St Laurence's Church
The church was enlarged in 1199 - a reflection on the prosperity of the town - and parts of it are in a style midway between Norman and Early English. The north transept has Decorated features and its construction reflects the recovery of Ludlow from the Black Plague which reduced its population by one third in 1349. The nave and chancel roofs date from around 1440.
Adresse :2 College Street
summer: 10am-5.30pm; winter: 11am-4pm
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