Read a BBC.co.uk article asking whether planting millions of trees will help
It was with regret that the Thame Carnival team for 2020 took the decision to cancel the Thame Carnival 2020 due to the Covid-19 Pandemic.
Thame community gathers all around Thame and litter picks everywhere.
Your chance to have your photo feature in the Thame Green Living Plan
Our project was hoping to plant 500 trees around Thame in 2020 but we exceeded that by February!
February 2020 Volunteer Fair at Racquets Fitness Centre was an amazing success with 19 organisations and events getting plenty of interest.
Our project is hoping to pledge to plant 500 trees around Thame in 2020.
Play your part in the Big Climate Fightback, by pledging to plant a tree in 2020
The Co-op car park often has space - it's just not visible as you drive through town.
Sharing a lift on a regular basis can cut carbon emissions drastically.
Thame is one of the most frequently used filming locations for the popular ITV series, Midsomer Murders. The town regularly features, either as Causton, or as any one of the many […]
Thame Carnival 2019 was a brilliant event. With the most stalls this year than ever the Zorbs proved extremely popular. This carnival raised £200 for each of the primary schools […]
Around Thame you will have noticed our cows. The kids love to search Thame looking for all of them and have their photo taken alongside them. They were originally purchased […]
Every year 21st Century Thame organises Thame Carnival. By Christmas of the previous year we will have booked the Southern Road Recreation Ground for the fete. If you want to […]
Within the equipment bank there are marquees, gazebos, festoon lighting, chairs, tables and much more.
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21st Century Thame is a partnership between local volunteers and town and district councils, coming together to help ensure Thame stays vibrant and viable as a market town. We come […]
What an amazing Carnival in 2018. The theme was the Countryside. We raised £725 for each of the primary schools in Thame – John Hampden, Barley Hill and St Joseph’s.