The Rycote Practice

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The Rycote Practice Parking

Buckinghamshire Healthcare Trust has reintroduced parking charges on the Thame Health Centre site. If you are staying less than an hour or are displaying a valid blue badge you do not need to purchase a ticket and will not be charged. Please ensure that you park in a marked patient space (not in a staff space) and do not park at the edge of the access road or you may receive a penalty fine.

If you intend to park for longer than an hour you will need to enter your registration number at the machine and purchase a ticket – card payments only. Tariffs are £3:50 for 1-2 hours, £5 for 2-3 hours and £6.50 for up to 4 hours. Please note that the time starts from the point you drive into the car park and pass the automatic number plate recognition camera. Any questions should be directed to [email protected]

 

Thame Community Car

The Thame Community Car has been specially adapted to carry passengers unable to travel by public transport or who have difficulty in keeping hospital, doctors’ and other medical appointments. The car can accommodate one wheelchair passenger and has access for up to three other people. A donation will be suggested for the mileage used on each journey. The car & volunteer will wait & bring you back. Please contact Thame Community Car for friendly advice on how they can help you. The car is not available on Tuesdays. New volunteer drivers are always welcome.

Phone: 07470 506056

Email: [email protected]

Public Transport

121 commenced on Tuesday 19 April 2022, replacing parts of services 120 and 280.

Please note this service is on a 6 month trial so it is important the service is used or it may be discontinued.

There will be a half-hourly service between Wenman Park (Warren Mead) and the town centre, and an hourly service via Towersey Drive and Cromwell Avenue which covers a longer spell of the day and will operate on Saturdays. One bus per hour continues to the Lord Williams’ Upper School and Leisure Centre on Oxford Road, but there will be no evening or Sunday service.

The service will be operated by Redline Buses under contract to Oxfordshire County Council. Connections and through tickets will be available onto Service X20 to/from Oxford.

Arriva will be providing a schooldays only link between Wenman Park (Warren Mead) and Aylesbury on their service 280.

For a full timetable please visit see below or click here

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