It’s all happening online. A guide to some of the activities and events in our local area that are now online for you to enjoy.
New contributor to LGL, Nicole Landers, a plant ecologist, made a whirlwind move from upstate New York to the outskirts of Ludlow just over a year ago — it’s been quite the journey!
Daisy loves walks with her owner, JD, and clambering up summits around Ludlow for some of the best inspiring views.
Explore Croft Castle’s Pokehouse Wood walk in nearby Aymestrey and don’t forget to bring a flask of something warm while enjoying the views, writes Laura Bradley.
JD and dog, Daisy, make it to the top of Shropshire’s third highest hill, Titterstone Clee, finding joy in the expansive views across counties in England and Wales.
Our dog Daisy wanders around amongst daffodils, while owner JD ponders on the sheer determination and beauty of Spring in Ludlow.
Keeping your dog on a structure and routine, advises Marie Yates, will help them transition to the time when you’re no longer at home.
We still need to walk our dogs while maintaining our social distance of course. Marie Yates offers an action plan to keep your dog energised as we self isolate.
With all the rainy weather, it might be a tad difficult to take your dogs outdoors, Marie Yates, director of Canine Perspective, offers a few tips to keep you both entertained inside.
If you prefer hitting the trails with your dog, you may want to join other like-minded souls who prefer the same with the new Ludlow Runners’ Canicross Group.
Daisy sniffs out a new trail that begins at one of Ludlow’s local butchers and ends at another. She and a friend also take in The Stagg at Titley for a walk and lunch
The Cinnamon Trust is urgently seeking volunteers to help a resident of Ludlow with dog walking support for their lovely dog Gertie, a 13 year old terrier cross.
Our dog Daisy is back and training for a half marathon. She makes her grand debut at a weekly Ludlow parkrun and has a howl of a time.
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