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Happy Birthday Thame Town Council

9th May 2024

May is a great month, hopefully the sun will shine, pub gardens are full, and the sound of the ice cream van brightens up your evening walks, but it’s also our birthday month! This year is a special one, as Thame Town Council turns 50 years! Yes, its hard to believe we are 50 years […]

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Welcome Sue to Thame Town Council!

9th May 2024

Thame Town Council is delighted to announce that it has co-opted Sue McGarry onto the Council. A vacancy arose earlier this year and following an application period, three applications were received. Thame Town Council considered these applications at a public meeting on 30 April and voted to elect Sue as Town Councillor. Sue has lived […]

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Annual Town Meeting Report

25th April 2024

On a sunny evening on the 17 April, Thame’s Annual Town Meeting took place at the Barns Centre. Residents were welcomed with refreshments and the Town Council would like to thank everyone who provided fantastic input into the interactive activity, to assist the Town Council in developing a strategy for Thame and a name for […]

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Vacancy: Part Time Caretaker/Cleaner

25th April 2024

Thame Town Council Part Time Caretaker/Cleaner Flexible Hours Rate of pay £12.63 per hour (Grade 7) Plus Local Government Pension Scheme A fantastic opportunity to work in the heart of the community. Thame Town Council is seeking an enthusiastic and proactive individual to play a critical role at the Town Hall. This role involves unlocking […]

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2023 Grant success

25th April 2024

Our Mayor, Cllr Adrian Dite has gone from singing Abba tunes during his successful charity night Mamma Mayor, to joining in with bellringing at St Marys Church. In 2023 St. Marys Thame Bell Ringers received a community grant from Thame Town Council to replace their 30 year old ropes, and this week Cllr Adrian Dite […]

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Land north of Oxford Road

25th April 2024

South Oxfordshire Council (SODC) is still waiting for advice from the Environment Agency about flood risk relating to the proposed 154 homes on land north of Oxford Road (planning application P23/S4262/FUL).  The District Council has told us the Environment Agency will not be able to provide this until June, at the earliest.  

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Mamma Mayor, how could we resist ya?

18th April 2024

Over the weekend our Mayor, Cllr Adrian Dite hosted his final fundraiser of his mayoral year!  Mamma Mayor was a sold out, great success!  We were joined by representatives from both of the Mayor’s charities, The Red Kite Family Centre and Thame Shed for a night of Abba, disco and fun.  The dancefloor was full, […]

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Elms Park play area developments: girls only space

18th April 2024

Last week we announced that the Elms Park play area redevelopment is beginning this week!  This was met with great feedback and positive outlook, which we love to see. There were however some concerns, over the design images which has a “space for girls” section.  We would like to confirm there will be no segregation […]

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Rugby’s coming home!

18th April 2024

Congratulations to Chinnor Rugby Club who have been promoted to the RFU Championship!  The team have been crowned Champions of National One Rugby after beating 5th placed Birmingham Moseley by 52 points to Nil. A brilliant finish for Chinnor with 21 wins out of 25 games and still with a game in hand making them […]

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121 Bus changes

18th April 2024

Please see above the new timetable for the 121 bus service, which now extends to Haddenham! The service will be run by Red Rose travel, so the bus colours may change, but it is still called the 121 bus! 

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Wellington Street update

18th April 2024

We have been informed the road marking associated with the Zebra crossing will be laid weather permitting on Tuesday 23rd April 2024 without a road closure in order to minimise any disruption to the traffic.   Temporary traffic signs and no parking cones will be installed 24 hours earlier, warning road users of the work and […]

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