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Natalie follows her dream

SHE may only be 22 but Natalie Knight knows life is too short to waste.

The young entrepreneur has opened her own business in Yate at half the age many other people make the same leap.

But the death of her father two years ago made Natalie realise that if you really want to do something, you shouldn’t put it off.

She said: He always supported me and told me to do what makes me happy. He passed away suddenly and it makes you realise how short life is.”  

Natalie’s new business, the Sunflour Cakery, is already getting rave reviews from customers.

 

 

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