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Welcome to Marlow Green – our new greengrocers!

MyMarlow recently shared a photo on social media confirming the imminent arrival of a fruit and veg shop on Spittal Street, where Tinc used...
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Confusion over planning approval to change windows in ex-Huttons shopfront

Updated 13-3-19 This is quite a confusing application! We have clarified the position with Marlow Town Council. As stated in our original article, planning application...
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New Greengrocers to open in Marlow

Good news for Marlow's town centre - we will have a new greengrocer! It will be opening soon in what was previously Tinc.
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Local childrenswear boutique Rosie Cheeks returns to Marlow High Street

Rosie Cheeks Boutique, a local independent children’s clothing retailer, makes its grand reopening in Marlow on Saturday 16th February, having signed a new pop-up...
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Poggenpohl Kitchens set to open in Marlow High Street

Poggenpohl Kitchens has signed a new 10-year lease at 75 High Street in Marlow (where the Sofa.com pop-up used to be, next to Cafe Copia) 

Marlow empty property update – old Crown, Landmark, Perch…

A quick update on a few vacant premises around town... we will add to this and expand on detail as time goes on. The old...

TfB to work on bridge and crossing in Marlow this half term

Starting from Monday 22 October Transport for Buckinghamshire (TfB) will be busy in Marlow Town Centre, including commencing work on the bridge bollards upgrade. During...

Marlow Obelisk restorations are complete!

Transport for Buckinghamshire has finished the restoration works to the Marlow Obelisk, and we think it looks fantastic!
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Jam Industries – new pop-up shop in the old Wimpy location

Jam Industries is a "surf inspired" clothing brand , and have opened a pop-up shop in Marlow, in the old Wimpy location 
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Marlow Obelisk restoration to begin

Bucks County Council have announced details to repair of the obelisk at the top of the High Street which was erected in 1822 - after last year's restoration plans were postponed.
 

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