Duke's tribute to Thame's lost heroes

About 300 people saw the Duke of Gloucester visit Thame for a ceremony to mark the unveiling of an additional 30 names on the town War Memorial. The additional names were uncovered after many year

Volunteers working to protect wetland site

A council is working with conservation volunteers to help protect a rare remnant of precious floodplain meadow.Rycote Meadow, bordered by the Cuttle Brook on its eastern side and by Oxford Road on

The 30 'lost names' now remembered

The Duke of Gloucester will be visiting Thame this month for a ceremony to mark the unveiling of an additional 30 names on the town's war memorial.The additional names were uncovered after many ye

New Thame Mayor Andy sets out his stall

Hello Thame,My name is Andy Gilbert – there’s more than one of us in Thame, so for clarity, I’m the older one, and it’s my great honour to represent Thame as its Mayor for 2024-25.I’

Facing a crisis before it actually happens...

A live training exercise has been staged to test how authorities respond to emergencies. The purpose of the day was to rehearse the arrangements of setting up and running an emergency rest centre.

Mayor shown the ropes

Thame Mayor Adrian Dite has gone from singing ABBA tunes during his successful charity night Mamma Mayor, to joining in with bellringing at St Mary's Church.Last year St Mary's Thame Bell Ringers

Pick of the prettiest picnic spots around

Six National Trust-protected wildflower meadows with great views where you can picnic for free in Bucks, Berks and OxfordshireMAY is national walking month and No Mow month

Charity lends ear to theatre's plight

A grant from Haddenham Beer Festivals Trust has added valuable new sound equipment for shows at the Players Theatre. It is all part of a project to improve the theatre's sound quality, which had b

Mamma Mayor raises money, money, money

Thame Mayor Adrian Dite has hosted the final fundraiser of his mayoral year, with a little help from some Swedish pop star lookalikes. Mamma Mayor was sold out and a great success. Fundraisers wer

Try, try and try again as Chinnor hit heights

Chinnor Rugby Club have hit the big time, after being crowned National One Champions.The team, who play in Thame, are now promoted to the Championship after beating fifth-placed Birmingham Moseley