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Caravan Park Advises to book early for Ludlow Spring Festival (16th April 2014)

With Ludlow Spring Festival fast approaching - May 9th-11th 2014 - caravanners and motorhome owners are being advised to book quickly if they wish to reserve a pitch at Ludlow Touring Park.

The park, which fills up quickly for all the main festivals in the picturesque town, is preparing for a busy spring and summer. Some people book up a year in advance such is the demand for pitches on the park during the food festivals.

Ludlow Spring Festival has great beer, fantastic music, delicious food, vintage vehicles, free talks and demonstrations for young and old alike. The event kicks off on Friday, May 9 when visitors get a chance to 'Meet the Brewer' from 5pm to 9pm.

Around 50 brewers that supply 190 plus barrels of real ale at the festival will be available to answer questions and give out a few samples throughout the weekend behind the bar.

This year the beer tent will be 50 per cent bigger with a dedicated area for games and also more room for the beer, drinkers and the music. The number of beer entries has increased to 190 and the marquee has been moved to give more room for 200 classic and vintage cars attending the Marches Transport Festival, which is part of the event.

For more information about the popular festival visit http://www.ludlowspringfestival.co.uk/

Other popular Ludlow events for the diary include Ludlow Fringe Festival from June 14-July 6, Ludlow Shakespeare Festival from June 14-22, Ludlow Arts Festival from June 28-July 6, Ludlow Food Festival from September 12-14

A prestigious affiliated site of The Caravan Club, the 135-pitch Ludlow Touring Park is located on a 20-acre site alongside the River Teme and A49 near Richards Castle on the fringe of Ludlow.