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She’s standing upstairs where we normally make our cakes and scones.“But we didn’t have any staff working there on that day who look anything like her.” The only staff working on that Saturday were Mrs Hayward, 53, her Thai chef Nat Popa, 24, and Glenda Matthews, 62, who rarely goes into the kitchen upstairs."This was as a result of our safety equipment activating, also known as a ‘HV trip’.We want your nominations for the 2017 Wiltshire Sports Awards, which will see the county’s sportsmen and women, clubs, organisations, schools and volunteers recognised early next year.We noticed that there seems to be a Victorian lady’s face in the top window.“I don’t believe in this type of thing usually but this is unexplainable. “After reading up on it, the place is apparently haunted and a Victorian lady has been spotted in the window before.
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