EVERY PURCHASE SUPPORTS THE CHURCH
THE SHOP WILL BE OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK FROM MONDAY 3RD AUGUST
The new Gift Shop at St Laurence was inspired by the need to raise money for the continual restoration of this magnificent Church. It has arrived to give an energetic contemporary feel of welcome not only to those who worship there but also to Ludlow’s thriving community and the many visitors who come to share its beautiful space.
The Shop provides Religious artefacts, books, cards and Christening gifts. There are jewellery and ornaments with much to catch your eye and take away with you as a memento of a historic experience whilst knowing that any profit benefits the fabric of the Church for generations to come.
Guidebooks and tickets to the Tower are on sale in the shop.
Do browse the Website theshopatstlaurence.co.uk for our range of products with the knowledge that we offer a CLICK & COLLECT service designed for your convenience.
Monday – Saturday 10.30am – 3.30pm.
Sunday – 12.00 noon – 3.30pm
(In the present climate these may change so please check our website for updates)
We have fitted a counter screen and a hand sanitiser at the door. We are observing social distancing and restricting the number of people entering the shop. Our staff will wear visors when not behind the screen. It is important that we all feel confident and safe.
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Helping the Church
The proceeds from all sales goes towards the upkeep of the Church.
Local and Ethical gifts.
Our range will constantly be refreshed, welcoming new brands and products.
Ludlow Book Binders Ltd - Leather bound Bibles, Notebooks, Photo Albums and Sketchbooks
Debby Marsh - Jewellery
Gerald Acton – Cards
Mary Phillips – Misericord Cards
Shropshire and Beyond - Photographic Cards and Books
Barbara Looser – Church Cards
Tami Murray, Hawthorne House – Candles and Diffusers
Mark Ansell, Blast Design – Church Postcards
Bethlehem Baubles – Hand blown by Muslims in Hebron, hand painted by Christians in Bethlehem, and shipped by Israelis from Ashdod. The aim is to provide a grass roots fair living wage to a struggling community.
St Nicholas Decorations – Working with a Christian Charity in Thailand providing rural women within their community with work, rather than being forced to leave home and work in factories. Each decoration is hand sewn.
Globe Enterprises – Luxurious handmade gift packaging all made from recycled materials.
Corinne Lapierre – Felt sewing kits made in Yorkshire using wool/viscose mix. Shortlisted as British Brand of the year by Craft Business Magazine.
Lanka Kade – Fairtrade wooden toys for children, handcrafted by skilled artisans in Sri Lanka with the aim to reduce poverty through trade and help support an educational foundation.