Sunday 14 July 2019 10am – 4pm Castle Square
Inspiring projects & activities
A Sustainable Kitchen with local chef Hamish Dolphin: how to cut down on meat, plastic & waste – demo at 12.30.
Children’s cookery workshops at 11.00 & 2.30.
Clothes & Toy Swap Bring your old stuff, take home some new stuff, give the leftovers to a good cause and have some fun while you’re at it – no money needed! There will be rails, hangers and a table for accessories there on the day. Come and add your things then browse. Everyone and anyone welcome.
Seed bombs Promote biodiversity & have fun in the process by making your own seed bombs.
Green Festival banner making courtesy of Scrappies.
‘Print your own green slogan’ tee-shirt making.
Creative seascape experience by Ludlow Scouts & Cubs.
Soap box – stand up & have your say in between music acts! Contact Ian Urry on the day.
Electric Bikes Display Come and view and ask questions about the latest range of electric bikes.
Ludlow Brewery Bar Our favourite local ale brewery will be providing a bar that will help quench your thirst and help oil the atmosphere.
1000 Jess Prentice – solo guitar and vocal artist
1100 Mirasmus – an ethereal mix of faerie folk and enchantment
1200 Birdbrother – original, melodic guitar with beautiful vocals
1300 Vintage Jazz Revival – plenty of recognisable songs with a repertoire based on the jazz of New Orleans, from the late 1800s of Dixieland through to the era of trad jazz in the 1920s, 30s and 40s
1400 Stoned Cherries – a folk roots band from Bromyard, playing with verve, passion and a sprinkling of humour
1500 Clee Liberty – an eclectic range to suit all tastes
Market Hall end
1000 Dance and theatre
1100 Kate Thompson
1200 High Variety
1300 Tom C
1400 No Mike
1500 Shanty singers
Ludlow 21 is a local voluntary group established in 1998 to promote sustainable living in the Ludlow area within a fair and just global society. We are an independent body with no political or council ties.
We are the principal independent voice for local sustainability, with very active groups that focus on fair-trade, recycling, transport, education, food & farming, swifts and more – not least organising the Green Festival!
Visit our stall to find out more.
11am – 4pm. A 10 minute walk from the town centre to the Allotments Open Day, where gardeners will inspire you with new ideas and the fruits of their efforts.