Spotlight on: Marlow Ladies Circle- a fun social group!

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Marlow Ladies Circle – What is it?

Quite simply it is a group of us who get together a couple of Mondays a month for social events. This can be anything from a meal or drinks locally, to trying out new things. Some of the activities we have done in recent years include, boating at Longridge, Pamper evenings, Chocolate Fountain nights, Ghost Walk, Style evenings. There is no commitment to turn up every time we meet as we recognise kids, husbands, work etc. do get in the way, but members come as often as they can.

At the same time as being a great way to meet people and have fun we do try and raise money for local charities, and we are lucky enough to run the PIMMS tent at Marlow Regatta, which is a great fun way to raise money. Other fundraising activities include running a cake stall at the May Fair and supporting Round Table at the Santa Float. Again none of this is very time consuming.

Is Circle for you, well it is a great way to

  • Meet new people
  • Have a bit of “me time”
  • Feel part of the community of Marlow
  • Raise money for great causes

What we are not: A club that you have to be asked to join, or have a secret handshake, if you like us… you just join. Our only restriction is you need to be under 45 years of age.

Does it cost a lot? No, we do sometimes do more expensive outings, but if that is the case we tend to do cheaper things for the next meetings. On average it costs £15 a month.

Is it s big time commitment? No, people just come when they can. Our fundraising activities are around 3 over the course of the year.

Circle in itself is a national organisation and as such we are part of a much wider group. If you want more info on the national organisation visit or our Facebook page

1 thought on “Spotlight on: Marlow Ladies Circle- a fun social group!”

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Article author: Paul Merchant

About the author: Founded in its original version back in 2000 - yes the internet DID exist back then. Brought up in Marlow, went to school here, now has children at the same schools. Quite clearly loves all things Marlow - hence spending over 2 decades doing this!

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