The children of Marlow are doing their bit to spread happiness across the town, as drawings of rainbows and hearts have appeared on houses and buildings.

Spotted by on-duty police officers from Thames Valley Police, children who live in the town have done the drawings to ‘spread positivity’, as the country continues to fight against the coronavirus.

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In a Facebook post, Thames Valley Police said: “Out and about in Marlow today (March 31) seeing all your rainbows really brightened up our day, would be great to see more!

“The rainbows remind us to stay positive during these difficult times.

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“Remember to stay in, save lives and stay safe.”

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