Here are our top picks for September as we eke out the last of summer before moving into Autumn and the need for extra layers! As these activities show, there are still plenty of reasons to stay outdoors and to keep us moving
The river Teme in Ludlow is an idyllic setting and positioned against the backdrop of Ludlow Castle you couldn’t pick a better holiday spot than Dinham Weir House.
British figs are in season until mid October and Alice serves up a late summer menu with figs taking a star turn and all ingredients stocked in our local independent shops
Bill Sewell, food writer and restaurateur has a dream of one day opening a cafe in Ludlow. Bill offers up a few tips and quick dishes in his five minutes with…
London Honey Company’s Steve Benbow is hitting the trail – the Ludlow Sausage Trail – at the Food Festival and fancies a Lemon Surprise as his recipe of the moment
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.
Pointing you in the right direction this month. Take a look at what's on offer at a few of our independent shops...on Corve Street
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?