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Jun
30
Fri
Three Day Crew Clothing Store Opening Event @ 2 Cornmarket, Thame
Jun 30 @ 9:00 am – Jul 2 @ 4:30 pm
Three Day Crew Clothing Store Opening Event @ 2 Cornmarket, Thame

Crew Clothing Company will throw open its doors to a brand new store in Thame on Saturday 24th June.

The new shop will be taking residence at 2 Cornmarket and joins a fleet of other stores on the High Street, bringing with it several new jobs.

The British lifestyle brand, known for its smart-casual clothing has been trading in Devon for almost 25 years, starting out from the back of a windsurfing shop in Salcombe. It now operates a growing portfolio of over 80 stores across the country, several of which are located in the South West.

To celebrate its arrival in the town, Crew Clothing Company will be throwing a three day opening event starting on Friday 30th June until Sunday 2nd July, with exclusive offers on the day, including a £10 off voucher for each attendee and the chance to win a gift card worth up to £250 if you make a purchase.

The Mayor will be making an appearance on Saturday morning, cutting the ribbon to officially mark the opening at 9am; there’ll also be sweet treats in store.

 

Crew Clothing Company will be open Monday – Friday 09:00 – 17:30, Saturday 09:00 – 18:00 and Sunday 10:30 – 16:30 and will be located at 2 Cornmarket, Thame, OX9 3DX

Visit their website at www.crewclothing.com.

    

£10 off voucher available from Friday 30th June to Sunday 2nd July on any purchase (excluding socks as we’ll be putting a pair in each goodie bag). One per customer. Goodie bags available to any customer making a purchase from Friday 20th June to Sunday 2nd July. While stocks last.

Jul
1
Sat
Open Doors Thame: Thame Businesses meet the community @ Thame High Street Car Park
Jul 1 all-day
Open Doors Thame: Thame Businesses meet the community @ Thame High Street Car Park

What is Open Doors?

In 2015 Thame High Street Car Park, and the Chamber in the Town Hall, were filled with local companies opening their doors to the public. A big farm tractor, a fork lift truck, diggers and mowers filled the High Street and drew in the crowds. Printing technology, interactive digital signage, and a host of service providers including marketing consultants and event organisers, were all on display and engaging with the public.

People learned about companies they never knew existed, employers met with previous and retired employees, students became aware of future employment options, and the businesses themselves found new contacts and networking opportunities.

The public were encouraged to ask questions and get up close and personal to products and services that, in many cases, they had never guessed resided in the town. It was truly a celebration of Thame’s economic diversity beyond the retail and tourism sectors that normally get the spotlight.

In 2016 we repeated the event with great success and spaces are now available for the 2017 event to be held on July the 1st.

Why Attend?


Businesses in Thame are part of the local community, an essential part of the local economy, yet most people remain blissfully ignorant of the diversity. Many of your employees live in Thame, some of your suppliers and service providers are based locally, and Open Doors provides the opportunity to connect with these and more.

 

See Farm tractors, Fork lift trucks, Diggers, Mowers, Printing technology, Interactive digital signage, and a host of service providers including marketing consultants and event organisers, all on display and engaging with the public.

Haddenham Summerfest 2017 @ Haddenham Community Junior School, HP17 8DS
Jul 1 @ 11:00 am – 9:00 pm
Haddenham Summerfest 2017 @ Haddenham Community Junior School, HP17 8DS

This year we will have an even greater selection of ales, lagers, ciders and other surprises! Along with our normal great selection of artisan food and local music. Quite frankly a day out not out be missed.

Join in the fun with family and friends – there is plenty for kids to do and if you don’t live in Haddenham – no problem just jump on the 280 from either Oxford or Aylesbury – the bus stop is right by the festival or catch the Chiltern Line and get off at Haddenham and Thame Parkway and we are just a short walk away.

The beer festival and all entertainment is sited in the grounds of Haddenham Community Junior School, Woodways, Haddenham HP17 8DS and we are open from 11am through until 9pm, although last entry is at 6pm.

Jul
2
Sun
Aston Rowant Fete @ Aston Rowant Green
Jul 2 @ 12:00 pm – 2:30 pm
Aston Rowant Fete @ Aston Rowant Green

Aston Rowant Fete will be back again this year on the Aston Rowant Green on Sunday 2nd July from 12-2.30pm.

 

There will be all the fun you’d expect from a traditional village fete including: Pimm’s tent and BBQ, tombola, cream teas, bouncy castle, children’s games, face-painting and lots more!

 

We will be running an auction of promises through the generosity of villagers and local businesses. Last year’s prizes included a morning at Lawney Hill Racing, half a day’s boat cruise, use of a private tennis court for a month and a family portrait session, so it’s well worth putting your bids in!

 

The Fete is organised by volunteers from the PTA at Aston Rowant Primary School and is one of the school’s main fundraising events of the year. This year all proceeds will go towards a new climbing frame and play area for early years pupils.

 

Jul
8
Sat
John Hampden Phizz-Whizzing Fete @ John Hampden School
Jul 8 @ 11:00 am – 2:00 pm
John Hampden Phizz-Whizzing Fete @ John Hampden School

• Raffle
• Stocks
• BBQ
• Tombolas
• Wake&Shake
• Games
• Candy floss
• And lots of Roald Dahl themed fun

Thame Town Music Festival @ Thame High St Car Park
Jul 8 @ 12:00 pm – 8:30 pm
Thame Town Music Festival @ Thame High St Car Park

The First Thursday Music Club supported by Thame Town Council are planning a free, multi-venue, multi musical genre, not-for-profit, town centre based festival of live music, in Thame, on Saturday 8 July 2017.

The Festival is designed to promote original live music and will feature a mix of local, regional and national acts.

There will be a main stage on the High Street car park with music from midday to 10:30 p.m. There will also be live music of different genres in at least eight other venues in Thame.

The Thame Town Music Festival organisers are looking for food, drink and craft stalls, as well as volunteers and want to hear your suggestions for artists and venues. You can visit  www.thametownmusicfestival.org for more information.

Big Barn Dance @ Views Farm, Great Milton
Jul 8 @ 7:00 pm – 11:59 pm
Big Barn Dance @ Views Farm, Great Milton

Dust off your cowboy hats for Great Milton’s Big Barn Dance! Featuring Ceilidh Generation bringing a contemporary twist to classic ceilidh tunes.

Saturday 8th July, 7pm-midnight.
Tickets £12.50 in advance, £15 on the door, available from Great Milton School, Great Milton Post Office, The Bull (Great Milton) and Mates Hairdressers (Wheatley).
In aid of Great Milton C of E Primary School.

Jul
10
Mon
Forget Me Know Cafe @ Chinnor Village Centre
Jul 10 @ 10:30 am – 12:30 pm
Forget Me Know Cafe @ Chinnor Village Centre

Our Monday morning Café is to provide information, peer support and fun activities which are aimed to help with co-ordination, brain stimulation, and general health and wellbeing,  for people suffering with dementia, mental health issues, old age or isolation.   All welcome – come along with your carer, we would love to meet you.

We meet twice monthly 10.30-12.30pm at Chinnor Village Centre.

You will be welcomed with a cup of tea and biscuit. We start with fun seated exercises, followed by our visiting expert. At the end of the session, we play parachute games, juggling, throwing balls, flat football, floor netball, finishing the session with a poem, lyrical or a reading. Due to bank holidays programme dates below:

PROGRAMME OF EVENTS 2017

 

24 April`        Music and Fun                    The Jinglers

15 May          Music and Singing             Andrea Yates

12 June        Music for Fun                      Heidi Kiddledivy

26 June        Fun with Folk                      Black Dog Band

10 July          Music and Singing             Chiltern Music Therapy – Eleanor

24 July          Music for health                 Julia Hollander

07 August     Music for Health                 Dorothy Howlett

21 August     Music and Fun                    Julia Hollander

04 Sept         Music and singing              Chiltern Music Therapy – Eleanor

 

For further information please contact us 01844 353733

Michele 01844 353154/07779732097

 

info@holisticmassageuk.co.uk   to find out more, we would love to hear from you.

Jul
15
Sat
Celebrating 60 years since BR Passenger Closure at Chinnor & Princes Risborough Railway @ Chinnor & Princes Risborough Railway Station Approach, Chinnor, Oxfordshire, OX39 4ER.
Jul 15 @ 9:30 am – 5:30 pm
Celebrating 60 years since BR Passenger Closure at Chinnor & Princes Risborough Railway @ Chinnor & Princes Risborough Railway  Station Approach,  Chinnor,  Oxfordshire,  OX39 4ER. | Nanchang Shi | Jiangxi Sheng | China

On 29 June 1957 the last BR passenger trains ran between Princes Risborough & Chinnor (and Watlington).

To commemorate 60 years since BR passenger closure we are delighted to say that thanks to our fantastic friends at Didcot Railway Centre, the historic Edwardian period Steam Railmotor No. 93 and Trailer will be working our services.

The Steam Railmotor and Trailer trains will depart Chinnor at 10.00, 11.25, 12.30, 13.50, 14.55 and 16.00. Because the Steam Railmotor and Trailer car has limited capacity the number of tickets issued will be strictly regulated and sold in advance, see website for full details.

There is a large free car park, cafe and souvenir shop available at Chinnor station.  For more information about the railway and other activities please see our website. We very much look forward to seeing you on our 60 Years since BR Passenger Closure and thank you for your support.

Jul
16
Sun
Celebrating 60 years since BR Passenger Closure at Chinnor & Princes Risborough Railway @ Chinnor & Princes Risborough Railway Station Approach, Chinnor, Oxfordshire, OX39 4ER.
Jul 16 @ 9:30 am – 5:30 pm
Celebrating 60 years since BR Passenger Closure at Chinnor & Princes Risborough Railway @ Chinnor & Princes Risborough Railway  Station Approach,  Chinnor,  Oxfordshire,  OX39 4ER. | Nanchang Shi | Jiangxi Sheng | China

On 29 June 1957 the last BR passenger trains ran between Princes Risborough & Chinnor (and Watlington).

To commemorate 60 years since BR passenger closure we are delighted to say that thanks to our fantastic friends at Didcot Railway Centre, the historic Edwardian period Steam Railmotor No. 93 and Trailer will be working our services.

The Steam Railmotor and Trailer trains will depart Chinnor at 10.00, 11.25, 12.30, 13.50, 14.55 and 16.00. Because the Steam Railmotor and Trailer car has limited capacity the number of tickets issued will be strictly regulated and sold in advance, see website for full details.

There is a large free car park, cafe and souvenir shop available at Chinnor station.  For more information about the railway and other activities please see our website. We very much look forward to seeing you on our 60 Years since BR Passenger Closure and thank you for your support.

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