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April 25, 2019

Thame and District Twinning Association.
Do you have a spare bedroom and are you free the weekend of
10th - 12th May?
If so and you want to have a very enjoyable weekend, please read on.

Thame has been twinned with Montesson near Paris since 2001. We are an independent
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April 9, 2019

Diane Jackson, our local PCSO, has advised us that numerous vehicle have been broken into on Lea Park in the last week. Please ensure your vehicles are locked and items of value removed. 

February 15, 2019

Did you know…

  • All of the roads in Lea Park are named after the English Civil War in the 17th Century

  • The English Civil War began in 1642 during the reign of King Charles I.

  • The war involved conflicts between two groups: the Royalists or Cavaliers who suppo...

December 20, 2018

A speed survey in May 2016 funded by Thame Council measured vehicle speeds on Lea Park and found many exceeding the 30mph limit. Since then we have been talking to our local councils to secure funding in order to introduce a 20mph limit. However little progress has bee...

November 30, 2018

The Club was formed in 1963 at the Bird in Hand Pub in Chinnor on Trafalgar Night, October 21st. This is the reason for the club’s logo being a Bird in Hand.

The rationale for its formation was that whilst Rugby was played in the schools there was no club to play at loc...

July 26, 2018

                                        Five facts about ‘The Moat’

  1. The Moat...

November 24, 2017

Lea Park Residents' Association (LPRA) is a not-for-profit organisation open to all residents of Lea Park, Thame.  We wish to give greater opportunities for residents to feel part of the community and have the necessary tools to help each other as well as themselves.

In...

November 3, 2017

Please ensure your hedge is cut back to your boundary edge to avoid issues with pedestrians.

If your hedge is on a boundary to a footpath it needs to be cut back to your boundary otherwise Oxfordshire County Council will visit for inspection. 

Please follow appropriate g...

July 30, 2017

THE MOATS-RESTORATION – RESIDENTS' OPPORTUNITY TO GET INVOLVED

The Moats is one of several green spaces on Lea Park, situated on Cromwell Avenue near Barley Hill School. With mature trees and undulating grass, it is an attractive and popular recreation area.

However in r...

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