Following our exclusive interview with Marlow’s Londis, we moved our attention to next door and spoke to the Marlow Post Office about how they are tackling the coronavirus.

This is part of a new feature here at the Bucks Free Press, where we talk to newsagents as the demand for customers to get essentials have increased due to many supermarkets offering limited items.

The shop has been in Marlow for 60 years and is very much part of the furniture on Oak Tree Road, with Sue Carlin, who works in the shop, describing their customers as their ‘extended family’.

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And with lockdown due to be extended again after the initial extension on April 16, Sue revealed she and the team will try their best to help everyone who comes to the shop.

She exclusively told the Free Press: “We have taken on over more than 100 home deliveries to customers because when the vulnerable were told to stay in, we took on a whole load of new customers and we’ve taken on as many as we can, and I think we have done more than 30 extra Marlow Free Presses and Bucks Free Presses for our readers.

“We’ve also got seven paperboys and paper girls – the youngest is 15 and the oldest is 85.

“We also have a 73-year-old too.

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“And despite the extra papers to deliver, they have not complained.

“They have all turned up and have taken on this extra work.

“For extra delivery and at no extra charge, we are taking around things like milk and bread to our elderly and vulnerable customers as we know who they are.

“We’ve been here for so long that many of our customers who came in as children, now bring in their children and sometimes their grandchildren so we’re really long-standing within our community.

“We’re not family-run but we’re like a family.”

To contact the shop, call 01628 478147.