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Ludlow was described by John Betjeman as "the loveliest town in England" and by Country Life as "the most vibrant small town in the Country". Ludlow is Britain's first 'slow' town and Shropshire's gastronomic capital.
Ludlow has a lively market, food fairs, speciality food shops and more restaurants and Inns than you can shake a cocktail stick at.
With over 500 listed buildings, mainly Georgian or half-timbered, Ludlow is a feast for the eyes.
Once the home of Kings, Ludlow Castle has been described as "the epitome of what a castle ought to be" - the castle dominated life in Ludlow for centuries. As a venue for festivals and events and open air theatre, Ludlow Castle still plays a vital part today.
The Ludlow Museum gives a history of the town whilst St Laurence's Church is the custodian of the Ashes of A.E.Housman, the celebrated poet and author of A Shropshire Lad.
Ludlow hosts a number of festivals and fairs each year. The Ludlow Marches Food & Drink Festival is held every September, Ludlow Festival is held in June/July attracting performers from all over the world and in November the Medieval Christmas Fayre takes place.
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