A bustling picturesque market town situated approximately 46 miles from London and 18 miles from the historical City of Oxford. Founded in the Anglo Saxon era and with the river Thame running through. Thame is steeped in history and offers many different qualities of life to both residents and visitors.
The pretty high street with its unique array of mainly Georgian and Victorian houses has an abundance character and offers a wide range of independent stores, a variety of public houses, coffee shops/cafes and restaurants plus excellent amenities and clubs including the nearby Oxfordshire Golf Club and Chinnor Rugby Club and Thame Leisure Centre. A thriving street market is held every Tuesday as well as a farmers market on the second Tuesday of each month.
There are excellent pre-school facilities and three highly regarded primary schools feeding to the widely renowned Lord Williams’s which has recently received an impressive Ofsted report.
Haddenham and Thame Parkway Station gives access to London Marylebone in less than 40 minutes (fast train) and also easy links to Birmingham. Whilst by car the M40 (J6) can be easily reached within a few miles. A regular bus service runs every 20 minutes between Aylesbury and Oxford.