Ludgershall Town Council is responsible for various aspects of the town, from allotments to Public Conveniences !

AllotmentsThe Council has two sites for allotments known as Dewey’s Lane and Bell Street, there are just under 90 plots available for lease which are at present all taken and the Council are operating waiting lists. Tenants can join the successful Ludgershall Garden Club for a small annual fee and then enjoy all the benefits the club offer.
The War Memorial is situated in the centre of the Town; the Town Council are responsible for the maintenance of it and also the upkeep of the surrounding gardens.Ludgershall War Memorial
The Jubilee GardenThe Jubilee Garden, Dewey’s Lane; the garden has seating and picnic tables suitable for disabled access. A presentation of a Sarsen Stone is also located in the garden with the Millennium time capsule buried beneath the stone.
The Public convenience building is situated in St James Street car park both are owned and maintained by the Town Council. The car park and toilets are free of charge, the ladies and gents are open from 8am – 7pm but the disabled toilet operates 24 hours a day by using the nationwide radar keyPublic convenience
Ludgershall CemeteryThe Cemetery with a Garden of Remembrance is situated in Dewey’s Lane it is maintained by the Council to a very high standard.
This small garden is known as The Rose Garden and is situated at the junction of Andover Road and High street. The Council maintain it and there are two bench seats within the garden and they are often used by tourists to take a welcomed break.Rose Garden image
Recreation Ground, Dewey’s Lane with goal posts, a teen shelter and swings for teenagers. A fenced play area with suitable equipment for children up to 12 years old is situated within the recreation ground. Some of the equipment is suitable for the disabled children.Recreation Ground
Ludgershall Market CrossIn High Street, Ludgershall there is the lower part of a large medieval Cross, carved into each face is an elaborate niche, although weathered. The cross may originally have stood in the centre of the Market Square and has been dated to the early to mid-14th Century.
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