Ludlow market and Local Services during lockdown
The government is putting the country into a second lockdown from Thursday 5 November.
This will impact Ludlow market, but other local services will be unaffected.
Ludlow market will remain open for essential food sellers, local produce, and take away food.
Whilst not permitted to trade on the market, other traders may offer a delivery service, and we will bring you details via Ludlow Market Facebook. Traders really appreciate the support they have received during this difficult time, and will continue to support their customers to the best of their ability in these difficult times.
Play Areas at the Linney, Wheeler Road, and Houseman Crescent will remain open.
Amenity areas at Castle Gardens and St John’s Garden will remain open.
The town’s Christmas lights will continue to go up, and the tree arrives in a couple of weeks.
Henley Road Cemetery will remain open for burials following government regulations and is open for family members to visit graves.
Virtual council and committee meetings will continue via Zoom. Further details about the lockdown can be found at www.ludlow.gov.uk, and Ludlow Town Council Facebook.
Ludlow Museum at the Buttercross will remain closed and staff will continue to develop the online presence.
Please stay safe during the lockdown.
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