What do you know about Thame’s Market House?

Thame Market House, next to the main roundabout in North Street, has been a staple feature in the town's history. Below is a photo of the building in years gone by and above is how the building looks today.
Thame Market House, next to the main roundabout in North Street, has been a staple feature in the town's history. Below is a photo of the building in years gone by and above is how the building looks today.

A TALK about one of Thame’s most historic buildings is being held.

Right in the centre of town, the Market House has played a prominent role in community life for many years.

Thame Market House'Now CAB and public toilets

Thame Market House'Now CAB and public toilets

Thame resident Sandra Davison has spent more than two years researching a book on the building called A History of Thame Market House and will impart her knowledge in a lecture on September 8 at 7.30pm at the museum.

Sandy is an enthusiastic volunteer and fundraiser at the Citizen’s Advice Bureau, based at the old Market House.

The book is on sale at Thame Museum and the proceeds from any sales go towards the running of the bureau.

Tickets cost £4/£3 for members, available from Thame Museum during opening hours, or telephone 01844 212801.

Thame Museum can be found on the High Street.