Spring festival

Starting the ball rolling with this year’s foodie events is Ludlow’s Spring Festival, which is held in the grounds of Ludlow Castle on the weekend of Saturday 16 and 17 May.

There will be more than 200 real ales, local fruit-flavoured liqueurs, ciders and perry on sale, and plenty of opportunities to seek out new favourites and sample reginal breweries. With a range of over 60 regional food and drink producers exhibiting, along with talks and trails, it promises to provide something for everyone’s taste buds to savour.

For more information and ticket details visit – ludlowspringfestival.co.uk.
CAPTION – Photo by Shropshire and Beyond.

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