What an amazing turnout for this year’s Remembrance Sunday. Helped by some amazing sunshine, this local community turned out in its hundreds on Sunday 10th November, each looking to to pay their respects to the lost and fallen. It shows that, although gone, the heroes of our past – and indeed, of our recent present – are not forgotten. Along with many other Marlow Community Groups, newly appointed President, Lesley James, was there to lay a wreath on behalf of . . .
I think we can agree that the secret to modern marketing is more often word of mouth and referral. What better place to exchange ideas, experiences and recommendations than in a warm and conducive networking environment. And it is exactly this that the Marlow Chamber of Commerce provides. It is by providing this platform that allows businesses to interact and develop relationships. Above and beyond this, Marlow Chamber not only connects businesses but provides a number of value added support . . .
On Saturday 21st July 2018, four Great Marlow School rowers represented England at the 2018 Home International Regatta in Cork, Ireland. Oliver Peace, Oliver Emmett-Bird, Jamie-Jack Westfold and Josh McKenzie from Great Marlow School in Marlow were all selected to row in the Junior Mens Coxless Four, and in the Junior Mens Eight boat for their country. Seventy-six rowers from 29 schools and clubs across England were selected as they raced against the home nations of Ireland, Scotland and Wales. . . .
Marlow Sports Club and Heighway Associate Architects Working together for the community Marlow Sports Club (MSC) is a fantastic community facility right in the heart of town. It promotes sport and recreation for everyone of all ages and offers a diverse range of sports including: Cricket, Football, Hockey, Tennis, Running, Cycling and Petanque. Added to this, our facility is also shared by Sir William Borlase’s Grammar School for the purpose of school sports. There has been an incredible growth in . . .
And here’s to many more In early December each year, Marlow High Street becomes a hive of activity as local people, retailers, charities, local radio, animals and various TV characters come together. All in aid of some Christmas shopping, but with the benefit of added carols, a glass of mulled wine and perhaps even a juicy hot dog or burger. 2017 saw the 25th anniversary of this amazing, festive event, organised once again by our Secretary, supported by the executive committee . . .