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The National Trust has launched an appeal to save one of its collections in Norfolk from damp and death watch beetles.
The library at Blickling Hall near Aylsham is being invaded by insects and mould and action needs to be taken before the whole place is eaten.
The hall is home to one of the most significant country house libraries in England, with more than 12,500 volumes making up the largest and oldest book collection in the conservation charity's care.
The £325,000 building project will begin in January 2019 to make the roofs and walls waterproof and controlling the climate so the bugs don't thrive.