Join the fun of the tractor run when farmers show off their gleaming machinery on a route through town. Orgainsed by the Orleton Young Farmers Club this charitable event is part of the Ludlow Winter Festival.
Looking for scary feels this Halloween? Do we have the guide for you! Some of the best Halloween fun for the family in the Ludlow area.
This is one for the kids! Learn more about coat of arms on the battlefield with Ludlow Castle’s new heraldry trail.
Ludlow Ukrainian Refugee Support Group has lots going on in August! If you want to join in the efforts, read on.
For a day’s sheer fun and entertainment, you cannot beat a county or dog show. Here are five for you to do in July and August.
The Ludlow Eco Carnival is only 10 days away. Here’s how you can take part by helping out, dressing up and making pledges.
Live well and spend the month of June with friends and family doing these fun activities.
Ludlow Fringe’s Jess Laurie tells LGL about exciting family workshops that will inspire your creativity this Easter
Ludlow’s annual rites of spring are our Festivals. Here’s our pick of the best events happening from March to June.
LGL joins the fabulous team at Ludlow Castle to bring you great ideas for half-term from pizza baking and fossil hunting to nature trails and bike riding.
We’ve just made it a whole lot easier to find fun activities for you and your little ones with a handy list of groups in the area.
It’s easy to do this Easter safely and socially distanced in the Ludlow area with our list of wide-ranging activities suitable for everyone and from going out to staying in.
Joanna Macleod, a local Ludlow mum to a toddler, says quarantine upended their daily routine, but her little family are slowly creating another centred indoors.
Finding Father Christmas, sparkling lights on a steam train and getting covered in mud are just a few of the things on our Christmas wish list this year…
We’ve rounded up 5 of the best local, Easter-themed events so now all you have to do is hunt for eggs.
Nicola North, mum of twins and Voluntary Training Development Office at the Working Together Cafe on Fish Street