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An irreverent look at the civic shenanigans in the ancient rotten borough of Ludlow Shropshire.

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LUDLOW SHROPSHIRE: one of the most ancient rotten boroughs in England


 

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  1. Ash

    Hi Mickey. A while back you asked if i would do a video of Mitchells’s Fold. After some time we have finally got around to doing just that. We have seen the video Kevin has done it for you, however we thought we would give a try too. You offered to pay, however we don’t want payment, just enjoy. We were around visitors to the site so as you will see in the video there are people present as well as a convoy of tractors. It is a very beautiful area and if you have any other such sites you would like to see please let us know. We have asked permission to film inside Ludlow castle and awaiting reply from them. We could capture some amazing footage of areas that the public have never seen. Check out my YouTube channel if you like, we are striving to become better as time goes on. I’ll add the link above for you.

    Thanks & Best Regards. Ash

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    1. Jenn

      Youtube should open up the reumtreqenis to become partner. They are too stringent. There should be some type low% of of unique versus non unique video content that is much better than the current requirement of 100% unique videos

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    2. Nicholas Harding

      Hello – who ever you are,

      Came across Ludlow-Eye while researching the Squilver Quarry, and found your interesting piece on Metal Mining. Have had a look at a few other articles and can see why you are hosted in America and hiding behind RespectMyPrivacy – too bad.

      Regards,
      Nick Harding
      Bishop’s Castle

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  2. Dr John Smith

    The government is always watching. Be careful Michael, trouble is, alas, a foot…

    Respond if you agree

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