Ludlow in winter

Junior Community Awards

Dog Day 2017

Mock interviews at Ludlow College

Representatives of 14 organisation that received awards from Ludlow Rotary Cares

Representatives of the 4 main beneficiaries of Dog Day 2017

Switch on of Tree of Light 2017

Medieval Fayre Mulled Wine Stall 2017

Rotakids at Clee Hill School planting purple crocus for End-Polio-Now


About Ludlow


Ludlow is a town of outstanding beauty and has a fascinating history. In the 1300’s Ludlow became the country’s second centre of royal and political intrigue and its castle held the two young princes before they were murdered in the Tower. Prince Arthur, son of Henry VII and older brother of Henry (who later become Henry VIII), died here while on honeymoon with his bride, Catherine of Aragon, and his heart is said to be buried within the walls of St. Laurence’ Church in the town centre.

Once a major centre of commerce, and nowadays popular for its scenic beauty, gourmet food and several annual festivals, Ludlow boasts over 500 listed buildings – many of them superbly timbered and well preserved. Among these we cannot fail to highlight its magnificent 800-year-old Parish Church and Norman castle, both regionally acclaimed as venues for the arts, culture and festivals.