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Brit Awards Psychic to Appear at Witney’s Psychic and Wellbeing  Fair This March


Romany psychic and fortune teller, Lee Petulengro, will be doing on-on-one readings at the fair at Langdale Hall, which takes place on March 11th and 12th, from 11am to 5pm. He will be there for the Sunday, only.

Lee appeared at the recent Brit Awards, doing psychic, tarot and palm readings at the after party. He also featured on Channel 4’s Celebrity Ghost Trip, where he read for the celebrities who were visiting some of Britain’s most haunted places.

Lee is from a long line of fortune tellers dating back to the 14th Century. Most notably, Lee's grandfather, Xavier, dubbed ‘King of the Gypsies,’ by the press, came to the UK from Romania in the 1930s and went on to become a noted writer, broadcaster and astrologer.

Lee’s grandmother, Gypsy Rosalee, had a celebrated fortune telling booth on Blackpool Pier for many years. Lee has his own booth in Cardiff market.

Witney’s Psychic and Wellbeing Fair has been running for over fifteen years, is organised by Deer Spirit Events and is now a two-day show.

The fair features a wide range of psychic and tarot readers, mediums, holistic therapists, and retailers selling crystals, arts and crafts, jewellery, healthy living products, essential oils, and much more.

Talks and workshops cover crystals, iridology, palmistry, dealing with stress, Lightworking, Spring Equinox, Akashic Records and much more.


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