Can Ed Sheeran dig it? Singer plans crypt for Suff olk estate
The Guardian|January 15, 2022
Ed Sheeran is planning to construct a crypt under the floor of a chapel on his estate in Suffolk.
Jem Bartholomew

The singer-songwriter, who was Spotify’s second-most-streamed artist of the 2010s behind Drake, gained approval to build the “private place of retreat for contemplation and prayer” in 2019 on his estate, which is worth an estimated £3.7m.

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