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Thame World Village Market

Event Date(s)

13/04/2018 - 15/04/2018 - 3 day(s)

Information For Trader/Participants

We are pleased to be returning to the Oxfordshire town of Thame from Friday 13th to Sunday 15th April 2018, following a successful launch in 2017.

The town has a strong tradition of events and we are looking for world cooking, homemade, healthy and traceable foods, as well as ethical traded, handmade, eco-friendly arts, crafts, clothing, jewellery, accessories and original ideas.

The World Village Market will be located on the popular event area adjacent to North Street and Upper High Street.

Information For Visitors

The World Village Market will be located on the popular event area adjacent to North Street and Upper High Street.

For a list of stalls that are booked onto this event, please see our Event Visitors tab

Interesting Facts About The Venue

The beautiful town of Thame is located 9 miles east of Oxford not far from the M40.

In recent years, Thame has become better known as Causton in the hit TV detective series, Midsomer Murders. Many of the filming locations can be seen in the town and surrounding villages.

Thame also boasts a proud link with brewing. The Boddington family were mill owners in the town and John and Henry Boddington moved to Manchester in the 1830s and worked at the Strangeways Brewery which now bears their name.

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