Ludford church sits on top of the Lincolnshire Wolds and was built in 1864 in the cruciform style by James Fowler, to replace two earlier churches, hence the two saints. It is made of rockfaced ironstone and limestone with a banded slate roof. It has a beautiful stained glass window above the altar depicting the two saints. It is Grade II listed. In the Lady Chapel you will find the colours of 101 Squadron and the memorial book commemorating those who flew from Ludford Magna and did not return. There is a Commonwealth gravestone in the graveyard.
Picture credit Tim Heaton