Thursday, December 13, 2018
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Passchendaele 100 years on marked in Marlow

One hundred years ago, the Third Battle of Ypres, often called Passchendaele, began. In Marlow, the event was marked on the Causeway, with an opening talk by the mayor.

HISTORY: The rules of “Canoe Pushball” as played in Marlow

We of course are lucky to have Marlow Town Regatta every year - the rowing is great..... but we think they should bring back "Canoe Pushball", it looks lots of fun!

Marlow Archaeology talk: Marlow’s Manor House

Thursday 15 October: A talk by local historian Janet Smith who has made lengthy studies to discover the site of Marlow's earliest manor house

Marlow Museum – learn to make ice cream without a freezer!

On Sunday 27th Sep 1-5pm at Marlow Museum, there will be a demonstration of Ice Cream Making the Victorian Way – without a freezer

Marlow Carnival 2015 – Sat 19th September

Marlow Carnival is the ever popular annual event attracting stalls from local societies, clubs and associations as well as some commercial stalls, and is...

Sat 12th Sep: Heritage Open Days around Marlow

Heritage Open Days offers people the chance to see local places of interest, often not open to the general public - all of which...

Trenches Heritage Day – Sun 12 July

Event to commemorate the World War 1 trenches up at Pullingshill Wood, Marlow Common.

Notes on Old Marlow – a new booklet on Marlow history.

Michael Eagleton, co-author of the popular “Marlow – A Trip Back In Time” booklets has transcribed a collection of local facts, stories and personal reminiscences written in 1961 by Gerald Berkeley Wills, then aged 79. On sale from Sat 4th Oct.

Young Photographer of the Year Competition

From Marlow Museum's - the theme for this year's competition is "Memories of Marlow", with £350 in prizes to be won! Entries can include photos OR video...

Marlow Archaeology: The Rookery Dig – Sat 30th March

This is a rare opportunity to witness archaological excavations near the centre of Marlow..

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