Get ready for the Ludlow Food Festival 9-12 September 2022

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Written byClaire Hunte

Ludlow Food Festival rolls out the red carpet for attendees this September with a fabulous line-up of who’s who from across the industry, doing what they do best with talks, demonstrations and workshops on offer.

In partnership with Wardington’s Original Ludlow Gin, Ludlow Food Festival hosts three jam-packed days of food in the grounds of Ludlow Castle, which serves as a gorgeous backdrop to the proceedings.  In association with Wots Cooking, the Festival line-up brings you some of the industry’s foremost experts. Ludlow Food Festival also works closely with Slow Food throughout the year and is excited to announce a new stage dedicated to the Slow Food movement – a chance to spread the word about Slow Food’s ethos of Good, Clean, Fair food for all.

Tuck into varied delights

Known for its friendly atmosphere, our food experts dish up all that’s interesting and innovative in an intimate setting. Expect to find chef demonstrations, interactive talks, tastings and workshops. In addition, of course, the Festival features more than 150 quality local and regional exhibitors and producers; and there will be a wide variety of produce available: from artisan cheeses and charcuterie, through to unusual wines, local ciders, craft ales, and so much more.

Fire Kitchen stage

Ludlow’s ever-popular Fire Kitchen stage will be back this year. Alongside it there will also be more evening entertainment, with music and live-fire cooking for visitors to enjoy. Saturday night will see the return of the sell-out Live Fire Feast with a chance to enjoy delicious food cooked over the coals, from some of London’s finest fire chefs.

Hannah James, Events Manager for Ludlow Food Festival, said: “We are so excited to announce our line-up and share the exciting developments we’ve been working on behind the scenes. Ludlow Food Festival was the first of its kind and remains a not-for-profit event with its roots firmly placed in the local community. Our Festival visitors will enjoy the variety of producers we’ve got lined up, as well as chefs, talks, evening entertainment, exclusive dinners and lots more. All set against the stunning backdrop of Ludlow Castle, it really is a spectacular event!”

The Festival will take place Friday 9th, Saturday 10th and Sunday 11th September this year.


1-Day ticket prices:       adults £13.50

children (aged 5-13)      £4 (under 5’s are free)

Family tickets:   £33 (two adults and up to 4 children)

Two- and three-day tickets also available. Please visit the Festival’s website for further information.




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