Category: News

Thame Remembers in the media

18th October 2018

Thame Remembers are pleased to announce that BBC Radio Oxford will be broadcasting live from Thame next Tuesday, 23rd October from 1pm – 4pm as part of the station’s Armistice Day commemorations. Presenter Lilley Mitchell has chosen Thame as the subject of her Armistice Day show and will be recalling the four-year mission of the Thame […]

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Popular French Market returns to Thame next week

16th October 2018

Whether you’re looking to pick up a few unique items for yourself or a gift for someone special, or to stock up your food cupboard with unique items, the French Market in Thame on Friday 26 October and Saturday 27 October, is a must visit. You’ll have the chance to explore a variety of stalls […]

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The countdown has started for the switch-on!

11th October 2018

There are just 50 days to go until Thame’s Christmas Lights are switched-on on Friday 30 November at 7pm. Santa has the date in his diary and will be returning to his Grotto from 3:30pm with presents – for those who have been good of course! Following a poll on the ‘Christmas in Thame’ Facebook […]

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Have your say on our 2019/20 Budget

11th October 2018

Thame Town Council has started work on setting its budget for 2019-20 and will be agreeing that budget at the Council meeting on 22 January 2019. The average household (i.e. Band D) currently contributes £2.90 per week (through the precept portion of Council Tax) towards the funding of all the projects, functions and services that Thame Town Council […]

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Get creative with Thame Art Crawl

4th October 2018

Thame Art Crawl’s event map is now available online, or pick one up from the Town Hall and participating venues. Pick it up and discover the work of over 23 artists across the 12 pop-up art exhibitions around the town centre from 18-21 October. As well as exploring this local talent, Thame Art Crawl is also […]

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October Fair 2018

4th October 2018

On Friday 12 and Saturday 13 October, Thame’s annual October Charter Fair will return to the Upper High Street car park, offering bumper cars, a great selection of fun fair rides and plenty of sweet treats! Please be aware that from 8am on Thursday 11 October to the morning of Sunday 14 October, the Upper High Street car park […]

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Notice of tree felling on Lea Park

27th September 2018

Following a recent inspection of the trees on The Moats by an arboricultural consultant the Town Council has been informed that the large mature ash on the site should be felled, as it is a potential danger to the public.  We don’t like having to cut down trees, but must act on expert advice, whatever […]

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War Memorial cleaning

27th September 2018

The War Memorial in Thame is scheduled to be cleaned on Wednesday 3 October, with works expected to last a couple of days. This is in preparation of Remembrance Sunday and Commemoration of WW1 Centenary. Click here to view the cleaned War Memorial. Date posted: Thursday 27 September 2018 Updated: Thursday 11 October 2018

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Cricket Clubhouse update – September

21st September 2018

Thame Town Cricket Club and Sports Clubhouses have published a project update for September regarding the new Cricket Clubhouse in Thame: The timber frame team have installed the external barn doors which just require final painting and have commenced the soffit works. The stonework is almost complete with all lintels in place and just the top stonework […]

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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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