Year: 2017

How is your plan progressing?

10th January 2017

It has been almost four  years since the Thame Neighbourhood Plan was adopted and in that time our community has experienced many changes and developments. The Council’s Neighbourhood Plan Continuity Committee continue to monitor the delivery of the Plan. You can find out what progress has been made since October 2015 in the latest Monitoring & […]

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New Year’s Day ramblers braved the weather and raised £165!

4th January 2017

Ramblers walked the Thame Boundary on New Years Day with the Mayor, Cllr Linda Emery, to raise funds for Red Kite and Thame Youth Projects. This community walk has been very popular with previous Mayors. The walk began at St Mary’s Church where 36 friends and families shook off their Christmas cobwebs and took up the 4 […]

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GO Active Gold to benefit many more communities in 2017

3rd January 2017

South Oxfordshire and Vale of White Horse District Councils are bringing GO Active Gold activities to many more rural communities in 2017 following overwhelming success this year. GO Active Gold provides physical activities in rural areas to help those aged 60 and over to be more active.  In 2016 more than 1,000 residents from 20 […]

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