Unexpected Award for “Marlow Remembers WW1” Association

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The “Marlow Remembers WW1 Association” was formed in 2013 to research and record the events of the Great War including happenings on the Home Front as well as commemorating the fallen from the Marlow area.
The Association has now received an unexpected award from The British Association for Local History
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Marlow Remembers WW1 chairman, Andy Ford
The award ‘Publications and Research 2019’ is for “ From Beer to Bombs: Wethered’s Brewery, Marlow, during World War 1”, a publication lodged with ‘Records of Buckinghamshire Vol.57 (2017)’ under the authorship of the Association’s Chairman, Andy Ford.  Andy says that the award recognises the efforts of all the team members who contributed to the publication. 
An award certificate will be presented by Professor Caroline Barron, President British Association for Local History, in London on their annual Local History Day, 1 June.

Other Marlow Remembers activities 

Presentations of the Association’s research has often been made to local societies and residents, including a display at the Brewery site on History Open Day 2016 (see main photo).  In addition, other activities undertaken include
  • Named crosses have been placed at the War Memorial on the Causeway on the 100th anniversary of each fallen Marlow soldier’s death as well as a ceremony held at the graveside of those buried in Marlow’s churchyards.
  • A regular display has been mounted in the Marlow Museum with quarterly updates of battles and stories.
  • A Finale display of the association’s 5 year work will be staged at the All Saints Church Hall on the Causeway on Sat 8 June 2019 from 1100 to 1600. Entry will be Free. 

Find out more

The archives of the Association are available on the Marlow Society’s website: http://www.marlowsociety.org.uk/MRWW1/index.php

Article author: Paul Merchant

About the author: Founded MyMarlow.co.uk 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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