MAKE-UP ARTIST SPENDS £30,000 TURNING VINTAGE PLANE INTO SALON IN HER BACK GARDEN

Amber Scott received the plane as a gift from her parents, Andrew and Tricia, who bought it ten years ago for £25,000 to convert it into a luxury B&B

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