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WWI Commemorations - 100 years

To commemorate the start of WWI and the opening of the Henley Road Cemetery in 1914 - the Town Council is putting together a display of those who fought in the war, family life and those who were laid to rest in the Cemetery throughout 1914.   If you wish to add information please contact Naomi Brotherton at Ludlow Town Council - 01584 871970 or email assistant@ludlow.gov.uk


LUDLOW - Alive with History 

Ludlow Castle

 Ludlow Castle 

Ludlow festivals 

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 Ludlow Assembly Rooms

Ludlow Assembly Rooms 
Arts Centre in the heart of Ludlow. 
St Laurence's Church, Ludlow

St Laurence's Church Ludlow 









Ludlow Street scene

Ludlow Visitor  Information  

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Ludlow castle
Ludlow's recorded history begins in 1086 when the impressive castle was first developed. Ludlow Castle is situated on a hill overlooking the rivers Teme and Corve, and was built as one of a line of castles along the Marches. When it was founded by the de Lacy family of Stanton Lacy between 1086 and 1094 the castle would have occupied a much smaller area than it does now. The orginal planned town of Ludlow was laid out from the castle gates very soon afterwards.


Broadgate arch, Ludlow

Today, aspects of Ludlow's original Norman street plan are still in evidence, and the town centre features nearly 500 Listed Buildings from succeeding eras. The many fine examples of period architecture include St Laurence's Church, the Feathers HotelDeGrey's Tea Rooms and Ludlow Assembly Rooms, which houses Ludlow's  Arts Centre. 


Check out 'The Ludlow Guide' to find out more!!
Ludlow also boasts a wealth of independent retailers including ironmongers, clothes retailers, potters, handmade chocolates, galleries,  high quality gift shops, cafes, tea rooms, restaurants and Ludlow Maket.  Ludlow is also a fair trade town, and celebrates a 'slow food' culture.


DeGrey's Tea Room, Ludlow

As you might expect of a town that enjoys a great reputation for fine food, Ludlow has a wealth of charming cafés, tea rooms, and excellent restaurants that specialize in delicious, locally sourced fare from a wide range of small-scale artisan food producers including butchers, bakers and brewers. 


historic scene of Ludlow

For those curious about history Ludlow Museum is a great place to start, or Ludlow Historical Research Group, which is an active historical society with a vibrant membership and a very well respected programmme of research and publications. A weekly Advice Service is held each Tuesday 2.30pm - 4.30pm at Ludlow Library. 



Ludlow Festival stage in Ludlow castle

The magnificently preserved ruin of  Ludlow Castle still plays a central role hosting the Ludlow Festival, Ludlow Food & Drink FestivalMedieval Christmas Fayre and Marches Transport Festval.




Vintage Car, Ludlow Choir, Ludlow Food Festival, Ludlow MarketMAKE THE MOST OF YOUR STAY - For information to help plan your visit to historic Ludlow and the beautiful surrounding Shropshire countryside

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