Thame is a bustling market town nestled within Oxfordshire, South East England. It’s situated 13 miles from the county town of Oxford and 10 miles from the Buckinghamshire county town of Aylesbury.

The name derives from the River Thame, which flows through the north side of the settlement. Having an Afternoon Tea in Thame is an excellent choice, which, hopefully, you’re about to find out!

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This town dates back to the Anglo-Saxon era when it made up part of the Kingdom of Wessex. Its development took place over several hundred years.

By the time of the English Civil War, both Royalists and Parliamentarians occupied Thame at some stage during the conflict. It was here, in fact, that the renowned Colonel John Hampton died of wounds following the Battle of Chalgrove Field.

The arrival of the railway in 1862 brought about further expansion to Thame. Despite the station since closing, the highstreet boasts a wide variety of shops, pubs, restaurants and Afternoon Tea Thame establishments. Today, having a fun day out in this lovely area is but guaranteed.