The manor of Stydd is in the county of Lancashire. It is situated on the north eastern edge of the village of Ribchester. It has three notable buildings: St Saviour's Church, a set of almshouses and the Church of Saint Peter and Saint Paul.
St Saviour's Church. The Church's founding is obscure but it was well established by the time of the Knights Templar or Knights Hospitaller with whom it is most closely associated. The Church is joined with Saint Wilfrid's in Ribchester and is open for worship during the summer. A detailed history has been written by Sir Peter Openshaw and can be found on the Saint Wilfrid's church web site.
Ribchester Almshouse at Stydd