Thame Town Council Newsletter - with the video link of our very lovely film on BBC South Today. SCROLL DOWN TOWARDS THE BOTTOM UNTIL YOU SEE OUR PHOTO! IT'S JUST AFTER.
The festival is a CIC and it costs £80K to put on every year. All profits go back into the festival. If you know of anyone, or any local or national company that would like to sponsor this amazing event, then please do put them in touch with us. firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com
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58 minutes ago ·
Five go mad in London! Thame Food Festival on the road.
Today we went to the Countryside Alliance Awards as finalists in the Tourism Enterprise Category.
We didn't win BUT being in the last ten of Four and a half thousand entries can't be bad!
The House of Lords and the Countryside Alliance looked after us beautifully and then we went for Afternoon Tea at The Landmark!
Thank you to everyone that supported us. It was great to meet other amazing food businesses and food festival organisers - new friends and old. We had a lovely time and just made us more determined to make this year's festival - THE BEST EVER! ... See MoreSee Less
BBC South Today and Countryside Alliance Awards April 26, 2016 by thameadmin Please pop your tv on tonight to see a lovely film that was made by BBC South Today to cover our nomination in the finals of the Rural Oscars. They went out to film with one of our Thame Food Festival longstanding Artisan F…
3 days ago ·
On Wednesday we're off to the finals at The House of Lords of the Countryside Alliance Awards - Tourism category! Tomorrow night at 6.30pm on BBC1 - South Today - there is a nice film about us, one of our Stall Holders and our enormous supporter - Le Manoir. Really worth watching if you can! ... See MoreSee Less
4 days ago ·
Did a bit of filming yesterday for BBC South Today. With one of our longstanding Stallholders - Cotswold Gold Rapeseed Oil, a star judge of our Big Thame Bake and Cook Off - Mark Peregrine from Le Belmond Le Manoir aux Quat’Saisons & Raymond Blancs Cookery school.
It's on next Tuesday BBC 1 6.30pm in advance of our trip to the House of Lords as finalists in the Countryside Alliance Awards - in the Tourism category.