A new public garden entrance has been introduced in Marlow.

Organised by Christ Church URC, the Marlow Walk of Life revealed what their new garden to the public on Saturday, June 20.

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The Walk of Life is a project by the church, as they plan to create a new community garden on the Quoiting Square corner of their site.

A spokesperson from the church said: “Announcing a new quiet garden for Marlow!

“We've opened a new entrance into our garden at Christ Church URC, directly from the Oxford Road pavement, as the first stage of plans to make this a really lovely community space.

“Next up, we are working on getting a water bottle filling station (to go on the wall just inside the entrance) and then there is still more to come.”

Those who are working on the project will also give those the opportunity to the public to have an engraved brick with a message of their choice.

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They continued: “We want the people of Marlow to share and enjoy our garden and to feel welcome in this place we are creating.”

The news was met with positive reaction online with one person saying: “Such a lovely thing to do for the community.”

Another added: “This looks delightful.

“Looking forward to venture in this little garden.

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“A little oasis of peace.”

Someone else added: “What a lovely thing to do.

"Just to sit and think for a few minutes (or just sit) does wonders.”

To find out more about the garden, go to their Facebook page, www.facebook.com/MarlowWalkofLife.