With all the free advertising for the beauties of the ancient market town
of LUDLOW in the gorgeous Shropshire Hills in this blog
you'd think Ludlow Tourist Office would do for me what Tenby Tourist Office
have done for Fran.
Dinham Bridge and Dinham Weir
Bodenham's for Clothes.
(If you can manage to get into the shop and up the narrow
stairs safely, you will find tiny rooms full of unusual clothes.
Take your seasick pills, I swear the sloping floors move.)
This photo was taken in the afternoon.
In the morning the market is bustling.
On certain days you will find stalls selling fruit and vegetable,
and all manner of delicious foods, like game, fish, cheese,
even a stall specialising in olives.
On other days the bric-a-brac dealers turn out in force.
One of several narrow lanes leading off the Market Square.
There's hardly enough room for two pedestrians walking side by side, but, hey,
let's point out that it might be a bit of a tight squeeze for a car.
Some houses in Lower Corve Street
just one of the many streets in Ludlow which look like they have
looked for centuries.
If you'd like to have all this and more on your doorstep
there's even a large family house
for sale in the Square.
PS Ludlow Tourist Office: Only kidding.