Party takes place in Ludlow street

Party takes place in Ludlow street

An alternative dog show was held with this terrier is dressed as a pilot.

Fire/sword Juggler Paul Warburton impressed with it dare devil skills.

Pupils from Ludlow Junior school perform pop songs. Photos: EMMA MORRIS.

From left Laurie Whitley as Spiderman, Charlie Brown as a unicorn, and Eve Blakwell as a human statue.

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THE Ludlow Fringe Festival had good luck with a glorious summer day for a street party in Lower Corve Street.

There were market stalls in the street, music and other entertainment as families from the local area and visitors came together to have a good time.

It was a full day of events with the party starting at 10am and continuing into the evening.

But the party was not the only event as there was also a ‘stories from the street’ activity led by the Pentabus Theatre Company with tales based upon locations in the town.

It comprised a series of plays written by young writers and inspired by a particular place in the town that they have come to like.

For animal lovers there was also an alternative dog show with those taking part dressing up their pets.

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