Thame is a vibrant charming old market town in the county of Oxfordshire, close to the Chiltern Hills and about 20 minutes from the historic city of Oxford.
Thame is steeped in local history and there are many historic sites within Thame, including the original Greyhound Inn interior wall where John Hampden died of his wounds that he received in the battle of Chalgrove Field.
The spectacular 13th century church of St Mary’s dominates the skyline. Thame is popular and renowned for its colourful market held by ancient Charter on Tuesdays including a farmers market every second Tuesday in the month. The traditional September fair and the two day charter fair in October date back to medieval times.
One of Thame’s national attractions is the Thame and Oxfordshire County show dating back over 130 years. Facilities within the area are excellent, the sporting facilities are renowned and not only is there an excellent leisure centre but the renowned Oxfordshire Golf Course has hosted a number of professional tournaments with the world’s best golfers.
Schooling in the area is excellent in both the public and private sectors.
Thame is ideally placed for the commuter with excellent road and rail connections to both London and Birmingham. All of the above make Thame and the surrounding villages an excellent place to live and help to explain why Thame area is a popular place to both live and work.
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