The Marlow Museum has received new equipment from a Bucks-based charity.

After the museum's laptop stopped working The Clare Foundation and CloudyIT provided a new laptop and one year’s licence for Office 365 software.

The Clare Foundation supports charities in Buckinghamshire with a wide range of infrastructure support.

The museum is currently working towards accreditation with Arts Council England and needs a computer to store its collection database and photographs.

In addition to general administration work and display in the museum, it will also be used for outreach work with schools and care homes.

Martin Gallagher, CEO of The Clare Foundation, said: "We are delighted to facilitate this project and that CloudyIT and the Marlow Museum were able to work together on this small but important project.

"We look forward to developing other such opportunities for charities and businesses to engage with others.

"Please don't hesitate to contact us if you need any help in engaging with each other."

David Hall, managing director of CloudyIT, said: "As a business whose core values are partnership, innovation and community we are delighted to support this initiative to support Marlow Museum who do an amazing job in representing the long history and variety of life in Marlow town and surrounding villages."