First time in Marlow and it certainly won’t be my last, upscale small English town on the Thames with a wide range of foodie haunts including a slew of eateries from the lovely Tom Kerridge which you apparently have to book some weeks, months nay years in advance.
I was there not to eat but to walk and to explore a new area. The Thames Path is easily accessed both east and west and this time I chose West towards Bisham and eventually Henley on Thames.
There is a pretty Methodist Church just off the main shopping area and a kindly gent took us inside and showed us around. The building has a beautiful exterior most unlike any other Methodist churches that I have seen.
The main church in the town is opposite the Compleat Angler on the Thames and I came across a grave belonging to a Cassandra Atkins who died in the late 1800’s a little Ancestry research revealed that her husband Felix was once the land lord of The Prince of Wales Pub in the town.
The High Street is awash with independent and upmarket stores, I was not disappointed.
Here are a few of my favourite photos.