Conservation Trust for St Laurence's Ludlow
The Conservation Trust for St Laurence’s Ludlow supports the repair and conservation of the fabric and history of the mediaeval St Laurence's church.Founded in the 13th Century, the Ludlow Palmers provided St Laurence's Church with resources to maintain and enhance the building, as well as enrich Ludlow town life through music and education, until the guild was suppressed by Edward VI in the 16th century. The magnificent building, beautiful ceilings, rare medieval stained-glass windows, and historic misericords are a few of the Ludlow Palmers Guild's legacies to Ludlow and the nation. Founded in 2006, today's Conservation Trust for St Laurence's Ludlow continues this tradition. Through its fund-raising arm — the Ludlow Palmers —the Trust supports the repair and conservation of St Laurence's fabric and historical treasures. The trust is managed by a Board of 12 trustees and rasies funds through regualr and occasional donations, legacies, amd a wide range of arts, heritage and cultural events in and around Ludlow..