Published on 5th July 2017
We are pleased to report that repair work at St Catherine’s Church, Ludham has begun and will continue into the summer. This latest stage of work will see major repairs carried out to its clerestory windows which contain medieval glass. The windows have been in need of repair for more than ten years.
While the scaffolding is in place for the repairs, the Church’s interior will also be redecorated for the first time in several decades.
During this time Church services will take place in the newly repaired Chancel which was repaired from February to May. There was much repair to much of the stone work especially on the great east window.
Another article about St Catherine’s, Ludham was recently in the Eastern Daily Press. This time there was a insight into the work behind being a churchwarden Alex Cordiner, who has been there for 12 years.