A fruit and vegetable shop in Marlow will help the needy, vulnerable and elderly in the town as the country continues to battle against the coronavirus.

Marlow Green, which is based on Spittal Street, announced in April that they will remain open until 6pm to the public whilst offering a delivery service for those in the town.

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

Marlow Green on Spittal Street

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Mr Farhi's kind gesture to help the people of Marlow is just one of the many good acts those in the town are doing to help those fight against Covid-19.

Currently, just under 800 people in Buckinghamshire have been diagnosed with Covid-19 and according to the official Government statistics, just over 26,000 people have died from the illness.

The death toll is expected to rise as we enter the summer months.