BBC News - Home
The Marlow Society
Property in Marlow
Key Biz aggregator - aggregated feeds in category Buckinghamshire

PostHeaderIcon Comments

PostHeaderIcon Marlow Magazine

Clifton Lodge Hotel

Clifton Lodge Hotel
210 West Wycombe Road,
High Wycombe,
Buckinghamshire,HP12 3AR
Telephone 01494 440095

Wycombe Property
  • 2 Bed Flat High Wycombe Bucks £715 pcm
    2 Bed Flat High Wycombe Bucks £715 pcm

    Available a 2 bed first floor apartment situated on the west side of High Wycombe town centre and within walking distance of the town centre, bus and train station. The property consists of entrance hall, lounge/diner, kitchen with appliances, double and single bedroom both with fitted wardrobes, bathroom with electric shower, ample parking and communal gardens. Unfurnished.
    2 Bedrooms

    Hurst Tel: 01494 521234


  • One Bedroom Flat High Wycombe West Side £625 PCM NOW LET
    One Bedroom Flat High Wycombe West Side £625 PCM NOW LET

    NOW LET A well presented 2nd floor, 1 bedroom flat in a popular, purpose built development on Wycombe's west side within walking distance of High Wycombe's town centre. The accommodation comprises of lounge, fitted kitchen with appliances, double bedroom with mirror fronted fitted wardrobe and bathroom with electric shower. The property also benefits from new double glazing, ample parking, and well maintained communal gardens. Unfurnished Available April

    Contact Hurst Estate Agents on
    Tel: 01494 537800

  • 2 Bed Flat High Wycombe Bucks £725 pcm NOW LET
    2 Bed Flat High Wycombe Bucks £725 pcm  NOW LET

    NOW LET a spacious, first floor apartment in popular development within 15 mins walk of High Wycombe town centre and train station. The accommodation comprises entrance hall, large lounge, kitchen with appliances, 1 double & 1 good sized single bedroom both with fitted wardrobes and bathroom with electric shower. The property also benefits from allocated parking.


    Hurst Estate Agents, High Wycombe
    1 Crendon Street High Wycombe HP13 6LE
    01494 707026 Local call rate

  • Clifton Lodge Hotel (Hotel Accommodation)
    Clifton Lodge Hotel (Hotel Accommodation)

    210 West Wycombe Road,
    High Wycombe,
    Buckinghamshire,HP12 3AR Telephone 01494 440095

Marlow & District Community 1st Responders

– on call to save lives in your community.

Marlow and District Community First Responders is a group of equipped volunteers, trained by South Central Ambulance Service (SCAS). Mobilised by Ambulance Control they respond to certain types of medical emergencies and initiate
treatment while the ambulance is en-route.

So why are they needed? The chances of saving a life can be greatly increased by early intervention, which can be as vital as just a minute or two. For every minute that passes following a cardiac arrest, the chances of survival decreases by 10%. Early access means, if needed, early resuscitation, early defibrillation and early advanced
life support.

This type of scheme isn’t a new concept, there are many such schemes around the country, which make a real difference and have saved many lives over the years. SCAS train responders to help patients suffering from cardiac related
problems, breathing difficulties, severe bleeding, diabetic emergencies and
unconscious casualties, all of which will benefit from early treatment.

Community First Responders can save these vital minutes as their homes are their bases, from which they are deployed simultaneously with the Ambulance by Ambulance Control. Because their homes are in the locality, they should arrive before the Ambulance to provide emergency life support and reassurance to relatives and friends.

If you would like to show your support for the job they do, why not sponsor a piece of equipment or make Marlow and District Community First Responders your charity for next year. They are a voluntary organization, therefore they have to raise the funds to operate the scheme. They are supported by St John Ambulance and South Central Ambulance Service, but there are items they have to provide for themselves. Items such as magnetic signs to put on the sides of responder vehicles, additional kits and defibrillators to expand the team, and many more pieces of equipment could increase efficiency and make a life or death difference. In addition, the kit that has been kindly donated by SCAS League of Friends will eventually need replacing, therefore they require funds to cover this eventuality.

To purchase such equipment they are relying on the generosity of the public, local businesses and organizations. Marlow and District Community First Responders would be very grateful for any donation or sponsorship that you are able to provide the scheme, whether this is by raising some general funds, purchasing a defibrillator or maybe even a complete kit. In return sponsorship badges or plates could be displayed on the piece of equipment or kit bag.

It currently costs £1,575 to buy a defibrillator and a SatNav system would cost around £90-£120 for each Responder.

If you would like to find out more about Marlow Community First Responders then please contact the Scheme Leader:  Victoria Aley
                Tel. 01628 487366
                                                                         Mobile. 07852 952918

First Response NHS Link

Marlow Rowing Club
  • Committee Update - March 2014

    In this edition: The Junior Sculling Head, the Women's Eights Head, Results, Safety, the President's Fundraising Dinner and Auction and more.

  • Longridge Clean Up

    Club members turned out to support Longridge in their clean up weekend on 15th and 16th March to help recover from the flood damage.  

  • President's Fundraiser Results

    The President's Fundriasing Dinner and action was a huge success with £45,161 raised. A number of the auction items raised really good sums.

  • Club Update - Jan 2014

    January Update - news from the club

  • Flooding

    The rain over Christmas and forecast over the New Year means that we have been on red light status and for the second year running club members have been out on the Christmas Bank Holidays moving boats at Longridge to save them from flooding. The river at the club is over the landing stage, and at Longridge flooded the car park and boating area. Demolition photos here and Longridge pictures here.

  • Demolition Update - Dec 2013

    The site is now completely clear, ready for piling work to commence in the new year. Demolition took much longer (and cost much more) than expected because of several finds of asbestos in the building. We had commissioned a full demolition asbestos survey in advance but they failed to find several areas of asbestos and inevitably finding these during demolition causes delays and costs.

    During piling our main risk is that vibration from the piling will cause concern to the gas company. We have installed vibration monitoring (itself a delay and extensive cost) and the builders have considered how to manage this so we should be OK. Once that is done, actual building can commence.

    We are running a few weeks behind schedule - the asbestos delays meant that the piling company could only come in the new year not before Christmas - but should be complete in late summer 2014.

  • Rowing v Canoeing

    At the 2013 Marlow Town Regatta and Festival, Longridge Canoe Club challenged Marlow Rowing Club to a friendly race: a K4 (4-man) canoe, with Olympic class paddlers against a rowing quad (4-man) sculling boat. MRC put out a junior squad and you can see the result here:

  • Results 2013-14

    MRC results for the 2013-14 season 37 wins following 2 wins this weekend at the Oarsport Junior Head.

Charities aggregator - aggregated feeds in category West Yorkshire
In The Hotel
In The Hotel