Britain's stately homes struggle to survive with Covid restrictions
AFP, 28 Mar 2021
Kentwell Hall, a 450-year-old house near Bury St. Edmunds in eastern England, is in need of critical repairs it cannot afford after closing its doors to visitors at the start of the coronavirus outbreak. Patrick Phillips, its owner since 1971, is appealing to the government for help as restrictions on events and visits have seen almost all the estate's income disappear.
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