Oliver Farr has been competing in the 888poker.com PGA EuroPro Tour Championship at Woburn.
James Clifford also netted for Wayne Whitbread’s side, who are now 10th in the division.
Danny Gower missed a last-minute penalty in Saturday’s first-round clash after Jamie Marsh had fired them ahead from the spot.
Colin Powell’s men were thumped 9-0 at home against Herefordshire villagers Bartestree last month.
Andrew Richards bagged a brace, while Gavin Hughes, skipper Stuart Richards, Matt Hall and Brendan Pratt also netted for Ludlow.
James Key will be hoping to bounce back from a narrow defeat at Orme Boxing Club’s show last week.
KINGTON YFC has held its annual dinner and dance at Titley Village Hall.
Fartown Barn, Pensax, Worcestershire
The Gardens, Clows Top
Robbie Godding, Ben Price and Tom George also hit the target for Chris Shurmer’s rampant side.
Like many other towns, Ludlow has experienced one of the most difficult financial years in living memory, a drop in customer spending, and unexpected and lengthy road closures resulting in unpredictable footfall.
FANS of Charles Dickens are in for a treat next week as the Judge’s Lodging in Presteigne presents Cambridge Touring Theatre’s production of The Illustrated Hard Times.
THE Regal in Tenbury Wells presents a varied menu of entertainment this week, starting tomorrow with the Upbeat Beatles, who bring their Long and Winding Road Tour to the venue. The band promises “no tricks, no backing tracks – just great…
The match is being played at Castle’s Love Lane ground on Sunday.
TENBURY LIBRARY CHOIR – Come and hear Tenbury’s very own community choir. Tenbury Library, December 10, 11.45am. The choir has been going for just over a year and will be singing a selection of its repertoire and some seasonal songs including The…
HALF A century ago, a g roup of mop-haired young men from Merseyside were paid just £100 to play at a Tenbury pub.
A CINEMA ticket has a whole new meaning when the lights go down in Tenbury.
COUNTRY MARKET – at Mayfair from 9.15am-11.45am tomorrow (Friday).
SHARE CHRISTMAS DAY WITH OTHERS – Will you be on your own on Christmas Day this year? There will be a warm welcome in Bishop’s Castle for people of any age or circumstances who would like to share their Christmas with others. Get in touch with…
THIS week the Advertiser kickstarts a campaign to bring vital lifesaving equipment kit to Ludlow and train volunteers to use it.
CHARITY BINGO – Charity prize bingo event in aid of Midlands Air Ambulance on November 25 at St John’s Ambulance Smithfield car park, Lower Galdeford, Ludlow. Doors open 7pm, eyes down at 7.30pm. Raffle and tombola, refreshments available.
EVANS Herbert Cyril (Bert). Peacefully at Four Rivers Nursing Home, Ludlow on November 11th, 2012, aged 91 years. Greatly missed and much loved brother, father, grandfather and great grandfather. Funeral Service at Hereford Crematorium on Monday,…
DAVIDSON John Harley (Jack), of Knowbury, passed away peacefully at home on November 8th, 2012, aged 87 years. Beloved husband of Margaret and cherished dad of Jennifer, Nigel and Cheryl. An adored granddad and special father in law. Loved and dearly…
TOWN Joyce Mary. Formerly of Ludlow. Peacefully in the Princess of Wales Hospital, Bridgend on Wednesday, November 7th, 2012, aged 96 years. Wife of the late Cyril Town. Loving mother and mother in law of Julie and Graham. Caring grandmother and…
BLOUNT Joan Edith. Of Knighton on Teme. Suddenly and unexpectedly at home on October 30th, 2012, aged 82 years. Loving wife of the late Thomas Henry Blount, a much loved mother and grandmother who will be sadly missed by all her Family and Friends.…
HOWELLS Nellie November 14th, 2003 Loved and remembered every day. From Val, Martin, Graham, Elaine, Brian, Doreen, Bob and Sue x
BROWN - ARMOUR Joe November 13th Our hearts still ache with sadness, Tears for you still fall, Living without you is the hardest part of all. Your loving wife Joyce and Family.
EADES Danielle Congratulations on getting a First Class Honours Degree All the best for the future Lots of love Mum and Dad xxxx
IT was with a mixture of dismay and incredulity that I learned of the imminent threat to the future trading ability of Poyners Drapers, Broad Street, Ludlow. Situated as it is in the heart of the town and being one of only three remaining ‘all our…
I AM delighted to see that Shropshire Council has decided to consider changes to the parking strategy in Ludlow.