by David Swatton July. 09, 2015 2444 views

The 14th and 15th century carved misericords at St. Laurence church, Ludlow.

For a parish church the grandeur of St. Laurence is remarkable - the stained glass windows are notable as are the carvings in the choir.

But back in medieval times Ludlow was a powerbase of the Mortimers, perhaps the most powerful family in the country and thence a royal stronghold. I guess it was seen fitting that the local church should be as grand as some cathedrals.

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Jacki 5 years, 9 months ago

don't you just wonder who sat around thinking up those particular designs?!

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Stormfish 5 years, 9 months ago

it always amazes me to see how silly people were in other times. makes it easier to endure today's utter madness.

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Pete 5 years, 9 months ago

great set . rich colour

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