About the Fayre

Join us to celebrate the start of the Christmas season in the stunning Medieval setting of Ludlow Castle.

Over the weekend of 26th & 27th November, explore over 100 stalls selling seasonal wares, food and drink, crafts, historical goods and more; it’s the ideal chance to find the perfect, original gift or indulge in a unique treat.

With a wide range of food and drink stalls to tickle your taste buds, grab a mulled wine, a spiced cider or head over to our local Beer Tent to whet your appetite for our full programme of entertainment.

From live music, theatre, comedy, juggling and swashbuckling sword fights, there’s entertainment throughout the castle all weekend.

To find out more about our programme of exciting new entertainment and activites for all the family, click here or download the brochure here >

Our opening hours for the Fayre in 2016 will be:

Saturday, 10am - 9pm

Sunday, 10am - 4pm

Ludlow Medieval Christmas Fayre is organised and run by Dakin Events, a small family business based in Shropshire and working in Ludlow Castle for over 20 years. Head over to the Dakin Events website to find out more about our work and our events.
 

 

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