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The Thatch

Week one - The Thatch

Could this pub serve the ultimate breakfast? Find out here.

Little Chef

Week two - Little Chef

How would this national chain compare in Thame? Find out here.

Treacles tea room

Week three - Treacles Tea Room

A credit to our high street, but what about their breakfast? Find out here.

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Week four - The Coffee House

Thame's long-serving coffee shop, does their breakfast do Thame proud? Find out here.

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Week five - The Snooker Club

Could The Snooker Club be the perfect host of breakfast club? Find out here.

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Week six - Cornfield Bakery

Breakfast in the bakery, how was it? Find out here.

Week seven - The Black Horse

Where half of Thame end up on a Friday night, but should you start your Saturday morning here? Find out here.

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Week eight - The Spread Eagle

A lovely hotel, but how lovely are their eggs in the morning? Find out here.

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Upcoming Events

Jun
30
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9:00 am Three Day Crew Clothing Store Op... @ 2 Cornmarket, Thame
Three Day Crew Clothing Store Op... @ 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…

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Jul
1
Sat
all-day Open Doors Thame: Thame Business... @ Thame High Street Car Park
Open Doors Thame: Thame Business... @ 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,…

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11:00 am Haddenham Summerfest 2017 @ Haddenham Community Junior School, HP17 8DS
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…

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