Off Corve Street
Upstairs above Woodyard Gallery, behind Ludlow Library - parking available in the Library Car Park
Monday to Saturday: 10 am - 4.30 pm
Sunday: please call 07925 419465 or email email@example.com to check.
Travelling to Ludlow
Rail: Mod Lang is situated in the centre of Ludlow - a short walk from the railway station.
The railway offers the most comfortable and convenient means of getting to Ludlow. The Marches Line/North & West route provides the following train services:-
(i) An hourly service between Manchester, Crewe, Cardiff, Swansea and Carmarthen, with an extension to Milford Haven on alternate hours.
(ii) A two-hourly service between Cardiff and Holyhead serving Wrexham, Chester and the North Wales Coast.
There are connections at Crewe and Manchester for the North, Shrewsbury for Birmingham and the Midlands and the Cambrian and the new direct service to London from Shrewsbury and connections at Newport (Mon) for London and the South East and Bristol and the South West.
To book train tickets to Ludlow and any other destination in the UK contact Ludlow Station Travel.
For times and fares, contact National Rail Enquiries on
08457 48 49 50 (24hrs) or 0845 60 40 500 (Welsh language service)or visit the
Arriva Trains Wales website: www.arrivatrainswales.co.uk
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Walking from Ludlow station
Picturesque route - From Ludlow station head northwest on Station Road past a large Tesco store (on your left) towards Corve Street (B4361) for 0.1 miles then turn left on Corve St heading south towards town for a further 0.1 miles. Look for a small alley on your left next to a Severn Hospice charity shop. Turn into the alley. Mod Lang is at the top of a light green staircase above the photographers shop. Quickest route - Turn left out of the station and cross the road. Turn right into a car park and head for Ludlow Library. Mod Lang is accessible through a wooden door by the front of the library.
Road: Mod Lang is situated in the centre of Ludlow - very close to the town library for
which there is a car park.
Ludlow is situated on the A49 trunk road which runs from Warrington, through Shrewsbury and Hereford to Ross-on-Wye.
From Birmingham, head west on the A456 through Kidderminster. From the M5 leave at junction 3 and continue on the A456 through Kidderminster.
Parking: The three principal car parks in the centre of Ludlow are at Upper Galdeford/Station Drive, Lower Galdeford, and Castle Street. They operate on a pay-and-display basis. The best choice for access to Mod Lang would be Upper Galdeford which serves Ludlow Library. There are signs in the car park giving directions. Click here for Ludlow map with car parks featured
Pay and Display
On-street parking in the town centre (Central Red Zone) is now Pay and Display Meters; in the Blue Zone it is free but restricted time (as displayed on the notices). Click here for detailed map (pdf)