The people of Marlow have club together to make sure residents in the town and the surrounding areas are doing everything that they can to help each other during lockdown.

We’ve already reported on the good deeds that Marlow’s Tom Kerridge has done with his Meals for Marlow scheme, to the everyday coffee chats on Zoom, organised by Marlow resident Gary Nuttall.

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But what else is going on in the town that you might have missed?

Last week we reported that the Rebellion Beer Company in Marlow have decided to offer the heroes working in the NHS a 20 per cent discount on all their beers.

This was revealed on April 23 with the brewery announcing that the beer will be purchased ‘from their drive-through’, with ID being required.

Additionally, the Design and Technology department staff at Great Marlow School have donated PPE to the nurses at the Swarthmore Care Home in Gerrards Cross.

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The fruit and veg shop in Marlow Green on Spittal Street have also offered their services to needy and vulnerable, by opening their shop until 6pm.

Mohamed Farhi who owns the shop, has said that ‘any orders over £15 are delivered free to SL7 postcodes, otherwise there is a £4 delivery charge.’

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Finally, more birds have been spotted in the town since lockdown began, such as long-tailed tits, swifts, red kites, peregrine falcons and owls to name just a few.

To see a full list of feel good coronavirus stories in Marlow, click here or here.