A commonly used roundabout in Marlow has been given a makeover on behalf of the town council.

The Wiltshire Road roundabout, which is located next to Great Marlow School, has had several two-phrase scheme planters put in.

Hanging baskets were also installed on the roundabout’s lights and on lampposts by the adjacent roads.

Town clerk Hilary Martin said: “The planting is a riot of colour and has cheered up the much-neglected roundabout.

“It helps the entrance to the town to look well-tended and welcoming.”

Marlow’s mayor cllr Richard Scott then added: “The floral display at this entrance to Marlow adds to the summer hanging baskets already in place in the town centre.

“We continue to make Marlow an attractive place to live and visit.”

Marlow Town Council used their Community Infrastructure Levy funds to pay for the scheme.