Over the years, the Winter Hill area has not fared well. Even as recently as the 1950s there was an open view across to our neighbours on the other side of the river, but today the hillside is largely covered with self-seeded trees, scrub and the odd chicken. The National Trust are soon to start works to tackle this – in an effort to restore at least some of the view and chalk grassland, improve the biodiversity and future proof the area against disease like Ash die back (Hymenoscyphus fraxineus).
The “Marlow Remembers WW1 Association” did much to research and record the impact of World War 1 on Marlow and its residents, linked to commemorating … Read more
Above is an old press photo from the MyMarlow collection – featuring the man who gave his name to our town park – General Sir … Read more
How many remember Dino’s Italian restaurant, pictured here back in the 70s (where Halifax Bank is now) The family moved to Pescara, Italy in 1982, … Read more
In partnership with The Marlow Society, developer Crest Nicholson this week unveiled a brand new Marlow history board at its Portland Gardens development in Marlow. The event was … Read more
These photos are a wonderful trip down memory lane. They were provided by Pino Battista, whose mother Franca established Franca’s Ice Cream in the early 80s. … Read more