Following the inspection Pembrokeshire council said the Wintern Day Centre in Fishguard was given "a clean bill of health"
A council has inspected one of its day centres following claims it is haunted.
A maintenance team was sent to the Wintern Day Centre in Fishguard to look for structural faults or anything that may explain strange events there.
A newspaper reports staff are afraid to work after hours as items have flown off walls, furniture has moved and unplugged printers have burst to life.
Pembrokeshire council said following Wednesday's inspection the building was given a "clean bill of health."
The council said members of staff at the centre had reported "some strange activity" and "unusual noises."
A spokesman said a maintenance team went to look around the building but found nothing amiss.
"We had a few reports and had to take them seriously," he added.
"The last was five to six weeks ago so hopefully the problem has gone away."
The Western Telegraph reported some staff were so afraid they were concerned about working there after hours.
It states unexplained events include printers printing when not plugged in, keyboards turning upside down overnight, furniture being moved and items flying off walls.
It also said staff reported a "haunting smell of bluebells wafting through the rooms" and said there had been calls for an exorcist to be called in.