0ctober 2016


Its been an interesting month with spirit pushing the bounderies once again

It started off with a night of private readings at the Bear & Ragged Staff in kenilworth. Having been away with no spiritual work for three weeks I did not know what to expect. I needn’t have worried as the private readings were stronger than ever and the feed back very rewarding from all I read for. Thanks must go to Jon Sabin who arranged it all and kept the night running smoothly.

Lots of rostrum work in various churches which have led to many new churches asking me to take a service or two which I feel very excited about. A new church ¬†Kettering SNU was one such venue and the welcome and hospitality they gave me was overwhelming and I am looking forward to going back. My diary is filling quite nicely for 2017. Private parties seem to be on the up with christmas coming and I’m looking forward to those along with some private 1-2-1 readings.

A ghost hunt at a Leicestershire pub turned out to be a very good evening with some good evidence of paranormal activity recorded and experienced during the night. We didn’t leave until 6am the next morning as it was such a full on night. I must say its nice to be activily involved with a ghost hunting group again.

Last night saw myself and other medium friends take part in a psychic supper at Faith in Spirit Centre Coventry. It was a charity event in aid of Alzheimers research and £500 was raised on the night. It was very well attended and an enjoyable evening was had by all. Thanks must go to Craig Harrison who ran the event seamlessly and I look forward to working there again.

I have a few Halloween events to attend in the next few days and I’m looking forward to those as I get a chance to dress up and have fun.

One sad note though I have just had to say goodbye to an old friend who sadly lost his battle with cancer. R.I.P Ted Hill you will be missed but at least you are away from the pain and suffering.

I’m sure you will connect with me soon when the time is right.

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