Nicky and John went to the charming town of Bradford on Avon (in Wiltshire) this week, and visited the splendid Catholic Church there.
It's right in the centre, and was built as the Town Hall in 1855.
When the Council moved to their efficient new offices it became redundant and was bought by the Church in 1955. You can enter by the front door then up either of the grand, deeply-carpeted, semi-circular staircases to the first floor and into what was the huge Council Chamber. It has been beautifully transformed into a magnificent church, dedicated to St Thomas More.