THE Ludlow Museum at the Buttercross is getting ready to reopen again.

Providing that there are no changes to the Government rules the museum will reopen again on Monday, June 21.

This is the day that according to the Government road map for getting out of Covid-19 lockdown all restrictions will be lifted.

The museum is operated by Ludlow Town Council and a new member of staff has been appointed ahead of the re-opening.

It will be seen as good news that the museum will be open in time for the peak visitor season when large numbers of people are expected to visit Ludlow.

Local businesses will be hoping that this number will be higher this year because of a reluctance to take a holiday abroad.

By the time that the museum is ready to receive visitors again the Castle and the Assembly Rooms that has just undergone a major refurbishment will be fully open again.

The Museum will also be back open in the week that the Fringe Festival gets underway.