Joy Morrissey has recently described the Marlow High Street as ‘beautiful’, as it was revealed that £95m will be used to support high streets across the country.

In an interview with fellow MP Oliver Dowden, the American, who represents the Beaconsfield and Marlow constituencies, was talking to the Secretary of State for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport about the importance of using high streets during the current and ongoing pandemic.

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Speaking at the Pinewood Underwater Stage, Morrissey asked Dowden: “Talking about things we’re proud of, I’m very proud of our high street in Marlow.

“It’s a beautiful high street, and I know up and down the country, MPs are very proud of promoting their heritage high streets.

“Could you tell us a little bit about what DCMS is doing to promote heritage high streets?”

Mr Dowden responded: “Marlow has a wonderful high street, I know it well, and think of the pride that people get from having such a beautiful high street.

“It’s not just the shops on it, it’s the sense of place and rich history.

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“I think there are few countries in the world that have such wonderful high streets, from the Medieval, to the Victorian, to the modern, and I’m determined that we preserve those and enhance that sense of place, and that’s why we’ve announced £95m to support our heritage high streets.

"Everywhere from Huddersfield to Hexham from Coventry to Kirkham, everywhere, we're investing that money.

After the country entered lockdown in March to combat against coronavirus, many independent businesses suffered huge losses of income, with many self-employed workers applying for the 80 per cent income grant that was introduced by the Government in the spring.