24 April 2021 - 25 April 2021
Saturday 24 April 2021 - Sunday 25 April 2021
10am - 5pm
Middleton Masonic Hall
133 Manchester Old Road
The Sanctuary MBS are hosting a Mind, Body and Spirit Fayre over two days at Middleton Masonic Hall.
There will be plenty to explore with exhibitors offering all types of complimentary therapies ranging from psychics, healers, mediums and varied spiritual retail stalls.
Saturday 24 April
11.30am - Jules Kay, The Healing Benefits of Crystals
12.30pm - Frank Line, The Purpose of Auras
1.30pm - Melissa Hart, Demonstration of Mediumship
2.30pm - Adrian Dobson, Change Your Life Now
3.30pm - Stephen Kirkbride, The Power of Numbers
4.15pm - Alana Bennett, Guided Sharmanic Journey
Sunday 25 April
11.30am - Jules Kay, The Ritual of Cacao - Chocolate, though not as you know it
12.30pm - Samantha Wilson, Reluctant Rebel Holistic Journey
1.30pm - Stephen Kirkbride, The Power of Numbers
2.30pm - Lynn Meadowcroft, How Fear is Holding You Back
3.30pm - Katarzyna Jablonska, Origins of Mankind 5th Dimensional Essenian & Pleiadian Healing
4.15pm - Jeni Marie, It's All About Spirit
This event has had a risk assessment and is fully supported to go ahead. All precautions will be in place for the stall holders and the general public to be Covid safe.
A 2-day pass is available for £6, concessions £5. Or price per day is adults £4, concessions £3 and children under 16 free.
Contact: Helen Reid
07793 141 160
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