I lived in Ludlow from 2011 to 2016 and spent many an hour walking around the town. On this walk we’ll begin in the Castle Square and head eastwards out of the market place calling in at Quality Square, a delightful cobbled courtyard dating back to the 16th century, for a good breakfast at ‘The Wine … Continue reading A Ludlow Walkabout
…on Valentine’s Day.
(The header shows what it should look like at this time of year) Here is a slideshow of images taken throughout the year and if you want to view each month then please follow the links at the end. One of the most beautiful things about Britain is the changing season. From the fresh greens and … Continue reading Monthly Photo Challenge: A year in Ludlow
Ludlow’s church can be seen from miles around due to its large tower. The original church was started in 1199 and added to in the fourteenth century with a decorated hexagonal porch. The chancel and the nave were built in the perpendicular style in the early 15th century. It was one of only 18 churches given a five-star rating in England’s … Continue reading The Parish Church of St Laurence, Ludlow
The Parish Church of Ludlow is crammed behind surrounding buildings so that although you can see the impressive tower from miles around, the actual church is quite hidden. Inside it is full of history, a perpendicular Gothic delight with medieval stained glass, choir stalls and misericords, chapels and tombs and even the burial-place of Prince Arthur’s … Continue reading Ludlow, St Laurence Church: Windows