Ludlow and the Shropshire Hills News
Come along to Blists Hill Victorian Town over the late summer Bank Holiday weekend, dressed as a pirate or your favourite character from Robert Louis Stevenson’s novel, Treasure Island. From Saturday 28th to Monday 30th August, the open-air museum in Shropshire’s Ironbridge Gorge will be running a special literary themed event with actors recreating scenes from the famous maritime book of mutiny and buried treasure.
Budding amateur sleuths and would-be private detectives will have the chance to help Sherlock Holmes and Dr Watson solve a mysterious crime, which has taken place at Blists Hill Victorian Town in the Ironbridge Gorge during the weekend of Saturday 14th and Sunday 15th August. Youngsters will also be able to try their hands at forensic science during the two-day event by taking each others finger prints, printing reward posters and matching plaster cast footprints to different shoes.
A local Food Centre is getting involved in the Real Bread Campaigns Local Loaves for Lammas event that takes place on July 31st and August 1st.
A team of three jam and pickle makers at a local food producer are celebrating their win at this years Guild of Fine Foods Great Taste Awards.
On Friday July 30th a CBBC film crew visited a South Shropshire Food Centre to film a new TV series.
Cromwells men are in town, and they are looking for new recruits to join the Parliamentarian forces this summer at Stokesay Castle!
Professional Production Company to Perform Murder Mystery Play during August and September
Allow yourself to relax in complete comfort this Summer with an extended stay at Fishmore Hall, located in the picturesque Shropshire countryside
From 11-19 September, Herefordshire & the Welsh borders thriving arts & crafts community open up their workshops & studios to visitors.
Join us on Saturday 31st July, at 10am, for a guided bus tour from Churchstoke to find out more about the fascinating heritage of the Stiperstones and Cordon Hill area.