Thame has a thriving and active community life with a wide range of clubs and organisations. In this section you can find out how you can get involved in your local community and what the Town Council is doing to support projects, groups and individuals in your neighbourhood.
Thame Town Guide
Read the current Thame Town Guide which is produced by Thame Town Council for residents and visitors of Thame and includes a handy town map and street index to help you get around.
Town Guide 2023 by firstname.lastname@example.org
Community Groups and Business Directory
Use our directory to search for local businesses, organisations, clubs and activities, to find what you need. List yours for free.
Festivals and Events
Find out what is going on this week, month, and year in Thame. List your own event for free.
Green Living Plan
Find out about Thame’s Green Living Plan and how you can get involved.
Things to do
From historical buildings to beautiful parks, Thame has lots of exciting attractions and activities for all the family.
Find out which Residents’ Association represents you and how to get involved.
Local Transport & Parking
Whether driving, public transport or cycling – find out how to get around.
Support for your Community Group
If you run a community group there is a wide range of support, resources and facilities available to you
Working & Volunteering in Thame
Thame is a great place to work and volunteer. View our Opportunities Listings to browse paid and unpaid opportunities in Thame.
Thame Good Neighbour Scheme
Get involved in a a local voluntary group that offers services to those in the community who need help and support
Recognising local people who work hard to make our community a better place to live, work and play
Local Room Hire
A list of room and facilities available to hire in Thame.
Thame Town Council is responsible for a number of services in the local community, however, we also have a strong working relationship with other tiers of authority who provide additional services such as recycling, highway repairs and benefits. Below is an infographic of the services provided by your local councils and who is responsible for what should you have an issue. Click on the image for contact details.