If you’re ditching the fake fir and feel like going au naturel this Christmas, there’s plenty of choice in and around Ludlow
When it comes to food in Ludlow our local producers and restaurants run with the best
Colliers Cookery School’s Harriet Wakeford is hosting many family members this Christmas, which means having a plan. Harry also gives us a recipe using affordable game found in local butcher shops.
Pass a fun, entertaining weekday evening at a great local pub showing off your general knowledge.
What’s the brouhaha? The new Icon Coffee cafe in St. Laurence’s Church. Guaranteed a serene setting, use the caffeine to power you up the Tower’s 201 steps for a fantastic bird’s eye view of the town.
The Slow Food Movement combines the pleasure of food with commitment to community and environment. Hannah James, co-chair of Slow Food Ludlow, explains what it means and why it resonates even in tough economic times.
Stuck for things to do this Jubilee holiday? Read the roundup of activities in Ludlow for all the family to enjoy.
Join one of these food and drink workshops/events and put your newfound knowledge to work when you entertain in the coming months.
It’s the Spring Festival spree! Back after a two-year hiatus at the Ludlow Castle on 14-15 May, it’s all barrels of fun, lashings of good food, music and of course classic cars. Tickets are available now.
We’ve made this Valentine’s Day a breeze. However you mark it, we’ve got you covered with the places to dine and shop or a quick, cosy, romantic weekend getaway close to home.