Glenda Bayley clairvoyance evening raises £1,000

The handover of the cheque.

The handover of the cheque.

First published in News

A CLAIRVOYANCE evening held at Woodlands Castle near Taunton raised £1,000 for Macmillan Cancer Support.

The event featured clairvoyant Glenda Bayley and will be repeated on March 28, again in aid of Macmillan.

Pictured handing over the cash is Woodlands Castle owner Sir Benjamin Slade, centre, who also owns Maunsel House near Bridgwater.

Also pictured, from left, are Toby Fielder of Macmillan, Glenda Bayley and Gemma Halliwell of Woodlands Castle.

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3:41pm Wed 30 Jan 13

Samej1 says...

Bet they saw that coming.... (I'll get my coat) ;)
Bet they saw that coming.... (I'll get my coat) ;) Samej1
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11:41am Thu 31 Jan 13

Old Phucker says...

"The years of our life are three score and ten, yet their span is but toil and trouble. They are soon past, and we fly away.." (The Bible). If we fly away., we must in some manner still exist?.
"The years of our life are three score and ten, yet their span is but toil and trouble. They are soon past, and we fly away.." (The Bible). If we fly away., we must in some manner still exist?. Old Phucker
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7:08pm Thu 31 Jan 13

ohdearithappenedagain says...

Old Phucker wrote:
"The years of our life are three score and ten, yet their span is but toil and trouble. They are soon past, and we fly away.." (The Bible). If we fly away., we must in some manner still exist?.
You sir, are a troll's wet-dream.
Sit back and wait for it.....
[quote][p][bold]Old Phucker[/bold] wrote: "The years of our life are three score and ten, yet their span is but toil and trouble. They are soon past, and we fly away.." (The Bible). If we fly away., we must in some manner still exist?.[/p][/quote]You sir, are a troll's wet-dream. Sit back and wait for it..... ohdearithappenedagain
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8:08pm Thu 31 Jan 13

Old Phucker says...

ohdearithappenedagai
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Old Phucker wrote:
"The years of our life are three score and ten, yet their span is but toil and trouble. They are soon past, and we fly away.." (The Bible). If we fly away., we must in some manner still exist?.
You sir, are a troll's wet-dream.
Sit back and wait for it.....
Has this comment any relation to the subject?
[quote][p][bold]ohdearithappenedagai n[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Old Phucker[/bold] wrote: "The years of our life are three score and ten, yet their span is but toil and trouble. They are soon past, and we fly away.." (The Bible). If we fly away., we must in some manner still exist?.[/p][/quote]You sir, are a troll's wet-dream. Sit back and wait for it.....[/p][/quote]Has this comment any relation to the subject? Old Phucker
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12:42pm Fri 1 Feb 13

scally666 says...

Old Phucker wrote:
"The years of our life are three score and ten, yet their span is but toil and trouble. They are soon past, and we fly away.." (The Bible). If we fly away., we must in some manner still exist?.
ah The Bible the world's biggest bit of fiction
[quote][p][bold]Old Phucker[/bold] wrote: "The years of our life are three score and ten, yet their span is but toil and trouble. They are soon past, and we fly away.." (The Bible). If we fly away., we must in some manner still exist?.[/p][/quote]ah The Bible the world's biggest bit of fiction scally666
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10:05am Sun 3 Feb 13

ohdearithappenedagain says...

scally666 wrote:
Old Phucker wrote:
"The years of our life are three score and ten, yet their span is but toil and trouble. They are soon past, and we fly away.." (The Bible). If we fly away., we must in some manner still exist?.
ah The Bible the world's biggest bit of fiction
Aaaaand.... I thank you.
I'm here all week, try the veal.
[quote][p][bold]scally666[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Old Phucker[/bold] wrote: "The years of our life are three score and ten, yet their span is but toil and trouble. They are soon past, and we fly away.." (The Bible). If we fly away., we must in some manner still exist?.[/p][/quote]ah The Bible the world's biggest bit of fiction[/p][/quote]Aaaaand.... I thank you. I'm here all week, try the veal. ohdearithappenedagain
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11:31am Tue 5 Feb 13

Reaping the Whirlwind says...

scally666 wrote:
Old Phucker wrote:
"The years of our life are three score and ten, yet their span is but toil and trouble. They are soon past, and we fly away.." (The Bible). If we fly away., we must in some manner still exist?.
ah The Bible the world's biggest bit of fiction
Not so sure. The mysteries of the ages may soon, within a decade or less, be scientifically explained, including survival of physical death. Check out CERN, the biggest scientific project in history, unlocking the mysteries of other dimensions and other realities. The probability is that you, and all the rest of us, are actually more "dead" than they are.
[quote][p][bold]scally666[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Old Phucker[/bold] wrote: "The years of our life are three score and ten, yet their span is but toil and trouble. They are soon past, and we fly away.." (The Bible). If we fly away., we must in some manner still exist?.[/p][/quote]ah The Bible the world's biggest bit of fiction[/p][/quote]Not so sure. The mysteries of the ages may soon, within a decade or less, be scientifically explained, including survival of physical death. Check out CERN, the biggest scientific project in history, unlocking the mysteries of other dimensions and other realities. The probability is that you, and all the rest of us, are actually more "dead" than they are. Reaping the Whirlwind
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