The ever popular Santa Float organised by Marlow Round Table, in conjunction with local schools will be visiting locations in Marlow throughout December. It’s an annual tradition which delights the children who see it, whilst raising funds at the same time. Half of the donations from each night go to the relevant school, whilst the other half is distributed by Marlow Round Table to local good causes.
We joined the route on Saturday in Newtown Road, you can see our gallery on Facebook here.
The following routes are planned, but may be subject to change – check the Round Table Facebook page for any updates.
Maps are available for the immediate upcoming routes – click them to see full size. Others will be added in due course.
Saturday 3rd December – Foxes Piece School Starting from Willowmead Rd at 4:30pm! Heading along Willowmead Gdns, down Newtown Road, along Westhorpe Road & up Wiltshire Rd, calling in at all the off-shoots along the way.
Sunday 4th December – Sandygate School
Friday 9th December – Marlow Bottom Pre-School Starting at 4:30pm! Heading along New Rd, Beachtree Avenue, Juniper Rd,Hill Farm Rd & surrounding cul-de-sacs.!
Saturday 10th December – Danesfield School & Patch Starting on Danesﬁeld patch at 4:15pm.! Then working up Pound Lane from 6pm, also covering Highﬁeld Park, Spinﬁeld Lane & Spinﬁeld Park!
Sunday 11th December – Burford School Starting at 4:30pm! Heading along Marlow Bottom Rd, Kingsley Drive, Squirrel Rise, Highwoods Drive and surrounding roads.!
Saturday 17th December – Holy Trinity School Starting from Holy Trinity School at 4:45pm! Heading along Spring Gardens, down Wycombe Rd & Glade Rd to Claremont Gardens & Institute Rd then back up to the school!
Sunday 18th December – Spinfield School Starting from Spinﬁeld School at 4:30pm! Heading down Terrington Hill, onto Barnards Hill, around Springﬁeld Mount & Spinﬁeld Lane and back to the school by 6:30pm!
The Santa Float is one of three major annual fund raising activities for Marlow Round Table. They also run the bar at the Marlow Town Regatta and organise the May Fayre. This is all done by the members against a backdrop of frequent social events and meetings, and men aged between 18 and 45 are always welcome to join.