GLIMPSES of Ludlow’s history are on every street corner in the town centre.

Ludlow Town Trail is a free, self-guided walking tour that brings us stories from Ludlow’s 900-year history.

The town centre map and pull-out guide gives insights into the historic buildings.

There is a walking tour guiding visitors to eight different places in the streets of Ludlow, its castle, market, burgage plots, the rows, St Laurence Church, the narrows, King Street, the Bullring, Broad Street, and more.

Free copies are available as part of the Love Ludlow campaign.

Ludlow Museum at the Buttercross will open again soon, hopefully in June: dates will be notified as soon as possible.

The last in a series of online talks during lockdown was the story of Catherine of Aragon, who arrived in England from Spain in 1501 bringing with her some fabulous new fashions. She is remembered for her needlework, the introduction of Black Work embroidery from Spain, as well as being the first wife of Henry VIII.