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Lord Williams’s Lower School Redevelopment – Public Consultation

2nd November 2018

Lord Williams’s School invite you to view and comment on a draft Design Brief for the redevelopment of their Lower School Site, Towersey Road, Thame. The School propose to relocate their Lower School from its Towersey Road Site to the Upper School Site at Oxford Road, Thame, allowing the Lower School Site to be redeveloped […]

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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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Can you find all 24 runaway reindeer?

1st November 2018

Enter to be in with a chance of turning on Thame’s Christmas Lights! Christmas is fast approaching and to get Thame into the festive spirit, the Town Council will once again be launching a treasure trail around the town centre for the young and young-at-heart throughout the month of November.   In the lead up […]

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Marking the WW1 centenary in Thame

26th October 2018

Service of Remembrance Thame’s Service of Remembrance will be taking place at the Memorial Gardens on Sunday 11 November 2018. The procession, which will include Town Councillors, members of the Royal British Legion and other community groups, will assemble outside the Town Hall at 10.30am ready to proceed to the War Memorial.   Following the […]

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Thame Remembers in the media

18th October 2018

Thame Remembers are pleased to announce that BBC Radio Oxford will be broadcasting live from Thame next Tuesday, 23rd October from 1pm – 4pm as part of the station’s Armistice Day commemorations. Presenter Lilley Mitchell has chosen Thame as the subject of her Armistice Day show and will be recalling the four-year mission of the Thame […]

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Popular French Market returns to Thame next week

16th October 2018

Whether you’re looking to pick up a few unique items for yourself or a gift for someone special, or to stock up your food cupboard with unique items, the French Market in Thame on Friday 26 October and Saturday 27 October, is a must visit. You’ll have the chance to explore a variety of stalls […]

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The countdown has started for the switch-on!

11th October 2018

There are just 50 days to go until Thame’s Christmas Lights are switched-on on Friday 30 November at 7pm. Santa has the date in his diary and will be returning to his Grotto from 3:30pm with presents – for those who have been good of course! Following a poll on the ‘Christmas in Thame’ Facebook […]

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Have your say on our 2019/20 Budget

11th October 2018

Thame Town Council has started work on setting its budget for 2019-20 and will be agreeing that budget at the Council meeting on 22 January 2019. The average household (i.e. Band D) currently contributes £2.90 per week (through the precept portion of Council Tax) towards the funding of all the projects, functions and services that Thame Town Council […]

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Get creative with Thame Art Crawl

4th October 2018

Thame Art Crawl’s event map is now available online, or pick one up from the Town Hall and participating venues. Pick it up and discover the work of over 23 artists across the 12 pop-up art exhibitions around the town centre from 18-21 October. As well as exploring this local talent, Thame Art Crawl is also […]

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