A Town Loyalty scheme for local people and businesses, to help
Thame retain local business, maintain the attractiveness
of its shopping areas and to integrate existing efforts to
promote the town.
The scheme is based on experience from other towns with added
ideas of our own to make it work for us and is a business and
community partnership initiative.
The Thame Loyalty project includes a loyalty card scheme,
supported currently by almost 30 local shops & businesses. It
includes this web page to provide information, leaflets and various
promotions to keep you informed.
How can I benefit?
The main aim of the scheme is to make local residents and visitors
aware of the wealth of quality, convenience and choice that is on
their doorstep locally, and to help keep a vibrant economy in
Thame, for the benefit of all. The various loyalty offers
from the many different shops, businesses and services will mean
that you will soon get back the small initial cost and we will be
able to keep in touch with you through regular email bulletins as
well as leaflets or news articles.
How do I join?
Fill in the membership form which you can download here or fill out a form
available from any of our participating shops or services listed on
this page **. Any of these locations will provide you with your
card, in exchange for a completed application form and payment of
£1 to cover some of our expenses.
**Which shops are part of the
The shops listed via the above link are the latest ones and will
be kept up to date. Click on any of them to see their pages, with
details of what they provide and Thame Loyalty offers.
The participating shops and businesses that were part of the
scheme when the leaflet was printed are also shown on the leaflet
which has a map and tear off application form, or print an
application yourself via the link above.
Credits Many different people have helped with this initiative. Photos
by Frank Millar & Thame.net. Leaflet & Map by Red
A Town Loyalty scheme for local people and businesses, to help Thame retain local business, the
attractiveness of its shopping areas and to integrate existing efforts to promote the town.
Based on experience from other towns and adding our own ideas to make it work for us. A business and community partnership idea.