DH Lawrence's family burial chapel to re-open after arson attack
A fire-ravaged Nottinghamshire chapel, which is the resting place of DH Lawrence's parents, is to reopen later this month.
The chapel at Eastwood Cemetery, between Church Street and Chewton Street, went up in flames in a suspected arson attack in April 2014.
Since then more than £150,000 has been spent to bring the former chapel up to scratch.
As well as structural repairs, such as repairing the roof and replacing damaged stone windows, a new accessible toilet, kitchen facilities, electrics and IT links have also been added to the building.
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