Lea Park Residents' Association

Caring for our Community


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What a great event our Quiz night 2023

It was  a great success the quiz night with so many of you that managed to turn up it was a great night.

There will be more pictures to come with the winners of the quiz for 2023. 

The Moat

What we are all about

The LPRA is a community-based organisation that aims to represent the interests and concerns of the residents of Lea Park. As a not-for-profit organisation, its primary goal is not to generate profit but rather to serve its members and the wider community.

The LPRA welcomes all residents of Lea Park to join and become members. By doing so, they can participate in the association’s activities and events, and have a say in the issues affecting their community.

Overall, the script highlights the LPRA’s mission to foster a sense of community and advocate for the interests of its members, and emphasizes its open and inclusive nature, welcoming all residents to get involved.

Our Aims

• Ensure that Lea Park remains a safe and pleasant place to live

• Identify problems which affect residents’ quality of life

• Find solutions to problems that arise

• Represent residents’ concerns to agencies that have authority over Lea Park

• Help residents get in touch with organisations which may assist in maintaining and  repairing the shared areas of Lea Park

• Campaign for changes and improvements

• Enable residents to help and support one another in delivering a better environment

About Thame

Thame is a charming market town located in the county of Oxfordshire in South East England. With its picturesque streets and historic architecture, Thame is a popular destination for visitors looking for a taste of traditional English charm. The town’s roots can be traced back to Saxon times, and its rich history is evident in its many historic buildings and landmarks.

Thame is home to a range of independent shops, restaurants, and cafes, making it a great place to explore and indulge in some retail therapy or delicious food. Visitors can also explore the town’s history at the Thame Museum, which tells the story of Thame and its people through a range of fascinating exhibits.

For those who love the great outdoors, Thame is surrounded by beautiful countryside, with plenty of opportunities for walking, cycling, and other outdoor activities. The town is also close to the stunning Chiltern Hills, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, which offers some of the most breathtaking views in the country.

Whether you’re a history buff, a foodie, or an outdoor enthusiast, Thame has something to offer. With its friendly community and idyllic setting, it’s the perfect destination for a relaxing and enjoyable visit.

Every Tuesday morning there is market day which is great to get those extra bargains from fresh fruit, fresh fish and many other items you can not live without.

Town hall in the centre of Thame
Tuesday market day in Thame

Sponsors for our Newsletter

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Here are our Newsletters.  

Autumn/Winter 2022 Newsletter

Spring/Summer 2023 Newsletter

Committee & AGM

Due to Covid-19 there was no 2020 AGM so committee members were proposed to members by email.  There were no objections so we are pleased to confirm our current Committee

Link to AGM 2022 minutes

Link to AGM 2023 minutes HERE

Link to EGM 2023 minutes HERE

Link to Constitution 2023 HERE

Link to EGM Agenda 2023 HERE 


LPRA objects to OCC recycling plant plans

OCC is considering Moorend Farm as a location for a new recycling plant for demolition and construction waste. Link to OCC notice.

​Having collected your views here is our letter objecting to this proposal. Link to LPRA letter.