Match the photo to the Marlow building for a chance to win a £50 voucher!
Here’s a great chance to find out a bit more about your town and win a £50 voucher – for free! All thanks to the Rotary Club of Marlow Thames.
The ‘Know your Marlow’ Photo Quiz is open to anyone and everyone (though a responsible adult must accompany children). Just download and print the question and answer sheet, walk around the High Street and see if you can match the photo to the building.
Click here to download the Q&A sheet
Write your answers in the appropriate box and before 5pm on Monday 15 June either drop the sheet into Hunt’s Hardware on Station Road or scan and email it to firstname.lastname@example.org
The winner (we’ll have a draw if there is more than one winner) will receive a £50 voucher to spend in Hunts Hardware. But everyone will be a winner as we guarantee you will see things in Marlow that you have never noticed before.
Answers will be published on this site on Friday 19 June.
So, get started and ………. Know your Marlow!
Restoring Community to our streets in Marlow
A loose association of stakeholders in Marlow including our mayor of 2014/15 Suzanne Brown, are working to encourage the creation of street associations. This is a town wide initiative in Marlow to encourage a greater sense of community at a street level. We have enlisted the help of a small Birmingham based charity
www.streetassociations.org who exist to encourage greater community at a street level throughout the UK.
It is so easy to start a street association (usually between 30 and 90 houses) and we are here to help. First talk to us and tell us about your street and together we’ll work out the best way forward. If you want to you can use a ‘stock letter’ to invite neighbours to come to an initial meeting. We will come to that meeting, normally in someone’s home, and explain what it is all about and how it works.We find that people really welcome the idea. At this meeting we will help form a ‘core group’ of neighbours to take it forward, normally 4 to 8 people, who’ll meet once a month for an hour. It’s the core group that comes up with imaginative ideas for events that bring people together – this can be anything – but we are suggesting that a LOVE Marlow Street party could be a great way to start.
Several street associations have already ‘launched’ in Marlow and they are finding a transformed community where people know each other, smile,
greet, find they have things in common and know they really belong. And just ‘look out’ for each other. If you would like to find out more or to book us in to help call or email Peter Hopkinson 07770 756779 email@example.com
Sunday 14th June at approx. 12.00pm on the Marlow FM Stage, Higginson Park
Performing together after the open air Churches Together service. Listen out for the debut performance of the LOVE Marlow Song.
Sunday 14th June, 10.30 to 12 noon in Higginson Park
Thanksgiving & praise for all ages. Sunday in the Park is fun and a perfect setting for giving thanks to God. Join in at any time! Organised by Churches Together in Marlow.
Saturday 13th June, 1 to 3pm in the Jim Campbell Regatta Enclosure
With the RAF String and Air Cadet Choir. The Salon Orchestra of the RAF is renowned for its quality and precision. On target to elevate the Regatta to a new level of entertainment. The Cadet’s choir will also surprise and delight you! email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Friday 12th June, 7.30 to 10pm at Duke of Cambridge Pub, Queens Road.
A friendly Pub with good food and a spirited attitude to community matters. You’ll enjoy the atmosphere and the challenge. Enter the competition as a team or individually. All proceeds to local charity. To book email email@example.com
Friday 12th June, 5.30 to 6.30pm at The Redgrave Sports Centre
For ages 6 – 12 years. Cost: £5 per participant, £3 for siblings. Limited places available so please contact us to make a booking on 07825 336 827 or firstname.lastname@example.org or visit www.kobikadance.co.uk
Thursday 11th June, 7.30pm at Christ Church URC, Oxford Road SL7 2NL
The Marlow Orchestra will hold a very informal open rehearsal or “Talk-estra” evening. Join them at Christ Church URC where they will be rehearsing and also talking about the music. Tom Horn, the conductor, will present the pieces and explain the fun and the challenges of playing them. All welcome – especially budding players and young people! Come along early to ensure a good seat!