As part of Ledbury’s contribution to this year’s Heritage Open Days, we are joining with Ledbury Town Council to celebrate the long heritage of local food production.
We are mounting a photo exhibition at the Market House when it is open to the public for Heritage Open Days. The photos will reflect on local food production today at three farms in the Ledbury district.
The exhibition is on 14th and 15th September.
Growing food has been a vitally important feature of Ledbury’s life for 900 years – for 400 years the Market House has been a centre for trade in local food.
This exhibition picks up the Heritage Open Day theme of “Edible England” and reminds us that local food production remains just as important today. It visits three local farms – a sheep farm, a vegetable grower and an orcharding farm. The photos show different seasons in the farming year.
The photos are the work of local photographers Pat Strauss and Ed Mustafic and previously featured in our exhibitions at The Master’s House, Ledbury.
Place: The Market House, High Street, Ledbury
When: Tuesday 14th and Wednesday 15th September
Times: 1100-1300 & 1400-1600
Make it a day visiting heritage buildings in Ledbury – and visiting one of our cafes for lunch! Find details of heritage sites at: