Video. An historic house in Kent has been awarded almost £8m by the Heritage Lottery Fund. Knole House, in Sevenoaks, was a former hunting lodge for Henry the Eighth.
Damp, decay, and the effects of five centuries have taken their toll on the fabric of the building; the heritage money has arrived just in time. Ruje Yasmin reports.
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