LUDLOW and other market towns and villages in south Shropshire will be able to hold Remembrance commemorations and services in the normal way for the first time in two years.

Although some Covid safe rules will be guidelines, people will be applied people will be able to gather in churchyards and in churches for services on Sunday.

It will also be a chance for uniformed groups, including young people to join parades and for people to lay wreaths together.

In Ludlow the town will hold its commemoration on Sunday morning culminating in a service in St Laurence Church.

As well as Remembrance 202O, commemorations of the 75th anniversaries of VE and VJ days were curtailed last year.