Charity Festival – Followers of the Old Religion

Four members of the Crystal Light Circle drove out to Sawbridgeworth to attend the Festival and raise money for an amazing School – Harlow Fields, who teach and support children with learning difficulties.

We would like to thank Kelly and Sue – the organisers, who worked tirelessly to ensure the event was a success and subsequently raised £2,850.00

Being able to arrive the day prior to the weekend event and camp,  enabled us to set up our reading and healing zone in plenty of time for the day the Festival opened.

Our Reading and Healing Zone.11822945_10153500932327980_5075461526184799846_o


The Quiet Healing Area where we were assigned a pitch.11884972_10153500931102980_8442703607965481250_o

The view from our pitch.11878992_10153500935292980_5267522578759557575_o

The whole festival traders formed a ring of tents and pitches in the farmers field, with a Stage on the opposite side of the field to the quiet healing area.

Vikings, drummers, belly dancers and many different bands were the entertainment for the festival and the weather was glorious.

The first day of the Festival – Saturday 8th August –  started slowly and gradually people started to attend, sadly not in their droves as we had hoped, however the last reading of the day was completed at 11:00 pm.

The last day of the Festival – Sunday 9th August – saw a little more in attendance from the general public and the group met some amazing people with incredible stories.

The comradery of the traders was supportive, helpful and filled with laughter, which was magical considering we had not met until the Festival.

Thank you Alex for booking the event.


Would we do it again ?  YES, in a heartbeat.


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In memory of a Wonderful Lady


Following the sad passing of our dear friend and teacher Yvonne Parker the Crystal Light Circle and Wiccan Willows group donated money for Yvonnes favourite charity ~ Hopefield Animal Sanctuary.

The total collected was over £300.

Christine from Hopefields sent a heart felt letter and card of both thanks and condolences.



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Crystal Light Circle Charity Event

On the 3rd September 2011. we held a day long spiritual event giving members of the public the opportunity to experience a range of spiritual readings including Tarot reading, Mediumship, Numerology, Shell reading, Reiki, Indian Head massage and Runes.

Thanks to the wonderful generosity of the public we were able to raise £463 for our two nominated charities ~ Hopefield Animal Sanctuary in Brentwood, Essex  and              St Francis Hospice.



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Hopefield Charity Day

In June 2011    Fairkytes Arts Centre, Hornchurch, Essex, opened their doors to welcome in the general public to investigate the many varied courses that are held at the centre. The Crystal Light Circle were asked to take part, which we gladly accepted and raised over £60 pounds in donations for two hours of one to one readings.

The donations went to Hopefield Animal Sanctuary in Brentwood, Essex.

On behalf of the many varied animals, the Crystal Light Circle would like to thank everyone involved in the event.

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Bede Griffiths Charity day

In June 2010    The Crystal Light Circle held a Psychic Day and raised over £600 on the day for the Bede Griffiths Educational Project, which helps builds and maintains Schools in India for underprivileged children.

Further to the successful event an additional £200 was added in donations.

The money raised went to the Bless Project to help maintain the Timothy Pruss Memorial School in memory of a son sadly missed by family and friends.

We would like to whole heartedly thank all the people involved from the readers and therapists who gave their time freely and those who attended the event, helping to raise such a wonderful donation for the Trust.



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