MyMarlow News: Environment

Marlow Film Studios – Bucks Council vote to defer decision

Today at 1pm, the Strategic Sites Committee of Buckinghamshire County Council met to discuss the Marlow Film Studio proposal, which has been a very hotly ... Read more

Good news on the Pound Lane tree!

Last month we reported that a large tree bordering Higginson Park and Pound Lane had been damaged in an arson attack, and the road would ... Read more

Explore How Marlow Town Council Is Helping Pollinators 

A message from Marlow Town Council regarding their work supporting pollinators, how we can all help, and find out more at the Bee Town display ... Read more

Don’t Mow – Let the Wild Flowers Grow

Marlow Town Council’s new ‘No Mow May’ initiative is underway and will continue for the remainder of May — and it will happen every May ... Read more

Marlow Guides make bee hotels at Wild Marlow workshop

On Wednesday, 22nd March, twenty-one girls from 3rd Marlow Girl Guides unit enjoyed an evening with Wild Marlow volunteers making bee hotels for their gardens. ... Read more

Marlow – the Plastic Blitz

The Marlow Wombles, along with members of the Rotary Club of Marlow Bridge and Misbourne Matins, ran a litter pick along the riverside from Marlow ... Read more

Trinity Road to remain vehicle free

Buckinghamshire Council has confirmed that the trial “active travel” scheme in Trinity Road, intended to encourage walking and cycling, will be made permanent. This is ... Read more

Ten Schools in Marlow working together for the environment

On Wednesday 9th March around 50 pupils from the 10 schools in Marlow met at Marlow C of E Infant School for their second all-Marlow ... Read more

Tiger Art Exhibition – The Year of the Tiger

Danesfield House Hotel is hosting a unique photo exhibition , leading-up to a gala dinner on 31st January, all in support of “Save Wild Tigers”, ... Read more

New cigarette bin on the High Street

A special new cigarette bin has been installed in Marlow High Street to encourage smokers to bin their butts rather than litter the pavements. Smokers ... Read more