Halloween cake shop is closing after Christmas

Halloween cake shop, which was established in 1991, will close at the end of December.

It was the only one of the many shops in the city to survive the Easter period.

The owner of the store, Lillie Haggard, said she was surprised when the business closed.

She said: “We had a great year last year and we’ve got to take it slow.

We’ve got a long way to go.”

The business will be sold to an Irish company and the rest of the staff will be offered new jobs.

Haggart said she did not know the final price but was hoping to sell the business to a new owner.

“I’m hoping for another six months, a couple of years to find something that suits me and will be a good fit.” “

The company was founded by Haggards grandfather, Jim Haggs, and was one of many small bakeries in the area in the 1950s and 1960s. “

I’m hoping for another six months, a couple of years to find something that suits me and will be a good fit.”

The company was founded by Haggards grandfather, Jim Haggs, and was one of many small bakeries in the area in the 1950s and 1960s.

She is survived by her sister and grandson, who are both serving in the Army.

The business opened in December and it has been a fixture at the historic town hall in Dublin.

The town hall was built in the early 1920s and has been named after Hagges grandfather.