LUDLOW has paid its tribute to Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh, who died on Friday, April 9, aged 99.

The Duke of Edinburgh would have been 100 yers old on June 10.

Tim Gill, mayor of Ludlow, the deputy mayor Robin Pote and town clerk Gina Wilding took part in a small socially distanced ceremony in the town centre.

Because of the period of national mourning the Town Council postponed three meetings although Tenbury Town Council went ahead with its annual residents meeting and town council meeting three days after the Duke died.

In Ludlow a meeting of the Representational committee that was to have been on Wednesday, April 21 is now on Wednesday, April 28,

The full council meeting that was to have been on Monday, April 19 is now taking place on Monday, April 26 and the annual town residents meeting scheduled for Monday, April 26 will now take place on Monday, June 21, the day that it is planned for all Covid-19 restrictions to be lifted.