Thame Remembers

Latest Updates

  1. Group visit Poppy Factory

    Last week a small group from Thame Remembers visited the Poppy Factory in Richmond, where many of the poppies and wreaths for Remembrance Day are manufactured for the British Legion. The visit included a presentation explaining the story of how the poppy became significant as a token of remembrance.

  2. New roll of honour page

    Further development work from Pentangle and Steve Perry has resulted in a combination of two website pages: roll of honour and delivery reports. We now offer a fully interactive filter which allows browsers to select soldiers by delivery status (all, open, allocated or delivered).  This has also created a webpage for each solider with all the […]

  3. Issue 17 now out!

    We are thrilled to present the latest Thame Remembers newsletter. This edition focuses on our new website developments, including the Thame Remembers Google Map functionality. This work has resulted in finding a new Thame soldier raising our target to 214 casualties. Enjoy the read and please share with others.

  4. New Google Map feature

    After months of hard work in the background by Steve Perry and Pentangle (Thame based IT consultancy), we are thrilled to have added new functionality to the website. You can now use a Google powered interactive map to find, locate and read about our fallen soliders. See here for details: View Map