Ludlow Spring Festival May 8th-10th
Come and meet some of the 50+ brewers that supply the 200 plus barrels of real ale at the festival. They’re available to answer all your questions and give out samples over the weekend behind the bar.
What’s on at Ludlow Spring Festival 2015?
We are working hard to sign up tasty food producers, quaffable beers, stunning cars and toe tapping music ready for another fantastic event inside Ludlow Castle on the 9th and 10th May 2015. Keep checking back as we will be updating all the time and the full programme will be available here from March 2015.
INSIDE LUDLOW CASTLE
FOOD GLORIOUS FOOD
Not just beer, bread and bangers, you will find plenty of stalls featuring top quality food and drink from small producers up and down the Marches, the Welsh border country. Products that have been produced on a small scale by people who really care that their food and drink should taste good, and be produced with care for the environment. You won’t find big brands or supermarkets here! More about the ‘Festival Pub’ and List of Exhibitors.
BEER FESTIVAL – organised by SIBA (The Society of Indepedent Brewers Association) takes place inside the ‘Festival Pub’. 190+ different real ales on draught (bottles too) from independent breweries from Wales and the border counties. Each brewer’s entry will be part of the SIBA Wales & West Competition. More about the ‘Festival Pub’ List of Exhibitors here.
WINE, PERRY AND CIDER from local Marches producers, inside the ‘Festival Pub’
TALKS AND DEMONSTRATIONS will take place in the Inner Bailey. Full programme here
CHILDREN’S ACTIVITIES will be in the form of a kids area where your under 12’s can come along and participate in hands on cookery. You can ask the team about healthy lunch boxes and MUCH more. Turn up and see what’s happening.
MUSIC will be a feature in the ‘Festival Pub’ and this year we have an AMAZING and varied lineup so find out more about the music here.
FESTIVAL PUB & GREAT MUSIC
When you arrive in the Outer Bailey, head for the large Festival Pub marquee where you can get your bearings, pick up your beer tokens, grab a pint or glass of wine and prepare yourself for a relaxing, fun-filled day. The Festival Pub is also the venue for live music and a focal point for the show. Cheers.
OVER THE WEEKEND – MARCHES TRANSPORT FESTIVAL – 31 years old in 2015!
The Outer Bailey is also the place to see an impressive display of classic and vintage vehicles, some dating back to the early years of the last century. Gleaming bodywork, exceptional engines and enthusiastic owners will be the order of the day. Take your time to browse fine examples of motoring heritage and learn how vehicles have been lovingly restored by their owners. Full details here.
SECRETS OF THE EXPERTS – IN THE INNER BAILEY OF THE CASTLE
Find out what makes the nation’s finest foodies tick during a series of workshops and demonstrations. We’re packing more in than ever before – you’ll be able to match cheeses with cider and ale and learn all that you need to know about bread and cakes in special workshops run by highly-talented bakers. Book your places – they’re strictly limited – and make sure you learn how to get that perfect rise every time.
Ever wanted to get up close and personal with your favourite brew and learn the secrets of your chosen tipple well now you can. Ludlow brewery are doing brewery tours throughout the weekend – but book in advance as tickets go fast!
The brewery tours take place at Ludlow Brewery, The Railway Shed, Station Drive, Ludlow, SY8 2PQ, 01584 873291, firstname.lastname@example.org Please arrive 10 minutes before your allocated time.BOOK HERE
Friday 8th May – 5.00 pm to 9.00 pm (Last admission 8 pm) for Meet the Brewer Event Saturday 9th May – 10.00 am to 9.00 pm (last admission 8 pm)
Sunday 10th May – 10.00 am to 5.00 pm (last admission 4 pm)
Friday (evening only) Adult £2.00
Saturday & Sunday
- Adult £6.50
- Child £2.00
- Family £15.00 (2 adults and up to 4 children aged between 5-13 years)
2-Day Adult £9.00
2-Day Child £3.00
2-Day Family £21.00
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