…or how LGL editor, Claire, resolves to be better this year. Claire is resolved to up-cycle in a nod to sustainability rather than shop for new clothing. It’s all about reviving loft finds and becoming more creative with sewing skills for 2019.
If you are looking for a place of natural beauty, stunning walks and the usual bit of medieval history explore the village of Clun over the holiday season writes Dave Wright, owner of the School House B&B.
Comedian Kate Smurtwaite hits the road…by bus. Her tour includes a stop at the Sitting Room on 25 November. In the meantime, she fills us in on her feminist brand of comedy, pushing boundaries and getting hyyge.
What makes a medieval fayre so special you ask? Paul Saunders, artistic director and Prue Dakin, co-founders of Ludlow’s Medieval Fayre which is in its 20th year, reveal the splendour and magic behind it
November is fireworks, Remembrance, the early build up to Christmas and in Ludlow, the month of our uniquely fabulous Medieval Fayre. We’ve selected the best of what’s on so you can get the best out of this compassionate and colourful month
We all know the potential for leisure activities to improve health and well-being in daily life, and participating in a group adds to the pleasure. We’ve compiled a list of 9 cosy things for you to do this Autumn to stimulate mind and body.
Local theatre group, Rooftop Theatre have just announced an exciting new collaboration with Ludlow Amateur Boxing Club after a successful bid for Arts Council funding. We interview Artistic Director, Paul Sayers…
When pheasants hang outside local butchers, Andrew Francis in Ludlow the holiday season has officially begun. Chef Jose Souto, author of Feathers: Game Larder offers an easy pheasant meatball recipe and tips on cooking game.
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.