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MAYOR'S CHARITY EVENTS

CHARITY BLACK TIE EVENT - SATURDAY 4TH MARCH 2017

TICKETS AND BOOKING FORM NOW AVAILABLE FROM THE GUILDHALL - 35.00 EACH

Please click here for the Booking Form & Menu

 

Prizes include:-

A half-days Landrover 4x4 experience for one person and guests
Two tickets to see School of Rock performance in London
A verger guided tour for two at Westminster Abbey
3-course meal at the Feathers
Two tickets to a performance of Twelfth Night in Manchester
Afternoon tea for two at Ruthin Castle
Signed cookery book by Gino D'Acampo
Signed book A Street Cat Named Bob by James Bowen
Place on a bread making course with Swifts Bakery
4 tickets to see a performance of as the Crow Flies
Cinema tickets to the Assembly Rooms
Cinema tickets to the Courtyard Theatre
Jewellery from La Jewellery, Ludlow

and there's more...... come and find out! 


 

Holocaust Memorial Day
27 January 2017
Theme in 2017 How can life go on?

 

Click here for link to thoughts and experiences of survivors

 

 

 


 

 

HAPPY NEW YEAR 2017 

  


  

  

                                                                                 


 

 Next Meeting   

 

Policy & Finance - 27th February 2017, 7pm

 

  

 

  


  

 


 

 

MAYOR'S CHARITY EVENTS

CHARITY BLACK TIE EVENT - SATURDAY 4TH MARCH 2017

TICKETS AND BOOKING FORM NOW AVAILABLE FROM THE GUILDHALL - 35.00 EACH

Please click here for the Booking Form & Menu

 

 

 

Prizes include:-

A half-days Landrover 4x4 experience for one person and guests
Two tickets to see School of Rock performance in London
A verger guided tour for two at Westminster Abbey
3-course meal at the Feathers
Two tickets to a performance of Twelfth Night in Manchester
Afternoon tea for two at Ruthin Castle
Signed cookery book by Gino D'Acampo
Signed book A Street Cat Named Bob by James Bowen
Place on a bread making course with Swifts Bakery
4 tickets to see a performance of as the Crow Flies
Cinema tickets to the Assembly Rooms
Cinema tickets to the Courtyard Theatre
Jewellery from La Jewellery, Ludlow

and there's more...... come and find out!


 

 

Shropshire Council Community Tree Scheme 2016-2017 

 

 

 Click here to see the Town Council's response to Amnesty International's Sponsored Petition on racism and xenophobia

 

  
 
 

 
 

Annual Return 2016 


 


 Ludlow Museum at the Buttercross

 Open 12th August 2016. Open Every Week.

Friday 10-4pm, Saturday 10-4pm, Sunday 10-4pm.

Closed between Christmas Eve and New Years Day. 

Adults: 1

Children: 50p

Under-fives: free

 

Follow the link to The Friends of Ludlow Museum Website


Complete Ludlow MP Philip Dunne's Surveys

Click here to go directly to his website and the surveys


 


Nominations for New Street Names in Ludlow


Annual Report for 2015-2016

Click here to read the annual report for 2015-2016

  


 


 Shropshire Council has made sandbags available outside the old depot in Coder Road Industrial Estate and in Lower Corve Street.

Weather reports are being monitored and it is anticipated that sandbags will be available in Temeside on Wednesday.  


LUDLOW COMMUNITY HEALTH NEWS


SHROPSHIRE HILLS AND LUDLOW 2015

 


CRIME REDUCTION IN SOUTH SHROPSHIRE


Shropshire Hills and Ludlow Brochure
 

Walking for Health  


Linney Riverside Park
River Teme Levels - click on link

http://apps.environment-agency.gov.uk/river-and-sea-levels/120765.aspx?stationId=2086


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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. 


Ludlow's festivals - find out more ...
Ludlow's Festivals -   Ludlow Visitor Information click here for Accommodation

C U R R E N T   N E W S  -  VISIT NEWS ZONE FOR MORE INFO



WWI 1914-1918
Centenary Commemorations

Click here for more information on the NEW interactive display.


Members are considering school sustainability in Shropshire.  

Please click here for more information

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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On 1 April 2009 Shropshire became a unitary authority called  Shropshire Council, which assumed responsibility for all services previously provided by district councilsand county county including: