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Upcoming Road Closures

Please note the following road closures in Thame.

Various – Thame Carnival (15 June)
To allow the annual carnival parade to take place, a rolling road closure will be in place from 11:50am to 1pm on the roads below. The carnival organisers have asked that any vehicles are moved away from the route in good time before the parade and please be patient and respectful towards the volunteer marshals who will be protecting all the parade participants and spectators by upholding the road closure.

  • Station Yard (parade starting point for vehicles)
  • Thame Park Road from its junction with Jane Morbey Road
  • Park Street
  • East Street
  • Upper High Street
  • Cornmarket
  • High Street from its junction with Southern Road
  • Moreton Lane into Southern Road to the High Street

Thame Park Road (17 & 18 June)
A temporary road closure between 7am and 5pm on the dates above for resurfacing works by M V Kelly Ltd.

Thame Eastern Bypass and Oxford Road – Thame 10k Race (30 June)
The Thame Eastern Bypass will be closed from 9:30am to 10:30am between the Kingsey Road roundabout and Chinnor Road.
Oxford Road will be closed from 9:25am to 9:45am between the High Street and A418 roundabout.

Various – Thame Town Music Festival (13 July)
Between 9:30am and midnight on Saturday 13 July vehicles will have restricted access to the High Street, Buttermarket and Cornmarket. Vehicles will not be allowed to park in the road or on the pavements of these roads. Anyone parking will run the risk of causing an offence by obstruction and cars will be removed. Access will only be permitted to residents and businesses with private parking.

Croft Road (23 – 26 July)
A temporary road closure on the dates above for resurfacing works. Work will be carried out between 8am and 5pm, and the anticipated completion date is 26 July.

Various – Summer Street Market (26 – 28 July)
Road closure on Buttermarket and the cobbled area around the Town Hall from 7am on Friday 26 July to 7:30pm on Sunday 28 July. Details of this new town event will follow soon.

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Aug
23
Fri
9:30 am Lee Caulfield Pilates Workouts @ Pine Lodge, Little Milton, OX44 7PZ
Lee Caulfield Pilates Workouts @ Pine Lodge, Little Milton, OX44 7PZ
Aug 23 @ 9:30 am – 10:30 am
Lee Caulfield Pilates Workouts @ Pine Lodge, Little Milton, OX44 7PZ
Lee has spent over 25 years in the sports and fitness industry. Working with a range of different age groups from young groups to the over 50’s, both in groups or 1-2-1 classes. Lee has worked in gyms, fitness centres both for the county council and privately owned. She has also worked with a large franchise group in the past, dealing with people’s fitness and nutrition. Helping people to achieve weight loss, toning, fitness and personal development. Having worked across a number of different exercise disciplines in the past, over the last 10 years her focus has moved to Pilates in order to develop core strength, toning for her clients.   Classes are mat based and tailored to individual needs. Each class has different ability…

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Aug
25
Sun
11:00 am Thame Skate Jam @ Thame Skate Park
Thame Skate Jam @ Thame Skate Park
Aug 25 @ 11:00 am – 5:00 pm
Thame Skate Jam @ Thame Skate Park
Thame Skatepark will be hosting a Skate Jam on Sunday 25th August between 11am and 5pm. Head down to enjoy a live DJ, food van, giveaways and competitions throughout the day – including best trick and best line! Skate, bmx, blade, scooter or spectate – everyone is welcome. Stay up to date via the Thame Skatepark Group on Facebook here
12:00 pm Towersey Fringe 2019 @ Towersey Playing Fields
Towersey Fringe 2019 @ Towersey Playing Fields
Aug 25 @ 12:00 pm – 11:59 am
Towersey Fringe 2019 @ Towersey Playing Fields
Beers, Bands & Comedy   Comedians: Mark Simmonds Andrew Lawrence Alice Brine Scott Capurro Otiz Canneloni Robert White Bands: Get Loose Kiera Gabrielle Paul E Dirty Bizzness Samara Chan Thank Frank The 2 Strokes
Aug
26
Mon
9:30 am Lee Caulfield Pilates Workouts @ Thame(Chinnor) Rugby Club, Kingsey Road, Thame, OX9 3JL
Lee Caulfield Pilates Workouts @ Thame(Chinnor) Rugby Club, Kingsey Road, Thame, OX9 3JL
Aug 26 @ 9:30 am – 10:30 am
Lee Caulfield Pilates Workouts @ Thame(Chinnor) Rugby Club, Kingsey Road, Thame, OX9 3JL
Lee has spent over 25 years in the sports and fitness industry. Working with a range of different age groups from young groups to the over 50’s, both in groups or 1-2-1 classes. Lee has worked in gyms, fitness centres both for the county council and privately owned. She has also worked with a large franchise group in the past, dealing with people’s fitness and nutrition. Helping people to achieve weight loss, toning, fitness and personal development. Having worked across a number of different exercise disciplines in the past, over the last 10 years her focus has moved to Pilates in order to develop core strength, toning for her clients. Classes are mat based and tailored to individual needs. Each class has different ability levels…

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11:00 am Lee Caulfield Paracise Class @ The New Thame Cricket Club
Lee Caulfield Paracise Class @ The New Thame Cricket Club
Aug 26 @ 11:00 am – 11:45 am
Lee Caulfield Paracise Class @ The New Thame Cricket Club
A New No Floor Exercise Class Lee has spent over 25 years in the sports and fitness industry. Working with a range of different age groups from young groups to the over 50’s, both in groups or 1-2-1 classes. Lee has worked in gyms, fitness centres both for the county council and privately owned. She has also worked with a large franchise group in the past, dealing with people’s fitness and nutrition. Helping people to achieve weight loss, toning, fitness and personal development. A brand new innovative exercise class designed to enhance and enrich your life. A gentle but effective workout that flows smoothly through movements designed to improve mobility, flexibility and balance. Paracise is proven to help combat a variety of different conditions. Paracise…

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