Work to repair listed building in Ludlow

Crack in the wall of The Buttercross, caused by vandalism
Image caption The stone mill wheel was pulled off on Saturday 14 July

Work to repair a listed building in Shropshire damaged by vandals will begin on Friday.

A stone mill wheel was pulled from The Buttercross, a Grade I listed building in the centre of Ludlow.

The impact from the wheel falling caused a crack in the wall of the building, which dates from 1746.

English Heritage has now approved a local heritage building specialist to carry out the repairs, the town council have said.

A walkway through the building has been fenced off since the damage was caused in July.

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