Thame Remembers

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Final Spread Eagle celebration

On Sunday evening, after the national beacon lighting, over 120 guests made their way to the Spread Eagle to celebrate their involvement in the 4 year long project. Mike Dyer and David Bretherton bought the project to a close, on an evening of reflection, First World War entertainment from Thame Players and recollections of memorable […]

Thame Remembered

On 11 November, 1918, fighting in World War I came to an end following the signing of an armistice between the Allies and Germany that called for a ceasefire effective at 11 a.m.– it was on the 11th hour of the 11th day of the 11th month. On Sunday, the town came together to remember those who gave the […]

Ten Tommies From Thame

Well what can we say… what a triumph! Our two night production at the Thame Players Theatre sold out and we have received many compliments verbally, by email and on social media. It will now also be mentioned in dispatches (well, Town Council Minutes actually!).

Roll of Honour

We have used British Army records, the absent voters list and the Memorials found across Thame and it's Hinterland.

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Volunteer

The challenge to the town is to get behind the delivery project.  How people achieve this will be up to their own ingenuity and imagination. 

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