Residents at Marlow’s Age Concern have sent letters back to the children who gave them drawings, paintings and well-wishes through the post.

This comes after Conservative Councillor Suzanne Brown, who represents the Marlow South East Ward, urged children in the town and the beyond to send their thoughts to elderly in Marlow.

In a Facebook post by Brown on April 23, the councillor said: “Please can other children do this and post through Marlow age concern door 38 Glade road as this has given so much joy to the elderly.

“Picture, words whatever.

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“Thank you.

“Keep well.”

After the initial post was met with a positive support from people across the town and the surrounding areas, two Marlow children in Charlie and Florence Hart received over 20 letters and cards back from the town’s Age Concern’s residents.

Their mother Sarah-Jane Hart said: “Charlie is currently sat writing back to all 21 ‘elderlys’ ... he wants to know how they are and what they have all been doing to keep busy and safe.

“We have them all pinned up so we can enjoy them everyday.

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“They’re so wonderful!”

Sarah also revealed she would like Charlie and Florence ‘would love to meet everyone after this virus has gone’.

If you would like to send letters to the elderly in Marlow, sent them to 38 Glade Road, Marlow, SL7 1DH.