Friday, 25 September 2015

Charity clairvoyance raises £1,300

 An uplifting and entertaining evening of clairvoyance at Kidderminster's Rose Theatre is helping Happy House to Build a  Brighter Future.
The event, which has raised more than £1,300 to date for our secondary school build was arranged by Auntie Libby's sister Sarah Johnson and friends.
An audience of more than 90 people for the charity night featuring mediums Sarah Johnson and Nuala Ryan-Long. 
Chris Barratt said : " MC David  Duffey-Herbert opened the evening welcoming everyone, explaining what the evening was all about and thanking them for coming along in support of the Happy House.
David Tony and Chris with Nuala and Sarah.
"I followed explaining to everyone  how the Happy House came about, and Sue's dream becoming a reality when it opened in 2010 bringing them up to the present and telling them how many children Happy House looks after, and the wonderful work bring done there. You could feel the empathy in the theatre, and the applause received was very touching.
David then introduced  Sarah and Nuala.
Sarah did the first part of the evening with myself and Sue Ray taking microphones to the audience.
During the interval Florence Haste and Tanya Nicholls continued where there had left off when people were arriving, by selling even more raffle tickets, they were brilliant.
When everyone came back to their seats David introduced Nuala and she continued with the second half of the evening's clairvoyance.I have to say the audience interaction with both Sarah and Nuala was amazing, a mix of gentle humour, laughter and emotion, they were wonderful, bless them.Tony was on his feet all night, diligently zooming  in and out and panning the camera so the audience could see what was going on when Nuala or Sarah were with people in the back half of the auditorium.

David expertly brought the evening to a close, and Sarah concluded by expanding on the future plans for the  secondary
 school and how the money raised that evening would help to bring them to fruition.''

Thank you Sarah and Nuala, to their fantastic friends, and to everyone who went along to support the evening.
If you would like like to help us to make a difference to the lives of young people eager to gain a secondary school education by making a donation to our secondary school appeal please go to: