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Listening to Ludlow

This project is funded by the Shropshire Access Partnership with European money. The aim is to produce an audio guide to Ludlow and a tactile booklet.

In May some of the Trust's consultants, Eric Sayce, Denise Collier and Isabella Murdoch, came to Ludlow to advise on how to interpret the town and to decide what features should be included.

The photographs are by Terry Collier.

Two of the consultants sitting on the stone surround of the well at the Castle talking about ideas for interpretation. On the left is Peter Howell, next Julia Ionides, then Isabella Murdoch who is using her Braille notebook to take notes and then Eric Sayce with Wills, his Guide Dog.
Discussing how to interpret Ludlow Castle

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The group are standing in one of the roofless rooms in the Castle, joined now by Denise Collier and her Guide Dog Honey. They are standing in front of one of the windows set into the very thick walls.
Further discussions inside one of the roofless rooms of the Castle

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