Plaque, party and display in Thame for Robin Gibb

Robin Gibb
Robin Gibb

A plaque is to be unveiled in memory of Thame’s late resident Bee Gee Robin Gibb.

Organised by the Heritage Foundation, of which Robin was chairman, the event on September 30, has been run in conjunction with Thame Town Council, and the blue plague is to be unveiled by members of his family.

It is to be placed outside his home The Prebendal.

Following this, there will be a garden party at his Priestend home in his memory at around 2pm.

There will also be a display at Thame Museum, celebrating his life and influence in Thame.

Town councillor and former mayor, David Bretherton, said: “I think it’s absolutely brilliant.

“I think it’s incredibly important that the Town Council helps to support his fans and family in Thame.

“He really loved living in Thame.”