Expert describes her miracle medieval music find

A priceless piece of parchment dating back to the 14th century has been found during a major clear-up of a council archive.

The sheet of medieval music was found by archivists in Hereford as the county's record office prepares to move to a new building.

Eleona Harris is the shocked member of staff who found the document.

Here she explains to ITV News Central reporter Chris Halpin how she thinks it came to be hidden in the archives, and her theories on where it originally came from.

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Priceless medieval music found

Extremely rare Medieval music has been found in a stock check at Herefordshire County Council. The discovery of the sheet of priceless parchment came as a complete shock to staff, who had no idea it was in the council's archive.