Mortgage 2000 takes part in spooky stayover

Staff from Mortgage 2000 and parent company moneysupermarket.com have taken part in a spooky stayover to raise money for The Special Care Baby Unit at a local hospital.

The team visited the Plas Teg in Wrexham, a 17th century Jacobean mansion listed as one of the most haunted properties in the UK.

Once home to the hanging Judge Jeffries and later being occupied by residents of a mental asylum it proved the perfect setting for the adventure.

The Mortgage 2000 team were accompanied by Cheshire Paranormal Society and a number of practicing mediums.

Stephen Lloyd, head of marketing at Mortgage 2000, says: “It was, as the title suggests, a very spooky evening. I can safely say we definitely earned every penny of our sponsorship money.

“Many of the team have come back with photographs of spirit orbs and unexplainable shadows. It was a great night but probably one that I am in no hurry to repeat, I think we should just stick to running marathons like everyone else.”