Category: News

Switch-on event an amazing success!

8th December 2022

Last Friday evening saw hundreds of residents come together for the Christmas lights switch-on. Up on stage with the Mayor and Joe Middleton from Lightfoots Solicitors, were Molly Meddes, Evie Mae Dinnage and Harris Bradley who were nominated by each primary school to push the plunger (all pictured here before the switch on). Paddy Harris and Anthony […]

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Stay Warm This Winter in Thame

1st December 2022

Find a Warm Space in Thame this winter For those of you who are struggling to stay warm at home this winter, the following places are designated ‘Warm Spaces’ in Thame where everyone is welcome: Christchurch – Tuesdays 10.00am – 12.00pm and after Sunday service Grace Church at the Guide HQ – 11.45am after Sunday service […]

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Consultation on Thame Community Youth Centre proposals

28th November 2022

TYP consultation continues in Town Hall Thame Town Council and Thame Youth Projects (TYP) are consulting on proposals to develop the land/space currently occupied by the changing rooms and adjacent space at Southern Road recreation ground and we are seeking feedback on the aims and vison of the project. This project will improve facilities greatly […]

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Felling of Black Poplar

21st October 2022

Unfortunately, the mature Black Poplar Hybrid tree in the middle of Churchill Crescent play area has had to be felled. The Town Council has been monitoring the tree since 2020 when it showed early signs of disease. During the last few weeks, the health of the tree trunk had deteriorated rapidly and following professional arboriculture advice, the Town Council […]

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Thank you for the Music! (Festivals) …

21st October 2022

Following the sad news that Thame Town Music Festival (TTMF) will not be returning next year, Thame Town Council want to say a massive thank you to Johnnie Littler, the Festival Committee and the amazing team of volunteers.   The planning, organisation and delivery of this exceptional event has been faultless and resulted in it growing […]

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Thame’s 2023 calendar is now on sale!

17th October 2022

Our long-awaited calendar has finally arrived and is on sale in the Information Centre priced at just £7.50 including an envelope. All the photos this year have been taken by local residents so we hope you will enjoy them. This year we have also included the dates of those Thame events which we had information […]

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Street naming opportunity in Thame

17th October 2022

Have you ever wanted a street named after someone in your family? There is currently an opportunity to make that happen as South Oxfordshire District Council are looking for suggestions of two street names for the upcoming development of 6 homes between Thame Park Road and Robin Gibb Road, approved under planning application P19/S1596/FUL. This development […]

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Planning Application – Oxford Road

6th October 2022

Update – 13 October 2022 Register now for informal public meeting With regards to planning application (P22/S2418/FUL) at land off Oxford Road for 77 houses, the Town Council has not yet considered this application as they are awaiting a response from the applicant (Bloor Homes) to the various consultation responses. It is likely that Bloor will […]

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Parking consultation update

6th October 2022

Update – 6 October 2022 There is just over a week left to have your say on the parking consultation in Thame. Oxfordshire County Council (OCC) want to hear your views on the proposals to amend parking restrictions in Thame, which includes paid parking bays, permit holder bays, and various other changes which can be […]

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Floral tributes to Queen Elizabeth II

30th September 2022

Thame Town Council’s maintenance team will shortly be collecting up all the wonderful floral tributes from Thame’s memorial gardens and Moreton’s war memorial left in memory of our late Monarch, Queen Elizabeth II. These will be composted and reused around our parks and open spaces in Thame.

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The funeral of Queen Elizabeth II

16th September 2022

To mark the funeral of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, the Town Hall will be closed on Monday 19 September and will reopen from 9.00am – 4.30pm on Tuesday 20 September.   The Town Hall will also be closed over the weekend of 17 – 18 September, however, should you wish to sign a book of condolence, there […]

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Thame Fair 2022 Information

13th September 2022

Update – 13 September 2022 Following long and intense discussions between Thame Town Council and the Showmen’s Guild over the course of the weekend, the Town Councillors have agreed to allow the annual fair to take place in the town centre this week. We fully appreciate that the current circumstances are very different this year, […]

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