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The town hosts the annual Ludlow food festival. Ludlow was the first UK member of Cittaslow or " slow food " movement,   but after ongoing controversy over public funding, the town is no longer a member. It supports three traditional butchers, three bakers, a regular farmers market and a range of specialist food shops.
The town has a brewery which has been producing real ale using local hops since ; it is in a renovated goods shed near the railway station.
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Centred on Ludlow Castle, where over local, small food producers showcase and sell their wares, the three-day event involves the town centre in food and drink trails including a "Sausage Trail".
The town is home to an arts and cinema centre, The Ludlow Assembly Rooms, that hosts live and streamed music, theatre, stand up comedy and talks. It acts as an arts community centre, has a visual arts gallery, and on most evenings, shows a film, from a wide variety of genres including classic, arthouseand blockbuster.
Originally from the South East, they have been delivering contemporary-styled Shakespeare since Their first Ludlow production was The Comedy of Errors in The town is described as the capital of Wales following a zombie apocalypse in the novel World War Z.
Ludlow has connections with a number of figures in the arts - most notably, Alfred Edward Housmanpoet and author of " A Shropshire Lad " his ashes were buried in the graveyard of St Laurence's Church and were marked by a cherry tree.
Stanley J. Weymanthe novelist known as the "Prince of Romance", was born in Ludlow, as was sculptor Adrian Joneswhose ashes are buried in the same churchyard. The naval historian and novelist Captain Geoffrey Bennett Sea Lion lived in Ludlow after his retirement in up to his death in and his ashes, too, were interred in the parish churchyard. Ludlow's rugby union club have their ground situated just off Linney near the castle, competing in the Midland league.
The cricket ground is near the junction of Burway Lane and Bromfield Road in the north of the town and has a picturesque setting with the castle, St Laurence's church and surrounding hills and countryside clearly visible. A privately run leisure and fitness centre, which includes a swimming pool, is on Bromfield Road on the northern edge of the town near the secondary school.
There is an amateur boxing club, situated on Wheeler Road, with its new clubhouse opening in New premises for the Advertiser were constructed in on Upper Galdeford, still called the Advertiser Buildings, but now a fast-food outlet. It has published an edition weekly ever since,  though is now the Ludlow and Tenbury Wells Advertiser and published from the Hereford Times offices in Hereford, with an editor based in Birmingham.
Other local papers include the Teme Valley Times, founded in BBC Radio Shropshirebroadcast largely from Shrewsbury, has a number of frequencies in order to cover the county's hilly terrain, and broadcasts in this part of south Shropshire on 95 FM, referred to as its Ludlow frequency.
There is a transmitting station above the town in Mortimer Forestwhich transmits Radio Shropshire and other television and radio frequencies. Ludlow is a civil parish with a town council and a mayor. Ludlow was a borough from to becoming a municipal borough in and a rural borough in ; the borough encompassed the same area as Ludlow's parish until the mid-late 19th century. Its borough status meant Ludlow was largely autonomous from the hundred of Munslow which it lay in.
Wider local government was provided by Ludlow Rural District from this rural district absorbed the borough of Ludlow incausing the change in status to a rural borough until when South Shropshire District Council with Ludlow as its seat took over along with Shropshire County Council in a two-tier arrangement.
Rural boroughs were abolished in and Ludlow's borough status at that point ended. The district councils of Shropshire were abolished in and the county now has a unitary authority called Shropshire Councilbased in Shrewsbury.
The South Shropshire District Council's offices at Stone House on Corve Street were gradually emptied of local government staff until their sale in The town council is based at the Guildhall on Mill Street, a grade I listed building,  which was the home of the town's county and magistrates' courts until their closure in The other notable civic building in the centre of town is the Buttercross named as it was the butter market at the site of the medieval High Cross ; it was the home of the town council after the demolition of the Town Hall and prior to the closure of the courts.
It is now an 'interpretation centre' for the town's architectural heritage. The boundaries of Ludlow's wards and electoral divisions were most recently reviewed in Fifteen councillors sit on the town council, representing seven wardsand elections when contested are held every four years at the same time as elections to Shropshire Council.
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The seven wards changed slightly inretaining their previous names and number of councillors they each return - they are with the number of town councillors returned given : Rockspring 2Hayton 2Bringewood 2Corve 2Whitcliffe 2Gallows Bank 3and Clee View 2. Ludlow together with nearby parishes comprise three electoral divisions, each returning one councillor to Shropshire Council in elections held every four years, the most recent being in a by-election for one of Ludlow's divisions took place in The electoral divisions comprise:.
Ludford is a separate civil parishwith its own parish council, and covers the adjoining places of Ludfor Foldgate, Steventon, the Sheet and Rocks Green. Until an area of land at the foot of Old Street, called Holdgate Feewas a detached part of Ludford parish in the town itself. Ludlow Castle was a parish of its own, contained within the castle's walls and the immediate hillside; it was abolished in and ceded to Ludlow's civil parish. The civil parish of East Hamletcreated in covered a limited area to the east of the town; this parish was largely absorbed by Ludlow's parish as the town expanded into it inand finally in when it was abolished.
Ludlow's parish in expanded into Ludford to the east taking in Holdgate Fee and the Steventon New Road area ; another two expansions into Ludford in involved taking in the Whitcliffe which had been acquired by the burgesses of Ludlow already in the 13th century  and a further part to the east the Gallows Bank area.
For representation to the House of CommonsLudlow falls within the Ludlow constituencywhich has its origins in shortly after Ludlow had become a parliamentary boroughand which until returned two burgesses to Parliament.
In modern times the Ludlow constituency covers a large area of southern Shropshire including Bridgnorth. The current member of Parliament for Ludlow is Philip Dunnewho has held the seat since The town has regular outdoor markets held on Castle Square, an area that was enlarged in with the demolition of the Town Hall which was also known as Market Hall.
General markets are held on Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays and Saturdays. Specialist markets examples being crafts, antiques, local produce are held on occasional Thursdays and Sundays.
They are run by the town council. Ludlow has three primary schools an infant school, a junior school and a 'combined' primary school for children agedand a secondary school - the Ludlow Church of England School - for pupils aged Ludlow College is a sixth form college in the town centre, formed by the merger of the town's boys grammar school and girls high school. Prior to its merger with Herefordshire College in it was one of the oldest educational institutions in the country, dating back some years.
It had until recently several inpatient and outpatient departments and wards, as well as a minor injuries unit. West Mercia Police have a police station on Lower Galdeford.
Its front counter closed in Voluntary aid society, the British Red Crosshas a hall in the Smithfield car park, just off Lower Galdeford, and adjacent to the fire station. Ludlow falls within the Church of England's Diocese of Hereford and since is a suffragan see with its own suffragan bishopthe Bishop of Ludlowthe only such bishop in the diocese. There has long been an Archdeacon of Ludlowhistorically known as the Archdeacon of Shropshire, overseeing the other parishes in the southern part of the county the part of the Hereford diocese that is within Shropshire.
The construction also involved novel reinforced concrete technology. The Byzantine design continues inside, with a blue dome with twelve gold-leaf stars representing St Peter and the other Apostles. St Peter's chapel, within the castle, is now a ruin. Both were dissolved in The White Friars site became the town's cemetery inwith a new church constructed, dedicated to St Leonard a St Leonard's chapel existed on the corner of Corve Street and Linney in medieval times.
The St Leonard's graveyard and church still exist but are no longer used for burials or worship instead the church building is now a commercial premises. The Austin Friars site became the town's livestock market the Smithfield and is now a public car park. Ludlow has three twinning arrangements. Robert Mascall die a medieval Carmelite friar who served as the Bishop of Hereford from to was born at Ludlow. Thomas Holland in Ludlow - was an English Calvinist scholar and theologian and one of the translators of the King James Version of the Bible.
Sir Timothy Littleton c - was an English judge and politician who sat in the House of Commons for Ludlow between and Admiral James Vashon - was born in the nearby Herefordshire village of Eye and then lived in Ludlow, on Broad Street, following his distinguished service in the Royal Navy. He died in the town and is buried at St Laurence's.
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A civic society blue plaque commemorates him at 54 Broad Street;  there is a Vashon Close in Ludlow's eastern suburbs. Thomas Johnes in Ludlow - was an MP, landscape architect, farmer, printer, writer and social benefactor. The painter Samuel Scott - moved to Ludlow in Weyman in Ludlow - was an English writer of historical romance. Notable people associated with the town include Charles Badham -a Victorian scholar and professor at Sydney University and Thomas Wright - an English antiquarian and writer.
Ludlow was birthplace of historian Charles Lethbridge Kingsford -when his father was headmaster at Ludlow Grammar School. Born near the town was John Marston -the founder of the Sunbeam racing car and motorcycle company. Also born in proximity to Ludlow was Henry Hill Hickman -a very early pioneer of anaesthetics, at Lady Halton, near Bromfield.
Pictorialist photographer Henry Peach Robinson - was born in the town. Captain Adrian Jones MVO in Ludlow -the well-known sculptor has many works throughout the world, particularly the Peace Quadriga on the Wellington arch in London, and his ashes are buried at St Laurence's church. Captain Geoffrey Bennett DSC -Fellow of the Royal Historical Societynaval officer and a well-known author, writing novels such as 'Sea Lion' and naval histories under his own name, retired to a cottage in central Ludlow inwhere he died.
Baron Rees of Ludlow bornthe current Astronomer Royal is associated with the town, and Anthony Howard -a senior British political journalist, obituary writer, and social commentator had a home there. The author P.
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John Fitzgerald - was a Carmelite friar, priest, poet and philosopher from Ludlow. Kate Charles born an American crime writer, lives in Ludlow. Lucy Jones born a British painter and printmaker, also lives in Ludlow. Dick Heckstall-Smith - from Ludlow was an English jazz and blues saxophonist.
Sheena Porter born a British author of children's novels, lives in Ludlow. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. This article is about the town in Shropshire, England. For other uses, see Ludlow disambiguation. Human settlement in England. West Midlands.
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