Thame Green Living: Low Carbon Hub’s Community Group of the month

We’re just a little bit proud: the Low Carbon Hub has made Thame Green Living its Community Group of the Month. Here’s what the Low Carbon Hub had to say: Thame Green Living are one of the Low Carbon Hub’s most recent groups but they have lost no time in carrying out impressive town-wide actions on … Read more

New bio-diverse habitat created on Greyhound Lane

Churchill Retirement Living has teamed up with Thame Green Living on plans to create a new ‘bio-diverse’ area of land opposite the Yeats Lodge development on Greyhound Lane. Prompted by support for the ‘natural world’ principles embraced in the Thame Green Living plan, Churchill Retirement Living will landscape and plant the area with a variety … Read more

A magical polar bear visits Thame

On Saturday 12th December, the 12th door of the Thame Advent Calendar was opened and those lucky enough to be in Thame High Street were treated to a visit of a magical polar bear. With a body handcrafted from 86 upcycled plastic milk containers by Thame resident, Kay Sentance, the polar bear brought a smile … Read more

Why local seasonal food is best – we talked to the fabulous Bucksum team

Brussel sprouts, parsnips, roast potatoes, red cabbage … it’s no coincidence that these are the foods we all expect to see on our plates for our traditional Christmas dinner. These are the foods that are in season in the UK at this time of year (and isn’t the brussel sprout plant spectacular!) Whether growing your … Read more

Beautiful, thrifty and planet-friendly – some alternative wrapping ideas

It’s the thought that counts more than anything, especially this year. But here in the Love Thame Hate Waste team, we have to admit we do love beautifully wrapped gifts, both giving and receiving. And if the beautiful wrapping does happen to use recycled materials, it doesn’t get better than that! Here are some ideas … Read more