A property developer who has already pleaded guilty to making illegal alterations on the Monmouthshire house that inspired the hymn 'All Things Bright and Beautiful' is due to be sentenced today.
Sixty-year-old Kim Davies installed a Jacuzzi and spotlights into Llanwenarth House near Abergavenny.
Newport Crown Court has already heard that more than 60 changes to the Grade II-listed building were not approved by Brecon Beacons National Park Authority.
Davies bought Llanwenarth House in 2007 for £675,000 and has spent more than £1m developing it, including making changes to the original timber windows, doors and fireplace.
Seven-bedroom Llanwenarth House was originally built in 1532 on six-acres of land, and has a detached coach house along with an orchard.
Gwent Police have confirmed 76-year-old Jessie Jones from Abergavenny, who was reported missing from her home yesterday afternoon, has been found safe and well.
The A40 Monmouth Road is closed because of flooding at the A4042 / A465 Heads Of The Valleys Road (Hardwick Roundabout).
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The A4042 is closed because of flooding between the A40 Monmouth Road / A465 Heads Of The Valleys Road (Hardwick Roundabout) and the B4269 Llanellen.
Business owner Andrew Woodhouse has spoken to ITV News today after a jury unanimously cleared him of causing grievous bodily harm.
Mr Woodhouse was accused of using excessive force when he chased and injured two thieves stealing fuel from his company in March last year.
One of the men was left with two broken legs and a broken arm.
But, after suffering repeated thefts, Mr Woodhouse says he acted to defend his business - and couldn't have done anything differently.