Ludlow History Tour
Series: History Tour
- Dorothy Nicolle
15th April 2019
Situated halfway along the England–Wales border, Ludlow in Shropshire was described by Sir John Betjeman as ‘probably the loveliest town in England’. With nearly 500 listed buildings, an eleventh-century castle, a wealth of heritage and its famous annual food festival in September, it is a magnet for visitors throughout the year.
In Ludlow History Tour author Dorothy Nicolle invites the reader to join her as she travels back in time to see the changes that have taken place across the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. Included are well-known and hidden aspects of the town’s heritage – its streets, buildings and landmarks. The book’s handy size and location map mean that readers can easily follow the tour for themselves and explore Ludlow’s fascinating history.