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Police warn of dangers at Chinnor Quarry

Please see the below from Thames Valley Police: Thame Neighbourhood Police have had another busy…
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New gates installed

Last week saw the installation of a new access gate and kissing gate at the…
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Reminder: Play areas still closed

This is a reminder that all the town's play areas (including the stake park) continue to be…
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Thame Lockdown Treasure Hunt – No 5

Congratulations to Melanie Schleising who won treasure hunt No 4 this week and chose a voucher…
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Bold plans for transport as Oxfordshire prepares for the ‘new normal’

Bold transport proposals are in the pipeline for Oxfordshire as the county joins the nation…
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Tuesday market update

In accordance with government guidelines, outdoor markets will be allowed to fully open as from…
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Planning applications for The Elms and Goodsons Industrial Mews to be considered by Thame Town Council next week

Thame Town Council will be considering two important planning applications at a virtual council meeting…
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Support Cycle for Dementia Challenge

The Alzheimer’s Society is running a Cycle for Dementia campaign, challenging participants to cycle 100…
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Manager and players wanted at Thame Boys U15S

Thame Boys U15s are looking for new players and a new manager to join the…
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Thame United U18s confirmed for 2020/21

Thame Football are pleased to announce the Young Kites will return when the 2020/21 Season…
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Town Hall Clock – 50 minutes ahead of everyone else!

Some of you may have noticed that the Town Hall clock is not telling us the…
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Bank Holiday waste collections

Your grey bin and food waste will be collected on Tuesday next week. Please make…
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Thame Art Crawl 2020 – open for applications

Although there is still uncertainty about whether or not Thame Art Crawl is able to…
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Unity Health Coronavirus update

Over the past 8 weeks, Unity Health has been working extremely hard to respond to…
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Citizens Advice needs volunteers

We can all face problems that are too stressful or complicated to sort out alone.Last…
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Skate park closure update

Thame Town Council has received a number of enquiries regarding the closure of the skate…
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DAF Site Update

Thame has lost employment floor space capable of hosting hundreds of jobs over recent years,…
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Calling local restaurants and keen foodies – get involved in Lymphoma Action’s virtual cooking challenge!

Lymphoma Action are calling on local restaurants and keen foodies to support their online fundraising…
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SODC: New government business grants not enough

The latest government business grants scheme will not provide anywhere near enough cash to support…
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Daz Oliver appointed Chinnor Strength and Conditioning Coach

CHINNOR RFC Thame are pleased to announce the appointment of Daz Oliver as Strength &…
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Time to get creative and be in with the chance to take home a share of a £100 prize fund!

Thame Youth Projects are running a competition. This is your chance to get creative and…
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Appeal For Witnesses Following Multiple Burglaries In Thame

The first incident occurred between 8.15am and 1.30pm on Thursday (14/5) at a property in…
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New full size 3G pitch approved for Thame

Thame Football Chairman Richard Carr has had confirmation that ALL funding and planning is rubber…
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Thame Lockdown Treasure Hunt – No 3

Congratulations to Gemma Blake who won treasure hunt No 2 this week and chose a…
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Coronavirus update from the Rycote Practice

Although The Rycote Practice has been very busy with plans to help patients with possible…
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Tuesday Market update

As garden centres begin to reopen, from next week the stalls will include plants and flowers in addition…
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VE Day celebrated in Thame

Last Friday marked the 75th anniversary of VE Day. To honour the occasion Cllr Ann…
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Matty Mountford appointed Chinnor Team Manager

CHINNOR RFC Thame are pleased to confirm that Matty Mountford has been appointed as Team…
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Thame Tennis Club to open from today

Please see the below from Thame Tennis Club Chairman Daniel Morris: As a result of…
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Limited reopening of Oxfordshire’s Household Waste Recycling Centres announced

Residents in Oxfordshire are being asked not to make a dash to the county’s Household…
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Bertie Hopkin names Chinnor Club Captain

CHINNOR RFC Thame are delighted to announce that Bertie Hopkin has been appointed as Club…
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Thame volunteers thanked

A big shout out for all of you who have been so amazing in helping…
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May Run Challenge – virtual 5K and 10K

It's been great to see so many runners out each day during the lockdown, but…
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Social distancing signs painted in Thame

South Oxfordshire District Council have just placed these signs on the footpaths at the entrances to…
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Thame Foodbank update

With the national Covid-19 emergency restrictions in place, April has been an exceptional month for…
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VE Day celebrations – Friday 8 May

The Town Council's maintenance team have been busy planting out the beds in the memorial…
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New memorial bench installed

A new memorial bench, donated by Thame Remembers, has now been installed (ahead of VE…
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Four important messages ahead of this Bank Holiday weekend

Four important messages ahead of this Bank Holiday weekend from South Oxfordshire District Council: Help…
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Richard Thorpe appointed Chinnor Director of Rugby

THE Board of Chinnor RFC Thame are delighted to announce the appointment of Richard Thorpe…
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SODC announce that they’re collecting small electrical items for recycling again

South Oxfordshire District Council have announced that they will be collecting small electrical items, textiles…
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Warrant executed in Thame as part of large scale money laundering investigation

Today (5/5), officers from the Thames Valley Police Criminal Finance Team, have executed a search…
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Free system on offer from Thame-based company Adactus

Adactus are building SmartQ, a “take a ticket” app to help businesses manage queues, observing…
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Appeal for witnesses following burglary in Thame

Thames Valley Police is appealing for witnesses following an incident of burglary which occurred in…
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Community Radio Unites in Rally Cry

Community radio stations across the country have united on social media and in song to…
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Oxfordshire councils update Government on financial impacts of coronavirus

The leaders of all six Oxfordshire councils have written a joint letter to Government and…
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VE75 Day celebrations at home

As Thame is unable to go ahead with the planned celebrations for this special occasion…
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Lord Williams’s School Design Tech department have been printing 3D PPE

Once the school closed there was a lot of concern being raised both by parents…
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The Talking Team are here to help

This brand new initiative is available for those who are struggling to cope in these…
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Thame’s Lockdown Treasure Hunts

Starting today you can take part in a weekly ‘treasure hunt’ in Thame and be…
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Mayor addresses Thame residents

On 28 April, the Town Mayor, Cllr Ann Midwinter, issued a second video message for…
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Oxfordshire businesses urged to submit grant requests

Businesses across Oxfordshire that are yet to submit their details for grant support in response…
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Our Monday morning Café provides 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 met 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. PROGRAMME OF EVENTS 2020 6 Jan Rock in the New Year – Steve Ashall 20 Jan…

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