A wide range of arts, community and cultural events spread over two weeks. Check out the website for details of the many individual events. https://www.ludlowfringe.co.uk/whats-on
Tenbury Music Festival is all about supporting live music and giving younger musicians a chance to experience playing at a Festival with more experienced and well known bands through a project called Grapevine. We are a not for profit festival ran by volunteers with profits donated to the Teenage Cancer Trust.
The annual Ludlow Green Festival, the biggest event of its type in the region is taking place on Sunday July 14th. This year’s theme ‘21 Years and counting’, inspired by the 21 years that Ludlow 21,the organising body has been in operation. The Green Festival has invited schools and youth groups to get involved with their idea of what the world will look like in 21 years from now. Other activities on the day include a mega swap of clothes and toys, craft activities, cookery demos and ‘bee bomb’ making workshops and an environmentally-conscious market, along with hot food, live music and local beer. Plus also don’t forget the highly inspiring Wrigley Field Allotments being open to members of the public from 11 until 4pm, just a short walk away.
Exciting day out in beautiful South Shropshire. Livestock, horses, trade stands, shopping, craft demonstrations, conservation, village green and entertainment for all ages including Atkinson Action Horses, Ye Olde Redtail Falconry, Aldabra Giant Tortoises.
8.00 a.m. – 7.00 p.m. Advance tickets £15.00, Juniors (12-16 years) £5.00. Children 11 years and under enter FREE.
Tickets on-line at www.burwartonshow.co.uk
The UK’s first-ever food festival celebrates its Silver Jubilee. To mark this momentous milestone, Ludlow Food Festival is hosting a spectacular line up of demonstrations, talks, workshops and tastings – as well as showcasing 180 top-quality local food and drink producers from across the Marches.
Held in the stunning historic surroundings of the town’s medieval Castle, the Festival features 4 live cooking demonstration stages. Attracting some of the most eminent names on the food scene – from Michelin starred chefs to respected food writers.
2020 DATES AND OPENING TIMES:
Friday 15th May: 5pm-9pm (only Festival Pub is open)
Saturday 16th May: 10am to 9pm
Sunday 17th May: 10am – 5pm
A FULL WEEKEND OF ECLECTIC MUSIC
Starting on Friday 15th May 5pm – 9pm, then all weekend! See you there!
We have over 60 of the finest food and drink exhibitors to tempt your taste buds! Be prepared to stock up on your favourites and discover new ones too…
SIBA & CRAFT BEER
Brewers from some of the biggest names in the region, including Hobsons, Corvedale, Brecon Brewery, Wye Valley, Ludlow Brewery and more will share the secrets behind your favourite tipple. Not only will you be able to sample the huge selection of beers – you’ll also have the opportunity to find out when they were brewed, what ingredients went into them and why they developed their characteristic flavours. It’s worth noting at this point that when it’s gone, it’s gone!
MARCHES TRANSPORT FESTIVAL
Sat 11th & Sun 12th May 2019
Alongside the 12th Ludlow Spring Festival – both events being held in the beautiful surrounds of Ludlow Castle.
LUDLOW FOOD FESTIVAL 2020
DATES & OPENING TIMES:
Fri 11th September 2020: 10-5pm
Sat 12th September 2020: 10-6.30pm
Sun 13th September 2020: 10-5pm
We have over 180 exhibitors, predominantly from Ludlow and across the Welsh Marches!
Discover your favourite foods and try something new!
We bring together a thrilling line-up of chefs, food writers, producers and authors across the weekend. They’ll be sure to entertain and inspire.
From vegan and vegetarian cooking, to meat and fish, we have something for everyone on each day of the Festival.