An Independent gift store has moved to Marlow High Street after spending its first year in Liston Court.

The Twenty Three Living store has relocated to a larger site and more central spot in the town.

The store sells a range of personally made gifts, accessories, clothing, and homeware items.

Twenty Three Living says favourites among customers include its collection of kimonos by One Hundred Stars and its range of Block printed nightwear.

The new store will expand its clothing ranges alongside its home-scenting and skincare ranges including UK brands Freckleface, FYG, Brownstone and Aery Living.

It will also sell its own natural skincare products, which picked up awards in the Beauty Shortlist and Freefrom Skincare awards 2021.

Founded by qualified aromatherapist Louise Haisman, Twenty Three Living uses her experience with essential and plant oils.

She said: “We are so excited to now have a High Street location in beautiful Marlow.

“We have worked closely with bespoke designers and local tradespeople to carefully design our store to enhance our customers’ shopping experience, as they explore our new collections and wider range of products.

“We have received a tremendous welcome from locals since opening last year and are excited to offer a wider range of sustainable and eco-conscious gifts.

“We look forward to continuing to share our unique products for years to come.”

Robert Martin, leasing manager at Sorbon Estates, said: “Twenty Three Living has excited customers in Marlow with its focus on independent, eco-conscious and sustainable gifts.

“It is great to see their success over the last year and their commitment to the town of Marlow.

“With retail continuing to perform well in the bustling town, it is fantastic to see independent brands thriving.”

The shop has left 7 Liston Court empty with no news yet on what will replace it.

A few doors down new bridal boutique will open this August at 10 Liston Court.

The shop will offer a tailored experience and stock dress designers including Evie Young, Love & Liberty, Nicole Milano and Watters.

Also opening its doors soon is Scamp & Dude who will replace Hypescape on the high street and will offer predominately womenswear.

This comes following the closure of two clothes stores in the town in recent weeks.

Phase Eight shut its doors for the final time on June 10 with the store being emptied as clearing work continues.

Also recently shutting down is British-inspired clothing Crew Clothing which was in business for 18 months after opening at 23 High Street in December.