Historically 'Great Marlow' or 'Chipping Marlow', Marlow is a thriving and beautiful town in Buckinghamshire with a population of around 19,000. Sitting north of London and on the bank of the River Thames, Marlow is historically famous for its fine suspension bride, built by William Tierney Clark between 1829 and 1832.
Along Marlow's High Street and West Street, many fine period (mainly Georgian) buildings can be found, making not only the riverside strolls but also the town itself a beautiful and scenic place to wander around.
Marlow's 18th Century Court Garden House is now part of a leisure complex holding a swimming pool, gym, theatre, sports halls, outside tennis courts and riverside cafeteria. Local residents and visitors to Marlow also enjoy the British and International Federation of Festivals for Music, Dance and Speech.