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NEWS – It was great to welcome so many people  to our Heritage Open Days. Quite a few came from STRADFAS to see the restoration of the banners and stoles by their talented colleagues and that part of the exhibition is going on tour to their next meeting and beyond!  Many people were interested in finding out about thatching and all those lovely thatching words like firkling and crown ligger,  while the children and those young at heart enjoyed feeling Linda’s fleece and getting a good dose of lanolin in the process. Our new booklet for a self-guided tour of the windows was popular as were Jackie’s guided tours and, of course, the refreshments, so thank you to everyone involved in the event.
Next year, as it is 2018, our theme will be War & Peace. If you would like to help us find out about the people listed on our war memorial or have your own family stories linked with WW1, WW2 or the armed forces, please contact us.

Welcome to All Saints, Ladbroke

Ladbroke is an active village community with a fine church dating back to the 12th century and throughout that time thousands of villagers and visitors have worshipped here. The church belongs to you so why not come along and join us at a Sunday morning service, one of our  special services at Easter, Harvest, Remembrance and Christmas or a church event.
More details about regular services & homegroup and events.

Maybe you would prefer to come at a quiet time to remember a special time or special person in your life or are perhaps you are just interested in church buildings – that’s fine, you are welcome too.

The church isn’t just the building but also the people in it and church members are active providing support where needed for people within the community. If you require assistance or know of others that need support, please get in touch with Rev Craig or Jackie or David, the Churchwardens.  Contact us.