Thame Remembers

Latest Updates

  1. John Howell congratulates project in PMQs

    Our local MP, John Howell, sought endorsement from the Prime Minster at PMQ on 17 October. He praised the 300+ people who had travelled 150,000 miles to place a Thame Cross on the burial place of one of the 212 people from Thame killed in conflicts. The MP asked the Prime Minister to join him […]

  2. Book launch imminent

    We are thrilled to have received our legacy book back from the printers this week, ahead of the launch at Thame Arts and Literary Festival on Sunday 21st October, 5pm at the Barns Centre. Join David Bretherton and Mike Dyer in conversation with Dr Ann Barrington to find out about those who located the graves, those who took the crosses to them […]

  3. Memorial cleaning

    We are thrilled to say the Thame Memorial has been cleaned and stands very proud across the town. The cleaning has taken place ahead of the Remembrance Sunday service. Huge thanks to all involved in making it happen.

  4. BBC Radio Oxford to broadcast from Thame

    We are pleased to announce that BBC Radio Oxford will be broadcasting live from Thame next Tuesday, 23rd October from 1300 – 1600 as part of the station’s Armistice Day commemorations. Presenter Lilley Mitchell has chosen Thame as the subject of her Armistice Day show and will be recalling the four-year mission of the Thame […]

  5. Issue 39 out now!

    We are thrilled to deliver the latest action packed Thame Remembers newsletter. This edition brings news from Nysa in Poland after they discovered details of Albert George Thomlinson, coverage of our project in Family Tree magazine and further details on our final few days of the project leading up to Remembrance Sunday.