Ludlow Food Festival

The Original Festival for Food and Drink Lovers

Kath Corfield

Where: Castle Inner Bailey

Kath set up her baking school, Veg Patch Kitchen, in 2014, to share her passion for bread making and baking. She is obsessed with bread, if she is not making it, then she is likely to be reading about it – and whilst eating it!

She lives in Ironbridge with her husband and two girls and runs the baking school from a bespoke commercial kitchen in their garden. She also teaches bread making at Acton Scott Historic Working Farm near Church Stretton and Harborne Food School in Birmingham.

Kath has also kept a food blog called The Ordinary Cook since 2009 where she shares recipes and stories that reflect her passion for food and cooking.



A chef doing a demonstration

11th, 12th & 13th
September 2020

Inside Ludlow Castle with more than 180 local food and drink producers and suppliers: real food, ale, cider, perry, wine and more from the Marches, with samples and tastings.

A musician playing at ludlow spring festival

16th & 17th
May 2020

Held in Ludlow Castle, more than 200 real ales, 150 classic vehicles and live music all weekend. That’s not forgetting over 60 food and drink producers to discover!

Happy walkers following the mangalonga walk

Sunday 9th
August 2020

A food and drink walk of approximately 8 miles adapted from our Italian twin town. A unique experience for food lovers and those wanting to explore the Ludlow landscape.