Skaters outside the Travelodge in Marlow have caused issues to staff and guests at the hotel.

The assistant manager has asked the skaters to stay off hotel property after claims staff and guests have been abused.

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Located near Marlow’s train station the hotel have also found vandalism and rubbish in their car park.

One skater was said to be almost hit by a car at the hotel entrance.

The assistant manager said on Facebook: “If I could kindly ask once again that if your kids skate there to keep off the hotel property due to high volumes of key workers staying at our site.

“Today one skater was nearly hit by a car by the entrance to the hotel.

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“I would hate to be the one calling you to tell you your child has been run over.

“However, secondly I won’t tolerate any abuse towards my team or guests at the hotel.

“This is the third time I’ve been met with abuse as well as my team and guests.”

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There have also been concerns over skaters are not following the current Covid-19 restrictions.

They continued: “Being in groups of over six during a national pandemic isn’t fair for those of us who haven’t seen our families in months as we are working to house key workers.

“I know kids will be kids but there needs to be some respect to the surrounding businesses.”