A second water refill station has been installed in Marlow.

The new piece of equipment has been put up at the Christ Church United Reformed Church on Oxford Road, a week after another refill station was installed by the Causeway.

The first bottle was refilled on Friday, October 30 by the town’s mayor, Richard Scott, where he was accompanied with the leader of the town council, Jocelyn Towns.

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Mr Scott said: “It was really important for the town to be able to give both residents and visitors easy access to clean water, keeping up progress in reducing the huge number of plastic bottles that are thrown away each year.

Cllr Towns added: “The provision of these on-street bottle fillers was especially valuable as Covid restrictions had limited access to refill opportunities in pubs and cafés."

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The new bottle filler is at the entrance to the garden, which was revamped in the summer.

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The garden is provided by the church for public use and, since opening a new entrance back in June, has become a place of peace and relaxation for many more passers-by.