date: Tuesday 18 July 2017

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Brother’s Hair Salon window display strikes a chord!

July 13th, 2017

Image copyright: SGG Images Saturday 8 July saw the launch of the first ever Thame Town Music Festival, and town centre shops banged their drums in support of it by taking part in the towns ‘Dress to Impress’ competition. In total 11 shops took part, and Brother’s Hair Salon can now blow their own trumpet […]

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Council Grants Announced

July 12th, 2017

The Town Council’s annual Grant Award scheme is open to local organisations in the Thame area. The scheme aims to fund projects that address the needs, aspirations and issues of the people in our community. This year a total of £14,750 was awarded to various community and non-for-profit projects, all of which will benefit the […]

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Rotary Club of Thame welcomes new president

July 11th, 2017

It’s all change at the top as former oil industry employee from Chalgrove who spends much of his spare time volunteering and fundraising in the local community takes up the reins as president of Rotary Club of Thame. John Singer, was welcomed as the new president of Rotary Club of Thame on Wednesday 5 July at […]

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