How about this Gibbo? I've basically changed the speakers.
Turntable/cartridge, £300: http://www.superfi.co.uk/p-10648-pro...cartridge.aspx
AV Amp, £850: Superfi - Superfi - YAMAHA RXA820 NETWORKED 3D READY AV RECEIVER WITH AIRPLAY
iPod Dock, £50: Superfi - http://www.superfi.co.uk/p-3232-yama...ipod-dock.aspx
CD/Bluray/DVD Player, £1050: http://www.superfi.co.uk/p-3229-arca...vd-player.aspx
Front Main Speakers, £250: Superfi - MONITOR AUDIO BRONZE BX2 SPEAKERS (PAIR)
Centre Speaker, £150: Superfi - MONITOR AUDIO BRONZE BX CENTRE SPEAKER
Rear Speakers £200: Superfi - MONITOR AUDIO BRONZE BX1 SPEAKERS (PAIR)
Subwoofer £170: Superfi - WHARFEDALE DIAMOND 10MX SUBWOOFER (CHERRY)
This comes in at £3020.
I have personal experience of Yamaha AV amps (I set a system up for the ex.) and they are very good.
I personally have some Arcam AV stuff and it's excellent - still designed in the UK by top geezers.
I don't have experience of recent Monitor Audio speakers but I'm sure you can find somewhere to have a listen - that's quite important. They're well-reviewed though.
I've specced a cheaper Wharfedale subwoofer, which unless you are a diehard subsonic movie-nut, shouldn't matter a jot. You'll be able to set up the system so it only comes on when you're watching films, not when you're listening to CDs. But you should get a nice rumble in your jungle during an action movie, it's 150W RMS. Depending on what finish you want, you may be able to get a good wood-match between the main speakers and the subwoofer. But this may not be important?
I seem to remember your ears are a little bit past their best (as indeed mine are now) so your best bet is to get along to listen to the speakers with Lynn, get something that sounds good to you, but also to Lynn, who I'm sure has lovely unblemished aural receptors!
If £3020 were a little too much, you could very easily get a slightly cheaper Yamaha amp with a little less power. It wouldn't make a lot of difference unless you wanted to blow up your neighbours with acoustic waves.