Evening of spiritual mediumship to be held at Helena Romanes School in aid of St Clare Hospice

PUBLISHED: 09:35 21 September 2018 | UPDATED: 09:38 24 September 2018

Medium Rebecca Sawyer will lead the evening. Picture: REBECCA SAWYER

Medium Rebecca Sawyer will lead the evening. Picture: REBECCA SAWYER


The Helena Romanes School and Sxith Form Centre in Dunmow will host an evening of spiritual mediumship on September 28.

The evening, which will be led by medium Rebecca Sawyer, known as Becs, is raising funds for St Clare hospice, which provides care to adults with life-limiting illnesses in west Essex and east Hertfordshire.

Becs hosted a similar evening at Helena Romanes last year for St Clare Hospice, where £700 was raised.

This went towards a final total of £5389 raised by Clare Gallagher, who ran a marathon a month for the hospice after her grandmother was cared for by St Clare.

Becs said: “St. Claire’s is a wonderful charity, my wife used to be a staff nurse there, it’s a wonderful place.”

Tickets are £10 and the evening starts at 7.30pm at the school.

If you would like to buy tickets please contact Sue Este on 07870194738.


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