Meet two special organs this summer at St Laurence, Ludlow

The Wetheringsett Organ Known as the 'Cathedral of the Marches', St Laurence's Church, Ludlow is one of the finest parish churches in England, and it houses an organ which attracts recitalists from all over the world.  The Ludlow Snetzler organ was originally built in 1764 through the generosity of  Henry Arthur Herbert, 1st Earl of Powys.  John Snetzler, a Swiss organ builder living in London, completed what still remains the heart of today’s organ. Originally located in a gallery beneath the tower, and finished at a cost of £1,000 (about £110,000 in today's money), the organ…

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