LUDLOW will go green on Sunday.

This year’s Ludlow Green Festival, the 23rd consecutive one, will take place in Castle Square on Sunday, July 10.

Basing its theme on the idea of C.P.R. (Climate, Planet, Recovery), it hopes to provide opportunities for visitors to the festival of all ages to explore and learn about what is being done now, and what more could be done in the future to mitigate the effects of climate change.

It is very much a family day, involving lots of interactive activities for children, such as making bug hotels and bird boxes, getting involved in art workshops, taking part in quizzes, and going on exciting bush craft walks.

Ludlow 21, the organiser promises that most of the area’s environmental groups will be present, either running stalls, leading workshops or giving talks, and there will be lots of opportunities to find out how people can, adapt their lives.