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Situated in Callow Hill Lane, the house is surrounded by Worcestershire countryside, with some grand views from the top floor bedrooms.
A spokesman for A-Plan said: "We are deeply sympathetic to the tragic circumstances that have impacted Mrs Callow and her family, and can understand their difficult circumstances.
Bedwas added a second try after nine minutes, when Callow ended a fine move, and Powell converted to become the first Premiership player to reach 200 points this season.
Callow, 64, hit out as he attended the opening of English National Opera's production of Benvenuto Cellini at the London Coliseum.
Simon Callow may seem joyfully out of place as he considers the answer, but Brydon is a natural at this sort of cheap and cheerful format.
Actor Simon Callow says it is great news that a North Yorkshire market town has clubbed together to buy a rare edition of A Christmas Carol.
Prominent Dickens fan Callow certainly knows his stuff.
Callow - who made his name in 1994 film hit Four Weddings and a Funeral as the party-loving, kilt-wearing (and doomed) Gareth - could not be more enthusiastic about the great man whom he revisits anew tomorrow night when he'll be reading extracts from his new biography, Charles Dickens and the Great Theatre of the World, and taking part in a questionand-answer session.
The plot sees the Prime Minister Michael Callow (Rory Kinnear) face a shocking dilemma when much-loved royal Princess Susannah (Lydia Wilson) is kidnapped.