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FourState eco-friendly shop opens in Marlow

MyMarlow paid a visit to a brand new permanent shop in Marlow - FourState, which has just opened on Spittal Street. The business sells eco-friendly, sustainable & ethical products, and is being run...
MyMarlow Ultimate Guide to Marlow Carnival 2019 Saturday 21 September

*Preview* Marlow Carnival 2019 will be the best yet! Here’s your ultimate guide…

If you're anywhere near Marlow town centre at around 11am on Saturday 21 September, be prepared for a full-on Carnival experience!

Breathe4Life charity bike ride inspired by Ruth Strauss to visit Marlow

The ride passes through Marlow on Sep 27th, and we can all get involved - it's simple to join in the local section of the ride!

Coming soon….. Seed1, a “zero-waste” shop!

Opening next Tuesday, "Seed1" will be Marlow's first "zero waste" shop (here is an article about the concept, and the rising number of such shops across the country).

Marlow Town Council asks drivers to be “part of the solution, not the pollution”

Marlow Town Council is stepping up efforts to combat high levels of air pollution that have led to the town centre being declared an Air Quality Management Area. The...

GALLERY – Beccafico opens today!

Good luck to Marlow's newest eating and drinking spot! Beccafico opens up today opposite Satollo in Liston Court, where Chesca used to be. It is in...
court garden leisure centre and swimming pool

Court Garden Leisure Centre refurb starts soon!

Exciting new refurbishment works start at Court Gardens on Monday 9 September - what does that mean for your classes and the pool?
Winter Hill Cock Marsh Cookham

GUEST POST: Back to the future at Winter Hill

Over the years, the Winter Hill area has not fared well. Even as recently as the 1950s there was an open view across to our neighbours on the other side of the river, but today the hillside is largely covered with self-seeded trees, scrub and the odd chicken. The National Trust are soon to start works to tackle this – in an effort to restore at least some of the view and chalk grassland, improve the biodiversity and future proof the area against disease like Ash die back (Hymenoscyphus fraxineus).

Chixwane Collective art studio set to open its doors in Marlow

The Chixwane Collective art studio will take over 7 Liston Court (where Celebrations used to be) on a pop-up basis. The studio comes from the entrepreneur behind the Dancing Teapot ceramic...

Landmark statue restored to former glory

The Frohman Memorial statue, situated on The Causeway has been restored by Marlow Town Council - and it looks great!. The statue...