The Town Council produces a quarterly magazine, The Marlovian, which is distributed to each household in Marlow, features local clubs and organisations, community news, local advertising, editorial, and much more. Copies of the latest Marlovian edition are available at the Library, The Area Office, Institute Road and at the Town Council office.
If you have an article that you would like featured in this publication, please email Jan Bailey: firstname.lastname@example.org or call Town Council office on 01628 484024.
Publication dates for 2021/2022 are:
- AUTUMN: 6th September 2021 (copy date: 13th August 2021)
- WINTER: 6th December 2021
(articles copy date: 28th October 2021
( Advertising copy date: 12th November 2021)
- SPRING: 7th March 2022
(articles copy date: 28th January 2022
(advertising copy date: 11th February 2022)
- SUMMER: 6th June 2022
(articles copy date: 29th April 2022)
(advertising copy date: 13th May 2022)
To advertise in the Marlovian, please contact Round & About Publications Ltd, Telephone: 01491 837621 or email: email@example.com
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At Round & About Publications, we constantly review many aspects of the production process as we believe that everyone should play a part in looking after our planet for future generations.
The Marlovian is printed by Stephens & George Ltd, an award-winning, environmentally-friendly printer based in the UK. Copies are produced using vegetable-based inks combined with the latest plate and press technology, all papers are sourced from well-managed sustainable forests and their vast supply chain hold many environmental accreditations. In addition to this, they hold a Climate Change Agreement along with ISO14001, ISO9001, FSC, PEFC, E2B silver award for energy improvements and E2B gold award for recycling; 98.5% of all waste is recycled.
To ensure that your copies arrive in pristine condition and with the environment constantly at the forefront of our minds, they are packed using recyclable cartons which have been made from 100% recycled materials. They can be disposed of and recycled at waste collection sites and/or collected by a variety of collection schemes across the country; please check locally for facilities within your area.