The church of St Laurence on the top of the hill in the town of Ludlow is the largest parish church in Shropshire. With its beautiful stained glass windows, it is filled with light. Around the walls are many fascinating monuments and acknowledgements.
|Memorial to Edwatd Waties & his wife Martha Fox|
The original church was built in the 11th century but there was major rebuilding of the nave in the middle of the 15th century when Ludlow was an important wool town.
|The Jesse window dates from the 14th century but was restored in 1890|
Misericords in Ludlow.