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Community Information


There is a allotment field in Mundaydean Lane, run by Marlow  Charities.
Contact address: Revd. Nicholas Molony (Chairman), The Rectory,  The Causeway, All Saints, Marlow. Tel: 01628 482660, email


All Saints' Parish  Church, Bisham

All Saints Parish  Church, The Causeway, Marlow

Christ Church United Reformed Church, Oxford Road, Marlow

Marlow Baptist Church, Glade Road. Pastor John Eyers BD. Tel: 01628  483972

Marlow Bottom Methodist Chapel

Marlow Christian Fellowship

Marlow Methodist  Church, Spittal Street, Marlow. Tel: 01628 483985

River Church, The Kidwells Centre, 41 Marlow Road, Maidenhead, Berks, SL6 7AQ  (congregates at Court Garden, Pound Lane, Marlow) Tel: 01628 640000, Fax: 01628  640001, Email:

St. John The  Baptist Church, Little Marlow

St. Mary The Virgin, Marlow  Bottom

St. Peter's Roman Catholic Church, 7 St Peters Street, Marlow. Tel: 01628  483696

The Salvation Army, The Citadel, Crown Road, Marlow

Citizens Advice Bureau

This service in Marlow is now held in the Marlow Area  Office and Information Centre, 31 High Street, on Tuesdays and Thursdays  from 10am to 12.30pm.


Bridge Dental Surgery Ltd
32 Station Road, Marlow, Bucks., SL7 1NE
Tel:  01628 474044

Broomhurst Dental Surgery
Cromwell Gardens, Marlow, Bucks., SL7  1BG
Tel: 01628 482462

M W A Sharland
55a Glade Road, Marlow, Bucks., SL7 1DQ
Tel: 01628  483531

Marlow View Dental Practice
42 High Street
09582 98751


The Doctors' House
Victoria Road, Marlow, Bucks., SL7 1DN
Tel: (24  hours) 01628 484666

This fundholding practice is a partnership of eleven doctors practising in a  purpose built surgery in Victoria Road, and at two branch surgeries at Hurley  and Medmenham. Surgery consultations are normally by appointment, and there are  specialist clinics in various fields, including Child Health Surveillance and  Immunisations, Antenatal Clinic, Family Planning, Menopause, Well Woman, Asthma  Clinic, Diabetic Clinic, Physiotherapy Assessment Clinic, Wart Removal Clinic,  Minor Surgery, Hearing Aid Clinic, Dietician.

Reception hours: Monday to Friday 8.00am - 6.00pm, Saturday 8.30am -  10.30am.
Morning and afternoon surgeries are held each weekday. Saturday  morning surgery between 9.00am and 10.00am is strictly for urgent consultations.



Nursery Schools

Montessori World Nursery School
Bovingdon Green Village Hall, Frieth Road,  Marlow. Tel: 01628 487774

Red Fox Nursery
Foxes Piece  School, Newfield Road, Marlow, SL7 1JW. Tel: 01628 476672

Primary Schools

Foxes Piece County First School
Newfield Road, Marlow, SL7 1JW. Tel: 01628  483280

Foxes Piece County Middle School
Newfield Road, Marlow, SL7 1JW. Tel:  01628 483455

Holy Trinity CE Middle School
Wethered Road, Marlow, SL7 3AG. Tel: 01628  482831

Marlow CE First  School
Sandygate Road, Marlow, SL7 3AZ. Tel: 01628 483983

St Peters RC Combined School
Prospect Road, Marlow, SL7 2PJ. Tel: 01628  472116

Spinfield County Combined School
Terrington Hill, Marlow, SL7 2RE. Tel:  01628 473551

Secondary Schools

Great Marlow School
Bobmore Lane, Marlow, SL7 1JE. Tel: 01628 483752

Grammar Schools

Sir William Borlase's Grammar  School
West Street, Marlow, SL7 2BR. Tel: 01628 482256

Adult Education

Marlow WEA (day classes)

Meets at Thames Room, Liston Hall, Chapel Street, Marlow.

For details please telephone Clare Haslam on 01628 890658 or Brenda Atkinson  on 01494 882617.

Marlow Adult Continuing Education Centre (day and evening classes)

Great Marlow School, Bobmore Lane, Marlow, SL7 1JE. Tel: 01628  484985
Office hours: Monday to Thursday 9am - 12 noon; in term time,  7-9pm.
The site is managed by the Wycombe Continuing Education Consortium,  tel. 01494 473795.
Clerical Assistants at the Centre are Shirley Burger and  Marjorie Poulson.


Marlow Community Hospital and Health Clinic
Glade Road, Marlow, SL7  1DJ
Tel: 01628 482292

The community hospital has 13 beds for in-patients, a casualty unit for minor  injuries (8am - 8pm), and an out-patient department where people are seen by  visiting consultants. Its catchment area runs from Marlow to Medmenham, Marlow  Bottom, Little Marlow, Bourne End and Wooburn Green. Patients are admitted via  their GP. Since 1991, there has also been a day hospital and a family health  clinic on the site. The day hospital is used by elderly people who need  treatment, but not an overnight stay. The clinic houses community health  services including children's dental treatment, speech therapy, physiotherapy,  chiropody, Macmillan nurses, health visitors and Marlow Epics (who look after  the elderly).

An active League of Friends supports the community hospital. It has funded  several projects and its members help in the hospital.

Marlow & District Local Exchange Trading  Scheme

Sponsored by Wycombe District Council.

LETS is a sophisticated bartering network. Its aim is to help to meet the  needs of the local community by trading skills, goods, services and hire of  equipment. These non-profit making schemes exist in the UK, Australia, Canada,  the USA and many other countries worldwide.

Marlow & District LETS was formed in early 1994 and has enjoyed a high  level of success in a very short time. Members elect a Core Group every year to  run the system.


LETS operates as a trading system with members exchanging goods and services;  the unit of exchange is the BART. In general an hour's work, although  negotiable, is charged at 10 BARTS. A directory, issued to members, shows the  services each member offers. A member requiring a service contacts a member  offering the service and agrees the terms of the transaction. There is no  obligation on members to accept a request.

Once the task has been completed, the recipient gives the provider a LETS  Voucher, made out for the appropriate number of BARTS, which he or she then  sends to the Administrator, who records these transactions in both members'  accounts. A record of all trading is circulated on a regular basis.

Making Friends

Marlow & District LETS offers many social and economic benefits. Regular  Core Group meetings and LETS get togethers are held. Information on these events  can be found in our regular newsletters.

Further Information

For more details, including how to join, please contact Val Simpson on 01628  484149 (after 6pm) or John Laker (01628 481792).


Marlow Library
Institute Road, Marlow, Bucks., SL7 1BL
Tel: 01628  486163

Hours of Opening








9.30am - 8.00pm

9.30am - 1.00pm

9.30am - 8.00pm

9.30pm - 5.30pm

9.30am - 4.00pm

The COIN computer system provides information on local clubs, services,  etc.

Local Authorities

Wycombe  District Council

Queen Victoria Road, High Wycombe, Bucks, HP11 1BB
Tel: 01494 461000

One Stop Shop for Wycombe District Council in Marlow -
Marlow Area Office  and Information Centre

Marlow's One-Stop Shop has opened at 31 High Street. This Area Office and  Information Centre is run by Wycombe  District Council to provide community information and services for residents  and visitors to Marlow.

The area office provides easy access to Wycombe District Council services for those living in Marlow and the southern parishes, for example the  payment of council taxes and rent. Highly trained staff and the latest computer  technology can provide users with a wealth of information and advice on tap.  There is a video link between the Marlow office and the council offices in High  Wycombe. As well as a conferencing link, it offers Marlow residents the  opportunity for face-to-face video discussions with council officials, by  appointment.

The Marlow Area Office and Information Centre also houses the Tourist Information  Centre which has moved from its Court Garden Office and is open around  the year from 9.30am - 5pm on weekdays, 9.30am - 4.30pm on Saturdays and 10am -  5pm on Sundays. The centre provides free interview and meeting facilities for  local community groups in the heart of the town centre and also acts as a useful  shop window for societies and groups wishing to publicise events. The COIN  computer system which provides information on local clubs, services, etc, is  available.

Other groups which use Marlow's Area Office and Information Centre are:

The Anchor Housing Trust which gives home improvement grants  to older householders runs a clinic every fourth Tuesday of the month from  2-5pm
Buckinghamshire County Council
The Bucks Disability Information  Network
: Thursdays 10am - 2pm and every fourth Tuesday
Business Watch
Citizens Advice Bureau : Tuesdays and Thursdays, 10am - 12.30pm
Down's Syndrome  Association : Wednesday mornings
Eating Disorders  Association
Elderly Persons Integrated Care System(EPIC)
:  Tuesdays, 10.30am - 12.30pm, and Thursdays, 2-4pm
Neighbourhood  Watch
The Priory Centre
Volunteer Focus
- Marow  Volunteer Bureau : Wednesdays, 2-4pm

Marlow Town Council

Town Council Offices, Court Garden, Pound Lane, Marlow, SL7 2AG
Tel: 01628  484024, Answerphone/Fax: 01628 481146
The offices are open for business from  9am to 1pm from Monday to Friday (public holidays excepted) each week.
The  Town Clerk is Mr Howard Bellairs and Deputy Town Clerk is Mrs Diane Rogers.



Mr D A Anson
Mr J M Campbell
Mr I M Coleman
Mr A D Collingwood
Mr  D E Done
Mrs M Done
Mr A L Dunn
Mr N B Marshall
Mr M B Oram  (Mayor)
Ms P M Stallard
Mr F Sweatman
Mr S J Wilson

The Town Council's statutory responsibilities are:

Seymour Court and Gossmore Lane Recreation  Grounds
Hanging Hill and Foxes Piece Allotments
Bus Shelters
Public  Seats
Notice Boards
War Memorial
Open Spaces and Amenity  Areas
Ceremonial and Civic Functions

The Town Council is consulted on a range of issues by Buckinghamshire County  Council, Wycombe District Council and other agencies on:

Town & Country Planning
Highways  Improvements
Tranportation & Traffic Orders
Town Centre  Management
Town Centre Improvements
Leisure and cultural  activities

Bucks Benefit Agency Bus

The Bucks Benefit Agency bus comes to Dean Street car park from 9.30-11am on  the first Tuesday of each month. Advice and information on available benefits  and National Insurance contributions is given. This is particularly helpful for  those people who are unable to get to High Wycombe.


Manual wheelchairs are available from Court Garden, Pound Lane for people  visiting the town. The free service for visitors with limited mobility is  available seven days a week, 9am and 5pm, including Christmas late-night  shopping hours. For further details of the scheme, contact 01628 405218.

MP's Surgery

Ray Whitney, Conservative MP for the area, holds his surgery in the Marlow  Community Association Office at Liston Hall on Saturday mornings in alternate  months (none in August).


Marlow Community  Association

Liston Hall, Chapel Street, Marlow, SL7 1DD
Tel: 01628  472558
The Office is open from 10am to 12 noon.

Marlow Community Association is an association of clubs which owns Liston  Hall, Liston Road, off Chapel Street. The rooms and kitchen facilities of Liston  Hall are hired out for a variety of functions. Coffee, snacks and lunches are  served in the Garden Room from 10.30am to 1.00pm on Mondays, Tuesdays and  Thursdays. Everyone is welcome.

The Association's Clubs and activities include:

Parent & Toddler Club

Meets from 10am - noon on Thursdays

Dog Training Club

Meets from 6.30pm - late on Monday evenings

Bridge Club

Meets in the Garden Room at 7.30pm on Wednesdays

Cameo Club

Lunch by invitation for the housebound on 2nd (members meeting), 3rd and 4th  Wednesdays

Friday Club

Social club for the elderly, transport available. Meets from 10am-3pm on  Fridays.

Marlow Scottish Country Dance Club

Meets from 8-10pm on 2nd & 4th Wednesdays

Tea Dances

From 3-5pm on 2nd Thursday each month. Old time and ballroom dancing to live  music.

Marlow Carnival

Held in September each year. Organised by Marlow Community  Association.

Many other clubs and societies are affiliated to the Community Association,  several of which use Liston Hall on a regular basis.

A flea market is held in Liston Hall on the first Saturday of each month.


Marlow Police Station is a Sector of the Thames Valley Police/High Wycombe  Area. It is situated in Dean Street, Marlow, and is open to the public during  the following times:

Monday - Thursday




9.30am - 6pm

9.30am - 8.30pm

10am - 6pm


Callers to the Police Station outside these hours may use the telephone at  the front of the building which will connect them direct to the Control Room.  Correspondence should be addressed to the Inspector, Police Station, Dean  Street, Marlow, SL7 3AB.
Tel: 01628 898343 (24 hours), Fax: 01296 396912

Post Offices

Marlow Post Office
44 High Street, Marlow, SL7 1AW
Tel: 01628  485541/488684
Fax: 01628 475531

Newfield Gardens Post Office
54 Newfield Gardens, Marlow, SL7 1JP
Tel:  01628 482780

Oaktree Post Office
48 Oaktree Road, Marlow, SL7 3EE
Tel: 471972

Registrar of Births and  Deaths

The Registrar comes to Marlow Clinic, Glade Road, Marlow, SL7 1DJ, between  10am and 12 noon on Mondays and 2pm and 4pm on Thursdays by appointment. Phone  01494 475200 for an appointment.

Veterinary Surgeons & Practitioners

Hall Place Veterinary Centre
16 Glade Road, Marlow, SL7 1DY
Tel: 01628  483062
Farm, equine and small animal consultations by appointment.
24 hour  emergency service - tel: 01628 829880.

Summerleaze Veterinary Group
52 Marlow Bottom, Marlow, Bucks, SL7  3NB
Tel: 01628 890900