Whitchuch psychic evening planned for Creative Days fundraiser

Bethphage, which provides services for adults with learning disabilities in Shropshire, has organised an ‘interesting’ fund raising event for early spring.

The Archibald Club, Castle Hill, Whitchurch, will be the venue for a psychic evening on Friday 14 March, with special guest and well-known international medium, psychic detective and spiritual life coach, Alan Drew.

Alan, who is also a clairvoyant, clairsentient and clairaudient, has provided readings, spiritual guidance and psychic detective work for over 18 years to the public, private clients and celebrities. He is a member of the SNU (Spiritualists National Union) and OBOD (Order of Bards Ovates and Druids), as well as a minister and ordained member of the clergy for The Church of Spiritual Humanism. He hosts a radio show called ‘Bridging the Great Divide’ on Psychic Choice Radio and is currently working on Psychic Today/TV on SKY’s channel 886 and Freesat channel 652. He will also be joined by experienced spiritualist mediums Glenis Wilkinson and Karen Price.

Explaining the way in which he works Alan Drew said: “I'm a very sympathetic, compassionate, caring and understanding reader. I'm here to help not to judge, so the audience can feel free to ask me anything and there's not much I haven't heard or experienced myself. I work directly by connecting with my guides, spirit, the angelic realm and ascended masters on a deep, emotional and loving level.”

Commenting on the event Emma Bishop, service manager at Bethphage, said: “We wanted to provide a different yet entertaining fund raising event to which the general public could also attend and the idea of a psychic evening came up – which certainly fits the bill! I’m sure it will be an interesting evening with Alan.”

Doors open at 7pm and the psychic evening commences from 8pm at The Archibald Club, Castle Hill, Whitchurch on Friday 14 March. For more information or to book a ticket, contact Bethphage on 01743 272880 or The Hollies (Whitchurch) on 01948 804901. Tickets are also available to book online at http://www.wegottickets.com/event/256386.


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