Friday, January 16, 2015

I must say 2015 has started off with a bang.  We are please to announce that Barbara Barnes went into hospital yesterday and had her operation.  The Island of Light will be closed until 1st February when we will be at the helm until Barbara has recovered from her operation.  The medium for that day will be John Rooney who is an excellent medium.  The service will start at 6.30 pm and we will be grateful for any support.  Our next piece of news is that we are proud to announce that one of our students Alex Camies will be running her own workshops on dreams linking it to intuition and it will be a very different kind of workshop.  The first one will be at Stockwell Spiritualist Church on the Saturday 28th February starting at 12 noon till 4 pm - Cost £8 for non members and £6 for members.  Tonight we are back at Woodford Spiritualist Church ( with our awareness group which starts at 7.15 pm for a cost of just £3.  Then on Wednesday we are at Epping with a workshop Colour in Intuition and this will help you bring colour into your life more and make you realise how important it in and the insights it can bring £6 which includes light refreshments and a free raffle.   Our  give a gnome a home is going fairly well and it will certainly help to give us  money to advertise the sanctuary.   The little fellow here has already has a new home and has gone to live by the sea  Keep warm everyone and we will be up dating this blog as soon as we have more news.  
and you can see the gnomes story on our new blog and we are also making mobile phone covers with a matching mini key ring or bigger key ring can be ordered.  Please consider buying something as all profits go to helping getting our sanctuary off the ground.  Our next workshop is on the 21st January at Epping at the Friends Meeting House in Hemnall Street and Christine who does the administration etc there are written this piece up for those who are visiting us for the first time.  I am sure it will help. 
"If people are not used to the area, then they are best advised it is at the Harlow end of Hemnall Street (which is in two halves and often confusing.)  On a map we are a turning in next to Theydon Grove and opposite a very short one way road called Grove Lane. We have a green space with a spinney of trees nearly opposite us, and the other side of the High Street (runs parallel to Hemnall Street) are the large council offices" 

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