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Welcome to The Marlow Society
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The Marlow Society is a registered charity (no. 262803) whose efforts are devoted to the preservation and development of Marlow and the surrounding villages and countryside.
We seek to represent all those who enjoy living in, working in, shopping or just visiting our beautiful town situated on the banks of the River Thames, in the foothills of the Chilterns Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
There's lots to do .. if you can become actively involved in furthering the aims of the society, please contact us - tmssecretary@ marlowsociety.org.uk
Marlow Studio Project
Proposal to build on 90 acres of Green Belt land at Little Marlow Lakes Country Park
An active group within the Marlow Society is the Local History Group. Researching, producing history articles, conducting guided walks and answering questions about the history of Marlow and the surrounding area are some examples of what they do.
If you have any questions about Marlow's history you can contact the group at:
The protection and maintenance of Marlow's beautiful bridge is an ongoing challenge - preventing overweight vehicles, while keeping the bridge an open and practical route for local traffic.
visit page ... This page notes some of the thoughts on how to achieve this and some of the specific events and issues that help illustrate the situation.
Please help us stay in contact by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org with the message 'GDPR. I/We agree to the Marlow Society holding my/our personal details.', followed by your name(s).
Abbreviations: LHG = Local History Group,
AIM = Archaeology in Marlow, MAS = Marlow Archaeology, MAG = Marlow Archaeology Group (AIM + MAS).
The Marlow Society's Annual General Meeting was held at Christ Church URC, Oxford Rd on Thursday 18th May at 7:30pm.
Local History Group Talks
Some of the talks are held at Liston Hall, some are virtual meetings via Zoom,
Marlow Archaeology Group (MAG) talks are also listed here, with more information and poster available on the Events page
Current and Future Events:
Romans in Bucks
Dr Jill Eyers (LHG)
Marlow on Film - (experimental)
Film Show (LHG)
Votes for Sheep
Sue Cheetham (LHG)
History of Hambleden
Chris Whitehead (LHG)