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New Exhibition and Display opens in Ludlow

Exclusive first look at the completed Ludlow Collection at the Ludlow Art in Architecture Exhibition


The newly re-branded Ludlow Farmshop (formally The Ludlow Food Centre) hosts a new Exhibition by Jilly Oxlade-Arnott.

The Ludlow Art in Architecture Exhibition showcases many new and unseen artworks created especially for this exhibition by fine line ink and watercolour artist Jilly Oxlade-Arnott. 

An opportunity to see and own some beautiful work featuring, The Buttercross, Broad & Kings Street, St. Laurence’s Church, Corve Street, Feathers Hotel, Ludlow Castle, Ludlow Castle Aspect II, Broad Gate, Reader’s House and from a little further afield Stokesay Castle, The Iron Bridge and Wroxeter Roman City.

 To see all the Ludlow Collection artworks please visit our Gallery Page

Running from Saturday 3rd November until Monday 31st December, it is not to be missed.


The display offer visitors the opportunity to purchase Fine Art (giclee) ‘Limited Edition’ Prints, A3 Prints in a Presentation Tube (for national & international small package postage), A5 ‘Artist Signed’ Prints, Ludlow Collection 2019 Calendars, Ludlow Collection A5 lined Notepads and Greeting Cards.



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Ludlow Farmshop, Bromfield, Ludlow, Shropshire SY8 2JR
Telephone: 01584 856 000

Ludlow Farmshop is located directly off the A49 between Hereford and Shrewsbury. The Centre is in the village of Bromfield which is 2 miles to the north of Ludlow. The driveway for the Farmshop runs in front of the Clive Hotel and there are signs when you leave the A49 to direct you to our free car park.

For more information about the Ludlow Farmshop, please follow the links below for more details: Link to Ludlow Farmshop

Social Media: (Instagram) @ludlowfarmshop (Twitter) @ludlowfarmshop

You may also wish to visit The Clive Arms, please follow the links below for more details: Link to The Clive Arms

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