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Two arrested in connection with county lines

Two men have been arrested in connection with county lines after a drugs warrant was carried out in Ludlow.
Last Saturday, a parked car prevented resurfacing of an area of the road opposite Tesco

Call for residents and visitors not to park overnight on Corve Street Ludlow next Saturday

Ludlow councillors are calling for residents and visitors not to leave their cars on Corve Street overnight on Saturday 25 February.
The National Trust’s Carding Mill Valley team will be rather bird brained this February half term

Feathery Fun this half term in Carding Mill Valley

The National Trust’s Carding Mill Valley team will be rather bird brained this February half term.
Carrs Billington has opened the Ludlow Country Store after completing the letting of a modern retail warehouse in the town

Carrs Billington opens its first Shropshire Country Store In Ludlow

A company which specialise in agricultural and rural supplies has opened its first store in Shropshire.
Sarah Price and Suzanne Boak from Islabikes trying the delicious cakes delivered by Thomas from Working Together

South Shropshire charity launches new food delivery service

A south Shropshire a charity dedicated to supporting people with learning difficulties is trialling a new food delivery service in the Ludlow area.
Andy Boddington, Shropshire Councillor for Ludlow North; Jane Hunt, Beam volunteer; Tim Gill, Mayor of Ludlow; Tracey Huffer, Shropshire Councillor for Ludlow East; Natalie Deakin, Children’s Society; Erica Garner, Ludlow town councillor and Young Shropshire Into Work

Ludlow Young Health launches during Children’s Mental Health Week

Last week saw the inaugural session of Ludlow Young Health, a wellbeing and mental health advice drop-in service.
Remi Harris

Escape the winter chill with a night of hot jazz

Jazz up a cold winter evening and catch local guitarist Remi Harris at the Ludlow Mascall Centre on Saturday, 23 February.
Catherine Bray (Manufacturing Growth Manager), Andy Styles (Heelman) and Caroline Cattle (MBIG Programme Manager)

Ludlow manufacturer invests for growth

A family-owned manufacturing business in Ludlow has expanded its base thanks to two grants supported by the Marches LEP.
Volunteers working on the Long Mynd. Photo: National Trust

Volunteers on the Long Mynd achieve great results for wildlife and people

The volunteers who help to look after the Long Mynd have worked exceptionally hard in the past year to improve habitats for wildlife.
Dating from Norman times, the restaurant has the feel of a medieval great hall with its stone walls, tapestry and chandelier

Ludlow’s Old Downton Lodge Scoops Four AA Rosettes

Old Downton Lodge in Ludlow has just been awarded the prestigious honour of four AA rosettes, recognising its high standard of culinary offerings.
At the tree planting ceremony are Michelle Hodnett (Independent Living Co-Ordinator), Duncan Forbes (Interim Connexus CEO), Philip Dunne (Ludlow MP), Anne and Tim Toft (Ley Gardens/Lawley Close residents)

Trees planted as part of the Queen’s Commonwealth Canopy project

Five trees have been planted at the Ley Gardens sheltered housing development, Church Stretton, as part of the Queen’s Commonwealth Canopy.
A view from The Burway with Church Stretton in the distance

Walker injured whilst on The Burway in Church Stretton

A walker fell and sustained injuries whilst on The Burway in Church Stretton yesterday.


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