A carol service will happen in Marlow on Thursday, December 19.

Organised by the town council, the carol singers will be performing a number of Christmas classics on the Causeway.

On the day, children can visit Father Christmas in his grotto whilst their parents can relax by drinking mulled wine and eating mince pie

The mulled wine will be donated by The George and Dragon pub, with the mince pies being donated by the town’s Sainbury’s.

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For those who don’t want to drink, hot chocolate will provided, courtesy of Bill’s.

It will start at 6.30pm with the music being provided by the Marlow’s Town Band and the Marlow Choral Society.

Marlow’s Mayor Richard Scott said: “Carols on the Causeway is one of our most popular events.

“I hope more people than ever will join us this year to celebrate Christmas in style.

“Many thanks to our sponsors, who continue to make this event particularly special.”