An iconic statue in Marlow has been restored.

The Frohman Memorial statue, which is situated on The Causeway, was given a good clean at the start of the month.

The statue was created by sculptor Leonard Merrifield and was erected in the town in 1924.

It was placed in the town in memory of Charles Frohman, who died in the sinking of the ocean liner Lusitania during the First World War in 1915.

Mr Frohman was a popular theatre producer and often visited Marlow.