Loudwater Studio does fab work with the community and once a 'ceramic poppies’ idea for Centenary celebrations was planted it was just a matter of watching it grow.
Time to get on the move, and go running at Ludlow 10k or cycling via the Velsalopia. Fancy taking a turn on the dance floor or maybe wailing (or singing if you can carry a tune) at Mamma Mia, it’s all on in July.
Local lads behind the Be Endurance team tell us about their roster of sporting events in the Ludlow area. Hint: fantastic scenery!
A blissful day was spent at Wild Bunch’s ‘Ephemeral Spring’ flower-arranging workshop in the capable and assured hands of owner and guide, Tammy Hall.
If cooking is an art then what are food festivals? This month take your pick and head to one of the many in and around Ludlow. To feed the mind and the soul there’s poet laureate, Andrew Motion and our alternative comedy and arts festival, the Ludlow Art Fringe
Roll on the great British summer fete season. Days are longer and it’s time to get out and about. Here in Ludlow, we’ve put together NINE great ideas for you to choose from…
Wanting things to do in wet and wild April? We share our top 6 activities this month from having a laugh with Phil Jupitus to enjoying the peace and calm of Hampton Court Castle Gardens.
We've rounded up 5 of the best local, Easter-themed events so now all you have to do is hunt for eggs.
It's Easter and some of us are ready to hop on to a bike to celebrate its beginning. Kay Dartnell of Wheely Wonderful describes why Teme Valley is an ideal location for cyclists of all abilities.
March is here! It's difficult not to get excited about the start of Spring. As flowers bloom so do our ideas about what to do.
Claire Thomson, Bristol-based chef, Guardian food columnist and author of The Five O'Clock Apron grew up in Shropshire and spends five minutes to dish why buy local and what she’s looking forward to at the Ludlow Food Festival.
Who best to begin our Food Festival love-in than Guardian writer and author, Rachel Roddy, who takes five to share a few of her favourite things ahead of the Ludlow Food Festival in September.
Alice’s favourite food is home-made ice cream. She loves it so much she’s trying to start a movement declaring it a summer super food…
After May celebrations, Alice finds a gingerbread biscuit and port combo make for a refreshing no-bake summer pudding
Three easy-to-find French experiences for you to enjoy in the heart of Ludlow.
I’m not a beer lover but I found myself loving the Ludlow Brewery Tour and savouring the taste of several craft beers.
In honour of Spring and of her Grandpa and Granny Maz, Alice offers up a mouthwatering recipe that is all about lamb.
Ludlow festivals are known for sticking to what it knows best and that's food. The upcoming Ludlow Spring Festival 11-13th May is a perfect embodiment of what our lifestyle is about.
Read author and illustrator, David Gillett's wonderfully evocative piece, originally published in Canada's The Globe and Mail, as he tours around Ludlow revelling in the delights of our foodie heaven.
I love good food and enjoy experimenting with interesting flavours using good quality, healthy ingredients. Every month I will share tasty recipes that celebrate seasonal fresh ingredients that can be bought locally.
JD finds a house just isn’t a home until it’s kitted out. Escorted by her dog Daisy, she finds thankfully that the Ludlow area is filled to the brim when it comes to home decorating.
Introducing new columnist, JD…and her dog, Daisy, of course! As newcomers to Ludlow, they are your eyes and paws into the dog-friendly life of the Marches
Sharing the best walks with pictures take in the loop beginning at Mary Knoll through the Elan Valley up through Bringewood and back to the start.
We are spoilt for choice when it comes to gardens here in South Shropshire. Stockton Bury and Hampton Court Gardens are two fine examples
We officially graduated a couple of months ago to intermediate level (it was self determined but we finally stopped making cushion covers!)
The real question isn't why Ludlow, it's why not?