Category Archives: Ludlow News

Ludlow

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Welcome to The Ludlow Ludlow, Shropshire Ludlow is a thriving medieval market town and an architectural gem with a lively community feel, busy with events and festivals throughout the year. The historic town centre is situated on a cliff above the River Teme and is surrounded by the beautiful countryside of south Shropshire and the […]

Ludlow Markets

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Welcome to Ludlow Market Award winning market trading every Monday, Wednesday, Friday & Saturday all year Local to Ludlow logo PRODUCE MARKET A local produce market held monthly – every 2nd and 4th Thursday.

Ludlow Brewery Visitors Centre

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Brewery Tap Visit Ludlow Brewery and we’ll personally show you around our working brewery. We don’t do formal guided tours but we’re always happy to talk beer! Why not try some of our lovely ales during your visit? And, if you’ve worked up a thirst with all the talk of beer, we’ve got a fully […]

Acton Scott Historic Working Farm

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Historic Working Farm ‘Tom Acton is a leading authority on Victorian farming and his enthusiasm is evident, for in an age when most landowners obliterated all trace of the past to modernize their property, the Actons lovingly preserved the history and heritage of theirs.’ David Upshal, Executive Producer, ‘Victorian Farm’. Situated in the estate’s 18th […]

Ludlow is second best market town in Britain

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Ludlow took second place in the Britain’s Favourite Market Town category of the Countryfile Magazine Awards 2012. It was beaten to first place by Louth in Lincolnshire, while Richmond in North Yorkshire came third. Ludlow was nominated by countryside writer and TV presenter Nicholas Crane. Mr Crane last year championed the town in his BBC2 […]

Ludlow ranked with the top destinations

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Ludlow’s tourism industry has been given a new boost after it was named by a best-selling author as one of the planet’s “must see” destinations. American author Patricia Schultz has included Ludlow in her book, ‘1,000 Places to See Before You Die’. Ludlow is put in such esteemed and exotic company as New York’s mighty […]