Ed planning a 'burial' zone in his country home chapel
Daily Mirror|January 14, 2022
SHAPE of You singer Ed Sheeran plans a “burial zone” in a new chapel on his £3.7million estate.
JEREMY ARMSTRONG

Drawings reveal a spot for a crypt in the heat-pump-warmed building. The burial site is in the nave fronting the pews and an altar area.

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