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Is there culture in Thame? Take this survey and find out!

11th September 2018

Where can you go locally to – Watch an animated film about an 11-year old girl’s courage on the streets of Kabul? Spend an evening with John Challis, star of Benidorm and Only Fools and Horses? Hear about the canal that Thame might have had? You’ll be Thame’s top culture vulture if you can answer […]

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Consultation launches for Thame’s Green Living Plan

13th August 2018

Residents of Thame will have their say on the Green Living Plan (GLP) for the town over the next six weeks. A consultation process will be launched on Monday 20 August and is expected to run until 30 September. Everyone who lives or works in Thame is invited to comment on the plan, which will […]

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Vintage Tea afternoon raises almost £1,000

10th August 2018

The event was sterling success raising a total of £974 for the Thame Royal British Legion. Approximately 74 people sat down to a delightful vintage afternoon tea served on fine china with entertainment provided by the Thame Players who performed a rendition/medley from their up and coming performance of “Oh what a lovely war”. WW1 uniforms were on […]

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New bus stops installed

3rd August 2018

Oxfordshire County Council have installed new permanent bus stops along the 40 route and extended 280 / X8 bus route. The new stops have been installed at Churchill Crescent (280 / X8), Orchard Close (280 / X8) and the Health Centre (40). The ancient bus stop sign that was outside the Community Hospital (Hub) was removed last […]

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September Fair 2018 Road Closures

26th July 2018

The September Fair will be in Thame between Thursday 20 and Saturday 22 September 2018. The Fair will be open from 4pm to 11pm on Thursday and noon to 11pm on Friday and Saturday. The President of the Showmen’s Guild and the Mayor of Thame will be ringing the bell to officially open the Fair […]

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Thame shines bright in national Christmas Lights competition

26th July 2018

After making it to the final 12 in the Blachere Illuminations’ Christmas Lights competition, Thame fought off some strong competition from much larger towns and cities around the country to finish in third place. Although we narrowly missed out on winning the top £10,000 prize, the great efforts by Town Council staff and Councillors have secured Thame an additional £1,000 […]

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Be part of this year’s Christmas event in Thame

23rd July 2018

Thame Town Council is looking to involve the local community once again in the annual Christmas Lights Switch-On event in Thame which will take place on Friday 30 November this year. Residents are being invited to have their say on what attractions should be booked to attend the event. Search for the ‘Christmas in Thame’ […]

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Town Council grant recipients announced

28th June 2018

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 £8,845 was awarded to community and non-for-profit projects, all of which will benefit the community […]

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Armed Forces Convenant signed

28th June 2018

On Monday 25 June the Mayor, Cllr Ann Midwinter, attended the Flag Raising Ceremony at Oxford Castle to Commemorate Armed Forces Day.  Following the ceremony Cllr Midwinter signed the Armed Forces Covenant on behalf of Thame Town Council along with other local Mayors and Chairs. The Covenant is a written and publicised voluntary pledge from organisations […]

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