The current restoration is directed to the centralised Chapel dedicated to Our Lady of Safe Haven (?) with a recessed frescoed altar. The decoration is an enhancement of the architectural motifs and grammar with bases, capitals and pilasters, heavy cornices and cartouche designs. The whole is a trompe l’oeil with a typical marbeling effect. The system may be a Late Mannerist intervention. The recessed altar was blockedoff and in 2018 was discovered through restoration works on the then Music Archive. The recessed altar is a contrast to the more classical centralised chapel with simple leathery ribs over the ceiling. This may have been a private chapel with a view onto the Church transept to follow services internally.