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If you were wondering why there was no follow-up story to the filming of 'Home Fires' in both the Barbour Institute and on Church Bank last month, then we thought we would give you all an update.

Not unlike a good book, we cannot disclose the plot or sub-plots!

That said, the Barbour Institute was dressed in sensational style and although ITV were gracious and granted permission for us to take quite the most fantastic interior photographs, we had to promise (on oath!) that we would not release those images until nearer to transmission in the Spring of 2016.

So, now that Downton Abbey is over (sigh), we hold our breath in eager anticipation for the next series of 'Home Fires' — there is only so much of Mary and the Dowager that even the most dedicated of fans can take!

However, we are promised a quite perfect 'Home Fires' image for next week and we will not be breaking any oaths or copyright (we promise) — watch this space!!

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