The chapel wood burner had the same treatment- a stone wall hearth, but this time with a flat surface on top rather than keeping it all stone so we've got; two thick pieces of slate; an old tile that was part of the pile we found while clearing the garden and that we think is from the original floor of the chapel; and a manhole cover from the garden.
The manhole cover is particularly interesting as it has a stamp in the middle with the name of a local builder on it. so it's adding a nice little piece of history to the room.
Again, there were plenty of giggles and lots of laughs from people hearing that a man hole cover is going under the wood burner, but we've got pretty used to people laughing at our different ideas by now.
Then as with the stable it was a case of fitting the wood burner and it's flue pipe. This time it did go straight up with some anchors on the wall to steady it.