|The Ludlow Palmers raise money for the Conservation Trust for St Laurence, Ludlow; Charity Number 1114678|
LIVE HISTORY - BECOME A LUDLOW PALMER
Members of the medieval Ludlow Palmers Guild paid an annual membership fee (equivalent to £220 in today's money) to help members “reduced to poverty by theft, fire, shipwreck or other mishap or wrongfully imprisoned anywhere in England, to provide assistance during temporary sickness or incurable disease or as a dowry for sisters of the Guild on their marriage or entry into religion”.
Founded in 2006, today's Conservation Trust for St Laurence and its fund-raising arm — the Ludlow Palmers — support the repair and conservation of St Laurence's fabric and historical treasures. Membership in the modern Ludlow Palmers is based on positions assigned to medieval Guild members: Palmers, Stewards and Wardens. In addition, modern Ludlow Palmers may join the Guild Circle.
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News and events
is completing the Camino Santiago for Ludlow Palmers because she is raising funds to conserve St Laurence's.
The Pilgrimage will take place 18 — 31 October. You can support her (and St Laurence's) HERE.
Thursday 17 October 2019
3:30pm — 5:00pm
Ludlow Methodist Church
The Jesse Tree motif in mediaeval stained glass
Speaker: Peter White
A comparison between the Jesse window at Chartres Cathedral, dating from 1150, and our own at St Laurence's, dating from about 1330.
Part of the Palmers' Talk and Tea series. Tickets (limited seating): £5.50 on the door (tea and cake included).
Details of these and other events HERE
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✸ We have produced 4 short videos about the history of the Ludlow Palmers. You can see them HERE
✸ Packs of 12 notelets are available — HERE