Cheers Kit, I go over the top sometimes and it turns out the second wasn't the last but I did an LDR of the upstairs chapel, I like it although it is blown and very dark, much more dramatic.
Can't be bothered to compress it.
Actually I don't much. The bed is very interesting being even better than my own and although the children look grown up one has a babies face.
http://www.bbc.co.uk/dna/h2g2/A16890429The second treasure was a sculpture that was done at the request of Ellen Jane Robinson. She had the sculptor, Francis Chantry, create a monument to her dead daughters. The sculpture is known as 'The Sleeping Children'.
I was in here in the dark taking a photo of a shrine next to this when I saw a shadow in the side of my eye dart down the passageway and then back disapearing into the wall, could have been anything but I found I was on my own.