Wednesday, March 2, 2011

EMAS FIELD TRIP TO THAME AND WALLINGFORD

This year's town visit will be shared between Thame in Oxfordshire and Wallingford in Berkshire.

We will begin the day in Thame with a short walking tour of the central area of this thriving medieval town. The fascination of Thame is the existence there of several styles of architecture, dating from medieval to Victorian times with a most attractive use of grey and red bricks of the Georgian period.

You can find further details and an application form here...