Ousby – St Luke’s Church
St Luke’s Church lies outside the village of Ousby, to the East. It is built of local stone and dates from the 12th or early 13th century, fell into a ruinous state in the late 14th century, and was almost entirely rebuilt in 1858.
There are two stained glass windows – the three light East window contains an image of St Luke by John Scott of Carlisle. The other window – in the south east of the nave – ‘Pro Patria’ – is a memorial to those who fell in World War I.
Photos by Simon Ledingham.
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