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behind the scaffolding pictures


All Saints' Church with its unusual striped tower, Gilbert Scott interior and fine stained glass stands in a picture postcard setting within the small village of Ladbroke.

To allow the stone masons and others access to repair the ravages of time the tower was encased in scaffolding for six months of 2020 and the chancel still is still hidden from view. So what has been happening? Now is you chance to see for yourself without getting cold, wet or muddy!

Join us on Zoom

Thursday 28th January at 2pm

to discover more about centuries old skills involved and ask questions about how it's done.

This repairs and this webinar are part of our All Saints for All Generations project to repair Ladbroke Church and share its heritage, supported by The National Lottery Heritage Fund.

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