As reported on the BBC news website, the ugly Westgate house in Newcastle has been completely demolished after blighting the city for 35 years. It is to be replaced with new buildings which `would fit in with the architecture of the area`. Who knows where this might end? Is this a trend that will spread to the ecclesiastical sphere? I`m sure readers will have their own favourite horror stories of 19th century churches whose interiors have been rendered ridiculous by the insertion of say a huge bare white marble altar or some such item.