30 January 2022
Sunday 30 January 2022
10am - 5pm
Middleton Masonic Hall
133 Manchester Old Road
The Sanctuary MBS are hosting a Mind, Body & Spirit Fayre bringing like minded people together to enjoy and relax in beautiful energies.
Hope you can join us and treat yourself to a complementary therapy, have a reading, or purchase from our vast retail section.
50 stalls are booked and confirmed inside the hall .Talks and demonstrations are included in the entrance price with lots on offer throughout the day - something for all the family.
The venue is set in lovely surroundings, the food and the service is second to none.
Holistic therapies and mindfulness will play a huge part in people's life this year, so if you have a interest or it's just the start of your journey then please come and join some great stall holders.
Line-up of the day's events:
11am - Melissa hart, Mediumship Demonstration
11.45am - Frank Line, Auraphotography and its uses
12.30pm - Alana Bennett, Guided Shamanic Journey
1.15pm - Julie Hayes, Law of Attraction and vision board
2pm - Stephen Kirkbride, Numerology/ Winners and Losers
2.45pm - Esther Killen Vala Stiorra's, Introduction to Witchcraft
3.30pm - Amy Goodwin, Light Language - Activate your Soul's Voice
4pm - Claire Losty, My Personal Experience of Seeing Angels and Spirit
Entry fee: £4 / £3 concessions / Children free
Contact: Helen or Penny
07793 141160 / 07449 338642
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