To whet your appetite, let me show you a few sights of the ancient town of Ludlow, our nearest town of any size, to begin with.
The place name Ludlow, then spelt 'Ludelaue', is first recorded in 1138. It means 'hlaw' or 'low', i.e. hill or mound, beside the 'loud waters', i.e. rapids. 'Hill' may refer to the 'hill within a valley' on which Ludlow stands, or to a tumulus or burial ground.
Lower Corve Street
The Castle and Dinham Bridge over the River Teme
The Feathers Hotel (from a postcard)
Mill Street - The Wheatsheaf Inn and Town Wall
The Market Place with the Tower of St Lawrence's Parish Church
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