A Market Town
Thame is a historic market town in the heart of Oxfordshire.
Like many traditional market towns, Thame grew from Anglo-Saxon roots but has since developed its own individual character whilst preserving its rich history; ancient medieval buildings stand alongside Georgian and Victorian architecture.
The iconic boat-shaped high street stands as testimony to the historic market place for which it was originally designed, but there is nothing historic about our markets which continue to thrive today.
Tuesday Charter Market
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Thame Local Produce Market
On the second Tuesday of each month our regular market is joined by Thame Local Produce Market (formerly known as the Thame Farmers Market), with stalls displaying an incredible range of produce from the local area and further afield.
Thame Farmers Mart
Thame Farmers Mart is one of the busiest markets around for weekly sales of genuine farmers’ store stock. Every Friday at 10.30am bidding starts on up to 850 cattle with buyers attending from across the country. For more information about forthcoming dates visit their website.
Thame also hosts a range of specialist markets throughout the year.
French Market – 7th to 9th October 2022
Stall holders travel here from France selling a range of local crafts, hot food, soaps, and more.