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Ludlow Calendar of Events 2015
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River Teme Levels

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Recycling Dates Christmas 2014 / New Year 2015

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Christmas Competition Winner

The Lucky winner is Keeley Evans, aged 6 from Ludlow Infant School who has won a ride with Santa in his Reindeer
Pulled Sleigh through Ludlow Town Centre to the Grotto this Saturday 29th November

2014 christmas image winner

 


 

FREEDOM OF LUDLOW

received by the Royal Welsh  

SATURDAY 20TH SEPTEMBER 2014 

The Royal Welsh accepted the Freedom of Ludlow on 20 September 2014 at Ludlow Castle. The Freedom Scroll was presented by the Mayor of Ludlow Cllr Paul Draper in celebration of the 325th anniversary of the 23rd of Foot, The Royal Welch Fusiliers being raised at Ludlow Castle in 1689. 

Followed by a parade through the street of Ludlow to exercise the freedom, right, privilege, honour and distinction of marching through the streets of the Town of Ludlow on all ceremonial occasions with Colours Flying, Drums Beating and Bayonets Fixed.

 

Thank you to the residents of Ludlow and local businesses - the streets were lined, flags were waved and the Royal Welsh cheered in voice and in heart!  It was a proud day for Ludlow - thank you to everyone who turned up and created a wonderful community atmosphere. 

Click on image above to see clips from Ludlow castle and click here to see The Royal Welsh parade in Ludlow.  
CLICK HERE FOR IMAGES OF BEHIND THE SCENES PREPARATION, THE CEREMONY IN THE CASTLE

 


 

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The historic market town of Ludlow is celebrated for its distinctive individual charm. Ludlow Town Council (LTC) is proud to be actively involved development of Ludlow for the benefit of residents and visitors. 

Ludlow still retains elements of its original medieval layout and has nearly five hundred listed buildings. Arguably, the most famous is the magnificently preserved ruin of Ludlow Castle dating from 1085. 


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CURRENT A G E N D A
Next meeting: 
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Representational Committee - Wednesday 17th December 2014 - 7pm
Full Council - Monday 1st December 2014 - 7pm



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EMPLOYMENT TRIBUNAL JUDGEMENT
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ANNUAL REPORT 2012 / 13

 


 

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WWI 1914-1918
Centenary Commemorations

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Mayor Making Ceremony 2014


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