Auntie Julie is just back from a Magic Convention called Trix in the Stix.
250 children’s entertainers met up in a lovely hotel complex called The Lions Quays near Wrexham for a magic convention.
We had lectures, shows and a chance to buy some new magic tricks and restock our balloons.
Auntie Julie is pictured here with her POD friends – these are the entertainers who cheer up the poorly children in hospital.
This bank holiday I was at the Roald Dahl museum in Great Missenden for a Twits and Tricks Day.
We had a magic show followed by a circus workshop
Last week I was back at Princes Risborough for the Monday Brownies
We had a great time and I was sent a photo of their clown plates
There is a new website for mums and dads called Kallikids.
I thought I’d take a look and sign up and advertise on it.
The good news is this.
If you put a recommendation on there, then they are putting you into a free £100 draw
If you have enjoyed one of Auntie Julie’s show, why not take a few minutes and fill the form in
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Yesterday I receive a cheque for £1000 for POD from Dave and Carol from the Christmas House. I met up with Jake, another lucky recipient for a cheque. Dave and Carol pay for the POD shows at Watford hospital. Their contribution allows for two shows every month on Starfish Ward and Safari.
Auntie Julie had a really busy Christmas with around 30 shows over the month. She took her Christmas show from Central London to Buntingford with most of her time spent around Stevenage and the A1(M).
The photograph is from The Watford Association of Magicians Christmas show and Entertainer of the Year Competition.
This year it was won by Dov Citron , but Auntie Julie was a runner up! It was a great afternoon with an audience of almost 100.
Another highlight of the year is the Christmas house in Lancing Way, Croxley Green. Auntie Julie was there twice this year, once for the big ‘turn on’ and again for the Santa’s Grotto day. Over £5000 was raised, some of which will be donated to POD to pay for 3 shows a month at Watford Hospital.
On Saturday I had my 3rd visit to Com Church in Dunstable. I entertained the children while the parents were at their own party down the road. The Church was celebrating its 30th Birthday. It is a massive church with a huge junior following. Full credit to all the organisers of this event.