George meets up with James and Lois Denning, who inherited an historic estate which has been in James’ family for 234 years. The castle and stately home that used to belong to his family have been given to the National Trust and they have decided to try and convert a recently abandoned oast house
Keith and Sheena plan to convert the church into a holiday home and artist’s studio, where they can bring their art students and musician friends to be inspired by the amazing light and rugged, desolate landscape. In restoring this roofless ruin, Keith and Sheena face challenges from the extreme weather and have to keep the neighbours on side while managing the build 400 miles away from their home in Newcastle.Meanwhile architect George Clarke uncovers the church’s turbulent history.
AVi | MP3 VBR | 392 MB
AVi | MP3 VBR | 387 MB