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St Lawrence's Churchyard, Ludlow

This Norman church who's foundations date from 1100AD is supposedly haunted by an old woman, wearing a long robe and having grey hair. She moves through the churchyard between the graves and also near the rectory.  It has been suggested that she may be more popular on summer evenings.

The Church of St Lawrence is a fantastic building who's tower is forty two meters high.  The church was rebuilt in 1199 and received further additions in th emid 1400's.


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Alison Topham

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