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Van Heyningen and Haward Architects is to work on an Anglo Saxon burial ground for East Anglian seventh-century kings. Work at the National Trust's 96ha Suffolk estate of Sutton Hoo will involve designing an exhibition hall with visitor facilities, and resoration of the Edwardian house. The hlf is paying £3.6 million, and completion is set for October 2001.

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