We were lucky that a guided tour was about to take place shortly after we arrived and were even luckier that apart from the two of us, there was only one other person who joined the tour. This allowed us to find out about the history of the building (and others previously on the site) taking us from the eighth century to the present day. Many things were pointed out that we may not have noticed (such as the lean to the walls) and context and explanations were provided for many of the things we were able to see. In addition there was an exhibition commemorating 100 years since the end of the first world war.
Overall, a fascinating and absorbing visit.
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