The Mayor

The Mayor of Thame

Cllr Paul Cowell (pictured, left), was elected by the Town Council at the Annual Meeting on Tuesday 18 May 2021 as Mayor of Thame for 2021-2022. The Deputy Mayor was elected as Cllr Nigel Champken-Woods.

The position of Town Mayor is ceremonial and non-political and confers no additional advantage on the post-holder, other than the honour of representing Thame. The Mayor will attend civic and ceremonial functions within the District and the wider community during their Mayoral year of office. The Town Mayor will also act as Chairman to Full Council meetings and the Annual Town Meeting.

  • The Mayor of Thame (left) with Deputy Mayor, Cllr Champken-Woods (right).

The Mayor’s Chosen Charity

Thame Youth Projects

Thame Youth Projects works to support young people in and around Thame. They have two youth cafes, one for 11-14 year olds and another for 14-16 year olds.

Upcoming Events & how to support the Mayor’s Charity

Photo needed for Mayor’s Christmas Card!

Paul Cowell is asking all you budding photographers out there if you have a photograph of Thame that can be used for his Christmas card this year? If you have, please send to rosie.collins@thametowncouncil.gov.uk by Monday 1 November. The winning photographer will have their name printed on the back of the card. Any profit from the sale of the cards will go towards the Mayor’s chosen charity, Thame Youth Projects.

The following are being sold in Thame Information Centre in aid of the Mayor’s charity:

  • ‘Love Thame’ car stickers (£2.50)

If you would like to invite the Mayor to your event, or for more information about the Mayor’s upcoming events, please contact Rosie on 01844 260495 or by email.