#Wombleevent - Friday 19th February 2021 between 9am and 12noon - join in !
New Thame Wombles litter picking Facebook group launched and exceeds all expectations.
The great thing about planting trees is that it has to be done outside. It is great exercise and it is great for the mind. The feeling that you’re actually […]
Planting trees through November 2020 in Thame, Moreton, Brill and Princes Risborough
#ThameTrees would like to thank Sylo Associates for their kind donation in March 2020 towards the #ThameTrees project. Although we have been able to secure some trees as grants from […]
The team of #ThameTrees would like to thank George Butler of Two Oaks Landscaping for helping the #ThameTrees project to ensure that the right trees are planted in the right places.
The team of #ThameTrees would like to thank Racquets Fitness Centre for hosting the Volunteer Fair in February 2020. #ThameTrees took over the club for the day. 1000 whips and […]
Hartwell Nurseries have been involved in #ThameTrees from the start. They arranged for over 1000 whips and feathers (sizes of trees) to be delivered at cost price on time for the Volunteer Fair in February 2020.
Today (9th November 2020) we paid £490 into the NHS Charities Together VirginMoneyGiving.com charity donations page (of which £468.89 actually gets to the charities).
This morning 420 trees along with stakes and guards arrived at Racquets Fitness Centre from the Woodland Trust. These, along with some that have been nurtured over the summer, will […]
The #ThameTrees team would like to thank Lucy Electric for their amazing sponsorship of the #ThameTrees project. The donation of £2500 has meant that as we identify land that can […]
We would like to thank Rodney Lovell from Landmark Garden Design and Construction for his generous donation of £250 towards the #ThameTrees project. The #ThameTrees project was started with one […]
Thanks to Waitrose for supporting #ThameTrees to the tune of £333 through their Community Matters Green Tokens scheme
Our allotments now have a reinforced border where we have planted the trees in sparse hedge areas. Given the rain we have had they have done well including a lovely cobnut near my allotment.