Thame Rotary"™s latest community project: Brian"™s Seat on Phoenix Trail

Wed 29th April 2015 at 19.30 - 20.30

Jeannette Matelot Green, Mayor of Thame, and Linda Emery, President of the Rotary Club of Thame, inaugurated "Brian"™s Seat", a new public bench on Phoenix Trail, near Windmill Road, for the benefit of the local community, on Wednesday, 29 April 2015

The idea belongs to Brian Matthews, one of Rotary Club of Thame’s members, who persuaded his fellow club members to bring his vision to life. He and his neighbours living around Windmill Road can now relax on the seat viewing Thame’s country side. 

Rotary Club of Thame is grateful to Haddenham Beer Festivals Trust who sponsored the cost to make the seat, The Forge in Thame who made it, Spruced Up who installed it on Phoenix trail. We are also grateful to our Rotarians Jim Stanbridge and Peter Hook who managed this project and of course to Brian Matthews for his idea.

Rotary Club of Thame is grateful to Haddenham Beer Festivals Trust who sponsored the cost to make the seat, The Forge in Thame who made it, Spruced Up who installed it on Phoenix trail. We are also grateful to our Rotarians Jim Stanbridge and Peter Hook who managed this project and of course to Brian Matthews for his idea.

We are looking forward to engage with the local community in identifying potential new projects for the benefit of Thame or the neighbouring villages. 

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