Trees fit for a Queen

Celebrate the planting of around 16 trees on 23 November 2022 on a little-used area of the Queen Elizabeth Circle Recreation Area opposite the skatepark in Thame and 35 yards of double hedging in front of the rear of the adjacent garage block.

Verge restoration begins at Howland Road

Volunteers at Howland road

Work began this week on an exciting new joint project to restore road verges along Thame’s Howland Road. The project aims to rebuild verge habitats that can support local wildlife, and to capture carbon from vehicle exhausts as motorists travel the outer ring road of Thame. The project is a collaboration between Thame Green Living, … Read more

Introducing the Thame Inner Circuit

Recently we introduced you to the Thame Outer Circuit; today meet its little brother – the Thame Inner Circuit. This walk is a 4 mile walking route making use of existing paths, pavements, tracks and trails within Thame and is perfect for a dog walk, getting your step count up, meeting a friend for a … Read more

The new Thame Outer Circuit walking route

The Thame Outer Circuit is a new walking route that is now available for you to enjoy, providing an approximately 20 mile circular walk in the countryside around – and linked back to – our town. The route has been created thanks to the hard work and dedication of members of the Thame & Wheatley Ramblers to … Read more