A new bakery is planning to open on Marlow High Street.

Gail's Bakery is looking to move into the building that previously homed Halifax Bank.

The plans have been submitted to Buckinghamshire council and note the previous use of the building as a bakery under Brown & Co, back in the 1920s.

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Also included in the plans is a list of public benefits such as "investment in the entire building, use of every floor, including public access to the first floor, creation of an active frontage and reuse of a vacant heritage asset and local employment and training opportunities.”

The company is mostly a London-based chain, opening its first bakery in London’s Hampstead High Street in 2005.

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Part of their website reads: "Today, we have 74 bakeries in neighbourhoods in and around London, Oxford, Brighton and beyond.

"We bake fresh, handmade bread, pastries and cakes every day, served with our carefully-sourced house blend specialty coffee. We take great pleasure in using the best ingredients we can find for food and drink, using seasonal ingredients from suppliers we trust.

"Though we’ve grown over the years, our philosophy has remained the same: to make good food that people love, and create bakeries that people want to keep coming back to."