Thame Remembers

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Is that it?

So, it’s all over and we can file everything away, archive the pictures and the memories and pat ourselves on the back for a job well done – or can we? Certainly, having achieved our objective and beyond, the pressure is now off but the interest in learning and experiencing yet more will remain. We hope that […]

Issue 41 now out!

We are thrilled to deliver the latest action packed Thame Remembers newsletter. This edition summaries the final stages and events of the epic 4 year community project including details about the legacy book, our final celebration, new names for the war memorial, our Ten Tommies from Thame play and The Poppy Project.

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 […]

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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