A short series of walks was held in 2015

Monday 31 August 2015

Supported by:

A Green Way of Life
10.15am – 5.15pm FREE (apart from bus fare)
Start/end at Ludlow Assembly Rooms (bus stop)
Leisurely walk in the Clun area via the Castle Connect bus. Learn about organic gardening practices, WWOOFing and a green way of life to earn a sumptuous tea served in a beautiful garden with magnificent views.

There was the oppportunity to buy tea & scones/cake at the final Tea On the Waydestination of the day – Tea On The Way

Foraging Walk    
10.30am – 1.00pm FREE
Start/end Lower Wood Road, Ludlow, click here for map

Starting from Ludlow, landscape detective, broadcaster and author

Keith Pybus preparing foraged fruits with Olugbala Kokumo
Keith Pybus preparing foraged fruits with Olugbala Kokumo

of The Blue Remembered Hills, Keith Pybus, took as his walk theme the recipes and folklore of the hedgerows – with ‘short detours’  to the foraging by schoolchildren in the First World War.

Tastings on the way, courtesy of Mother Nature, and on completion from Keith’s parcel shelf.

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Short Social Walk
2.00pm – 3.00pm FREE
Start/end at Castle Square by the Cannon
A short social walk led by local Walking for Health volunteers, for a pleasant meander through Ludlow’s medieval streets and beautiful countryside.  The route covered footpaths in the town on to uneven pastureland back to The Castle, with a steep slope and some steps towards the end.