Ludlow College occupies three distinct sites within the town centre and has been sympathetically developed to combine beautiful period buildings and contemporary accommodation – all at the heart of what Sir John Betjeman (broadcaster, journalist and Poet Laureate) described as “the loveliest town in England.”
The College offers a stimulating and supportive environment in which to learn. Last year more than £750,000 was invested in improving and developing new and existing facilities. This year the College has continued to invest after being successfully awarded a grant for £650,000. This has been used to completely refurbish teaching areas for health and social care, childcare, and art. It has also provided new changing facilities at the sport centre, as well as many general site improvements. Many thanks to the Education Funding Agency’s Building Condition Improvement Fund for enabling these developments.