1st & 2nd April I was at the Glasgow Central Spiritualist Church, Berkley Street, G3 7DS. This was after an absence of a year because of booking difficulties and it was great to be back on the platform of the friendly church in the centre of the city. Glasgow Central Spiritualist Church
Tel: 0141 221 6201
Mon. 7:00pm Healing
Thu. 7:30pm Clairvoyance
Fri. 7:30pm Open Awareness Circle
Sat. Specials as advertised.
Angus, DD11 1NB. Tel: 01241 875 979. Arbroath is still a holiday destination for many so if you are in the area why not pop along on a Thursday evening at 7.30pm.
Helen McArthur 1943 - 2013...
Sadly Jock passed over to the Spirit world last year and a few months ago it was his sister Helen’s time to move over to the higher side of life.
Helen had a sociable and friendly nature and was always smiling and uplifting others, even when times got challenging for herself. Helen was heavily involved in looking after her brothers and sister, which she did with much care and attention. Helen loved her family, everything was family orientated, she loved the get togethers, family always came first.
Helen has a daughter, son in law and granddaughter.
In June 2011, Helen's sister Liz and her husband Alex opened their home to Helen when she became ill, with Helen moving from her own home, across the road to live with Liz and Alex.
Helen was a spiritualist from a very young age and was indeed the person that took her brother Jock to his first meeting at Dunfermline Spiritualist Church, her beliefs were firm and her trust in the spirit world was absolute.
Helen was known and loved for being a beautiful person and was amongst others was described as: - “A great friend and irreplaceable”
I asked if the wildlife around the back garden got as close to Stacey as they did around the ruins. The answer was ‘no’, there was a robin a blackbird and two thrushes which were more trusting towards Stacey than the other birds in the back garden but they did not come as close as birds at the ruined cottage. So it was looking more like I should be concentrating my thoughts around the area of the old cottage than Stacy.
It is shocking that the National Hunt fraternity were overjoyed that there were no deaths in this year’s Grand National. Yes, so notorious is this race for fatalities that a ‘death free race’ gets as much publicity as the winner. I have the feeling that as well as relief of no deaths among the runners, the hype was made that little bit greater to mask the fact that two horse came under starters orders at the meeting and yet their lives ended on the race course. On Thursday Battlefront got no further than the 11th fence in the John Smith's Fox Hunters' Chase for amateur riders. The horse collapsed and died soon afterwards. And then on Friday another death, this time of Little Josh who fractured a shoulder and had to be put down.