On Sunday 12 November, Thame held its Service of Remembrance to remember those who had lost their lives serving our country. There was a fantastic turnout and the weather stayed dry too. Large crowds gathered to process from the Town Hall to the Memorial Gardens, where the Act of Remembrance took place. Almost 50 wreaths were laid at the Memorial Gardens by a range of community groups and organisations. This year we were joined by the clergy with the service led by Dr Reverend Romilly Micklem of Christchurch and were fortunate to have the impressive fly past. Thank you to everyone who supported and attended the event this year, and to Paul Nelson for some fantastic photos of the event – you can view all his images on the Town Council’s Flickr.