Henry VIII childhood home to reopen to public

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Henry VIII childhood home to reopen to public

A medieval mansion where Henry VIII spent his childhood reopens to the public later this week.

Eltham Palace in Greenwich was transformed during the 1930s into an art-deco party pad. 

After decades in disrepair it's been given a major makeover and visitors will now be given access to more rooms.

Alison Earle explains more. 

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