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September Fair 2019 Road Closures

29th August 2019

The September Fair will be in Thame between Thursday 19 and Saturday 21 September 2019. The Fair will be open from 4pm to 11pm on Thursday and noon to 11pm on Friday and Saturday. Thame Town Council would like to remind residents and businesses of the road closures which will be in place for the […]

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Introducing the new Summer Street Market

11th July 2019

Following the successful World Village Market in April, Thame will be hosting a new market this month on the cobbles around the Town Hall. The Summer Street Market will be making its debut in Thame from Friday 26th to Sunday 28th July, adding to the already plentiful calendar of events in the town centre. The traders will […]

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Get involved in Thame’s Christmas Lights Switch-On 2019

28th June 2019

This year’s Christmas Lights Switch-On will take place on Friday 6 December. We will be welcoming back all the event favourites including Santa and his grotto, entertainment, refreshment & gift stalls, children’s characters, the primary school lantern parade and more to be announced. The post-event feedback survey last year showed reindeer as the event highlight […]

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Shop ’til you drop in Thame – thanks to updated Town Centre guides

6th June 2019

Thame today boasts a new and updated Town Centre Map that replaces a previous shopping guide that had long been out of date. The map will help visitors to the town, locate a specific business using a handy category-based key, as well as highlighting significant points of interest and places to visit. Thame’s Museum, Markets, […]

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Introducing your new look Thame Town Guide

30th May 2019

Look out for your copy in the post! For the first time, Thame Town Council has produced its annual Town Guide in house. This has enabled us to have full control over the editorial content and layout which has resulted in a Town Guide that, we hope, is easier to read and full of useful […]

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Local unsung heroes celebrated at Thame’s annual Town Awards ceremony

15th March 2019

On Thursday 14 March, the eleventh Thame Town Awards took place at The Barns Centre. The Mayor of Thame, Cllr Ann Midwinter welcomed this year’s winners and their guests, members of the Town Awards panel, councillors and Town Council staff. Individuals who nominated the winners were also invited to attend the awards ceremony and the […]

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Kingsmead Business Park Update

21st February 2019

21 February 2019 Following on from last week’s article, South Oxfordshire District Council’s Planning Committee resolved to refuse the speculative planning application for up to 129 dwellings, a 68 bed care home, and 1511sqm of office space on the whole of Kingsmead Business Park, the old DAF/Kubota site.  There were particular concerns expressed that the marketing […]

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Thame’s town centre is sparkling!

6th December 2018

On Friday 30 November Thame hosted its annual Christmas Lights Switch-On event. The event was very well attended with a range of festive stalls, tasty food, attractions and entertainment on offer. Father Christmas made the special journey with two of his adorable Reindeer to visit his Grotto and wish the people of Thame a Merry Christmas. […]

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It’s the most wonderful Thame of the year…

23rd November 2018

At Christmas the shops in our gorgeous town centre come into their own, providing beautifully presented and unique gifts – with some fantastic original ideas that you might not have considered before. You will find locally-produced items which aren’t available elsewhere: quirky one-off items not available at national chain stores, and individual gifts created by […]

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Former Police Station, Greyhound Lane, OX9 3ZD

1st November 2018

You have probably noticed that the demolition of the former police station in Greyhound Lane is underway. This site was sold by Thames Valley Police to Churchill Retirement Living Ltd. under an agreement made in 2013. An initial planning application for retirement homes on the site was refused in 2014. A subsequent planning appeal brought about by Churchill […]

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