Marlow Town Regatta and Festival – the last minute details!

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Right everyone.  Marlow Town Regatta is almost upon us!  If you have not already planned your visit, here are the last minute details to help out!

Regatta Day Sat 14th Juneregatta-enclosure1

Saturday Picnic Sites have all sold out

However , Badges can still be purchased for the Saturday on line or at the Tourist office in Institute Road

Tickets purchased up to Friday are still at the basic price of Adults £ 8.00 , Youths [14—17 ] £ 5 .00 , Child [ 5—13 ] £ 4.00 , Free under 4

Badges will be available on the day at the Entrance to the Enclosure in Higginson Park –if they have not reached our capacity limit  – however they will be more expensive : Adults £ 14.00 , Youth ££ 7.00 , Child £ 5.00

Car Park Spaces are available – until Full – at £ 5.00 per Day or any part of a Day – Access via Lower Pound Lane ,off Pound Lane at the back of the Marlow Park Cricket Club Pavilion .

The Racing schedule is now online at the Marlow Rowing Club website

Festival Day Sun 15th Juneregatta - dragon1

On Sunday access to All the Enclosures , and all Higginson Park is FREE FREE FREE

Car Parking Still £ 5.00 per Day , or any part of

There will be

  • Dragon Boat Races  and Canoe Races on the River from about 10am—4 pm
  •  Entertainments in the Enclosure Arena from 10—11.30 am , and again from 12.30—5.30 pm  
  • There will be a different act every 30 minutes

All Weekend

  • Traylens Funfair!!
  • Various Food Stalls , Craft Stalls , Trade Stalls , and other Side Shows , and music by Marlow FM , and special Music Acts on Saturday afternoon

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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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