Sanvey Gate, Leicester

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  1. Lynne Connolly says:

    When I was little, I lived at the cobbler’s shop at 10, Sanvey Gate. We had a ghost in the roof, a place nobody could go. There was the original 2 up, 2 down dwelling, and my grandfather bought the blacksmith’s next door and the cafe behind, so we had a strangely shaped, large house. We had a slate yard, which could be seen until recently. I was friends with the verger’s son at the vicarage, which used to be the official domicile of the Bishop of Lincoln before Leicester became a cathedral city. There were certainly ghosts there, often seen, more often heard.

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