News in Pictures – October 14 2020

© PABar Convent employee Lauren Masterman relaxes after cleaning a historic George and Arthur Maw tiled floor created in 1867, one of only two surviving examples of this assemblage of tiles, at England's oldest living convent Bar Convent. Visitors to the convent are being invited to follow in the footsteps of residents from the last 150 years and enjoy the historic space decorated with rare 19th century floor tiles. PA Photo. Picture date: Tuesday October 13, 2020. The floor was originally an outdoor yard and was made for the religious order of sisters living in the Grade 1 listed convent at the time. PA Photo. Picture date: Tuesday October 13, 2020.  Photo credit should read: Danny Lawson/PA Wire
Bar Convent employee Lauren Masterman relaxes after cleaning a historic George and Arthur Maw tiled floor created in 1867, one of only two surviving examples of this assemblage of tiles, at England's oldest living convent Bar Convent. Visitors to the convent are being invited to follow in the footsteps of residents from the last 150 years and enjoy the historic space decorated with rare 19th century floor tiles. PA Photo. Picture date: Tuesday October 13, 2020. The floor was originally an outdoor yard and was made for the religious order of sisters living in the Grade 1 listed convent at the time. PA Photo. Picture date: Tuesday October 13, 2020. Photo credit should read: Danny Lawson/PA Wire