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Ludlow Castle. Ludlow Castle, the finest of medieval ruined castles, set in glorious Shropshire countryside, at the heart of this superb, bustling black & white market town

The Ludlow Food Centre The Earl of Plymouth's Oakly Park Estate at Bromfield extends to some eight thousand acres situated just north of Ludlow. At the centre of the estate is the Ludlow Food Centre which prides itself on selling the very best of local, seasonal, handmade and fresh produce. Up to 50% of the products they sell are actually produced on site in the eight small production units visable from the shop floor. If you like your food you will love the ludlow food centre!

Ludlow Racecourse

The Clive. The Clive Bar and Restaurant with Rooms is a unique blend of traditional and contemporary

The Historic Ludlow Ghost Walk

Local to Ludlow. Supportting the rural economy

The Bringewood. The Bringewood located in Burrington, Ludlow, opened in 2006. The renovated Victorian farm buildings, are situated in a truly idyllic setting

Ludlow Festival. Ludlow Festival makes every effort to provide facilities or make arrangements for anyone with a particular requirement as a result of any disability. It is the policy of Ludlow Festival, as far as possible, to use accessible venues and buildings and to provide assistance, if required, at all events.

Food Festival. The 2007 Ludlow Marches Food and Drink Festival was probably the best ever - or so the many happy visitors told us!.


Bishops Castle Michaelmas Fair. The Bishop’s Castle Michaelmas Fair is the best value weekends entertainment in Shropshire.

Flicks in the Sticks & Arts Alive. Welcome to Arts Alive and Flicks in the Sticks. In partnership with local volunteers we tour professional live performances and cinema all over Herefordshire and Shropshire.