Ed Sheeran applies to build crypt under floor of Suffolk estate chapel

Ed Sheeran applies to build crypt under floor of Suffolk estate chapel

Ed Sheeran, Music

1/14/2022 5:23:00 PM

Ed Sheeran applies to build crypt under floor of Suffolk estate chapel

Singer-songwriter has already won council approval to construct ‘private place for prayer’

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