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Event Report – February 2016

Marcus Cinganelli

Marcus Cinganelli was our Medium for February, and he gave us all a wonderful evening of excellent Mediumship. He certainly has a great psychic gift. Madginford Hall was packed for his visit and they were not disappointed. His manner is lighthearted and amusing but all messages were sincere and full of information. Marcus usually knew who his recipient was going to be and went directly to them giving family names and details in abundance. It was hard to keep up with his delivery as his information came fast and furious, indeed he left many happy people behind when he left us after our evening with him. We were all left with a feeling of well being and better for his visit. Let’s hope it’s not too long before you come back again Marcus, and we thank you for a wonderful evening.

Dog’s Trust – Update

Sadly, one of our sponsor dogs Amelia has passed away.  Our new sponsor dog is Nula:

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Event Report – January 2016

EVENING OF MEDIUMSHIP WITH DANIEL PITT

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Daniel Pitt was our Medium for this month and he came from London to be with us.  Daniel has been serving spirit now for two decades.  As well as being an excellent Medium, he also teaches and works in London at The College of Psychic studies where he also gives 1-1 private readings, so we were very privileged for him to join us.

It has been a year since Daniel was last with us, but his jovial manner was still there which made for a comfortable, easy and enjoyable evening.  Daniel knew at the start of every message who was to receive it.  His descriptions of spirit were excellent, giving numerous names to quantify his connection.  Daniel asked one lady in the audience who she would like to speak with and when told Mum and Dad he made contact with them, which is certainly a different and unusual way of giving a reading.  The evening was a wonderful way to start our new year.

It was also Anne’s first time leading monthly MSDC meetings and she did an excellent job, which I am sure is not an easy one, so we all want to wish her well for her new role and thank her very much as it is not an easy task, but she will be helped by our committee who are there for her, and who also do a wonderful job behind the scenes helping to organise and set up all of our events.  So we have a whole new year ahead of us, events, meetings and outings, and we hope you will join us as Friends of MSDC, we cannot do it without you.