Thame Remembers

Latest Updates

  1. Remembering the Battle of Jutland, 100 years on…

    Poppies and forget-me-nots will be scattered today at sea in remembrance of more than 8,500 sailors who died in the First World War’s greatest naval clash. 100 years ago to the day, Thame lost Able Seaman Frederick George Beames Hake on the HMS Black Prince. HMS Black Prince, a Cruiser, became separated from the rest […]

  2. Are you planning a trip to any of these countries?

    With the holiday season upon us.. Thame Remembers needs your help to place crosses in memory of Thame’s war dead at the following locations: Egypt (Alamein, Cairo & Suez); Greece (Doiran Memorial; Italy (Naples War Cemetery); Pakistan (Karachi War Memorial); Tunisia (Medjez-el-Bab & Tabarka); Turkey (Gallipoli Memorial); Iraq; Libya; ….and a few places remain in […]

  3. Three deliveries in Rouen

    We are thrilled to learn of three more successful deliveries that took place this time last week. All three crosses were made in Rouen, France. Thame Remembered the following fallen soldiers: Lance Corporal Edward Benoni Burgess; Trooper Reginald George Farmbrough; and Corporal John Howlett DCM