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Community groups benefit from Town Council grants

28th June 2019

The Town Council’s annual Grant Award scheme is for local organisations in the Thame area. The scheme aims to fund projects that address the needs, aspirations and issues of the people in our community. This year a total of £11,227 was awarded to community and non-for-profit projects, all of which will benefit the community of […]

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Notice of Public Rights 2018-19

20th June 2019

Thame Town Council has published its Notice of Public Rights and Publication of Unaudited Annual Governance & Accountability Return – Accounts for the year ended 31 March 2019. The notice can be viewed on the Town Council website here and Montesson Square Noticeboard. The public inspection period for the accounts is from Wednesday 26 June until Tuesday […]

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Climate Emergency / Elms Park

20th June 2019

At the Town Council meeting on Tuesday, Thame Climate Alliance, supported by around 50 local residents, put forward an eloquent and compelling case in relation to declaring a Climate Emergency, while also recognising the unique position that Thame is in. Most other Town and Parish Councils who are being asked to declare an emergency, and devote […]

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Apply now for a stall at Thame’s Christmas Lights Switch-On 2019

20th June 2019

Stall applications are now open for Thame’s Christmas Lights Switch-On event, this year on Friday 6 December 2019.  The event will take place in the town centre (High Street, Cornmarket & Buttermarket) between 4pm and 7:30pm. Set up is expected to be from 1:30pm and set down from 7:30pm (all timings are subject to change). […]

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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Thame today boasts a new and updated Town Centre Map that replaces a previous shopping guide that had long been out of date.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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Councillors Helena Fickling, Ann Midwinter and David Bretherton with one of the new Thame Gateway Sign

New signs are Welcome to Thame

23rd May 2019

Visitors to Thame will be receiving a colourful welcome to Thame following the installation of updated signs at each of its newly located Gateways. The previous signs were reaching the end of their life span, but alongside this, there were several other factors that motivated the change. Celebrating our Twin Town The project was initiated […]

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Mayor’s Charity Fundraising Totals 2019/20

16th May 2019

During her year of office Cllr Ann Midwinter has been raising money for her two charities, Sharing Life Trust and Thame Youth Projects. Various events have taken place during the year which included a bingo evening, film screenings, a Youth Theatre Show, a quiz night, snooker competition and a Charity Dinner, and the total amount […]

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Town & District Council Election Results 2019

3rd May 2019

On Thursday 2 May 2019, residents across South Oxfordshire voted to elect their Town and District Councillors. The results have been announced and are listed below: Thame Town Council – Election of Parish Councillors (North & South Wards) Elected Party Votes % Ann MIDWINTER – South Independent 1160 14.31 Linda EMERY – South Independent 990 […]

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