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Thame’s Best Takeaway

Week one - Sun Chinese Takeaway

Will week one get you hungry for a takeaway? Let's hope so! Read the review here.

famous house chinese

Week two - Famous House

How will this compare to week one? Read the review here.

harvest moon

Week three - Harvest Moon

Harvest Moon is number three of four. Read the review here.

Ming\'s Chinese Takeaway

Week four - Ming's Chinese Takeaway

The last of our Chinese reviews. Read the review here.

smarts

Week five - Smarts Fish & Chips

So, we are finished with Chinese and on to category number two - chip shops! Read the review here.

chippy

Week six - The Chippy

Everyone loves a 'Chippy tea'. Read the review here.

Week seven - Atalay's Kebab Van

Britain's best kebab - so surely the best in Thame? Read the review here.

patrons kebab

Week eight - Patrons Pizza

Can Patrons really compete with The Atalay's in this category? Read the review here.

Week nine - Dominos Pizza

Pizza round one, can this national chain deliver? Read the review here.

Patrons Pizza Delivery

Week ten - Patrons Pizza

Patrons get another appearance in our reviews, but up against Dominos do they stand a chance? Read the review here.

star and garter

Week eleven - The Star and Garter

Our last category begins, Indian food! Read the review here.

Week twelve - The House of Spice

Week two of the Indian section, the competition heats up! Read the review here.

Week thirteen - Dewani Shahs

Our final review of the Thame's Best Takeaway series. Read the review here.

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Upcoming Events

Jan
24
Fri
8:00 pm Burns Night Quiz @ John Hampden Primary School
Burns Night Quiz @ John Hampden Primary School
Jan 24 @ 8:00 pm – 11:00 pm
Burns Night Quiz @ John Hampden Primary School
Join us for our first fundraising event of 2020 – our fabulous Burns Night Quiz! It’s being held on Friday 24th January 2020 at 8.15pm in the Jackson Hall, featuring Mr Haigh as your quizmaster (sadly Mr Hankey can no longer make it). We will be running a card and cash bar at the event for all drinks, but please bring your own snacks. We will also have our usual Heads & Tails round, so don’t forget to bring a couple of extra pounds. Tickets cost £4 per person, max 8 people per table
Jan
25
Sat
8:30 am Tetsworth Jumble Sale @ Tetsworth Village Hall
Tetsworth Jumble Sale @ Tetsworth Village Hall
Jan 25 @ 8:30 am – 12:30 pm
Tetsworth Jumble Sale @ Tetsworth Village Hall
Tetsworth Village Hall are holding a Jumble sale on Saturday 25th January 2pm, Jumble donations can be left at the hall 8.30 – 12.30 on the day. Their will be home baked refreshments & a raffle. For more information http://tetsworthmemorialhall.co.uk/  or contact secretary@tetsworthmemorialhall.co.uk   Judy 01844 281388 or 07851926069. The event is being held at Tetsworth Village Hall, High Street Tetsworth, Thame, OX9 7AB. Tetsworth Village Hall is a registered charity & we are at present raising money for our new kitchen.
3:00 pm Thame United v Welwyn Garden City @ ASM Stadium
Thame United v Welwyn Garden City @ ASM Stadium
Jan 25 @ 3:00 pm
Thame United v Welwyn Garden City @ ASM Stadium
£8 Adults £5 Concessionbs £1 Children
Jan
26
Sun
2:00 pm Thame Children’s Cinema @ The Players Theatre
Thame Children’s Cinema @ The Players Theatre
Jan 26 @ 2:00 pm
Thame Children's Cinema @ The Players Theatre
The next film being shown at The Players Theatre is the amazing Lion King! This will be shown on Sunday 26 January at 2.30pm and tickets are just £5.00 each available from the Red Kite Family Centre’s website www.redkitefamilycentre.org/events. To make sure you don’t miss out on future cinema showings please email info@redkitefamilycentre.org and ask to be added to Thame Children’s Cinema mailing list.
Jan
27
Mon
all-day Holocaust Memorial Day event -St... @ Christchurch, Thame
Holocaust Memorial Day event -St... @ Christchurch, Thame
Jan 27 all-day
Holocaust Memorial Day event -Standing Together @ Christchurch, Thame
Holocaust Memorial Day on Monday 27 January is being marked at Christchurch, Thame.   On this day of the 75th anniversary of the liberation of  Auschwitz a quiet space is offered to people of all faiths for personal reflection on the inhumanity of the Holocaust and other recent genocides in the light of the identity based hostility and hatred that feed into the divisions of our times. Leaflets and a display will be available to aid reflection.  People are invited drop in for as long as they wish at any time between 10am to 12noon and 5pm to 7pm.

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