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Local rock star to appear at Thame’s Psychic & Wellbeing Fair this September

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Bucks-based drummer, Scott Ottaway, who played with the Searchers for ten years, advocates drumming as a way of helping people with their mental and emotional health. 

Ottaway has recently set up ‘Buckets for Bongos’ to help people with their mental health and is a regular on the Deer Spirit Events circuit. He will be running a drumming workshop at the fair which takes place at the Spread Eagle Hotel in Thame town centre on Sunday 9th September.

Also at this event will be self-help and wellbeing experts, a wide range of 1-1 readers - tarot, clairvoyant, spiritual, oracle, numerology, shamanic, psychic and others, massage and holistic therapists and retail stalls full of unique products not available in the High Street: crystals, wellbeing and healthy living products, arts, crafts, jewellery and much more.

There will also be a wide range of talks, workshops and demos on spiritual, holistic, wellbeing and self-help subjects. Such as: Intuition, Protecting your energy, Taoism and Tai Chi, life purpose, manifesting.

It’s just £2 to get in, you can pay on the door (under 16s free with adult)

Sunday 10th September - 11-5PM

Spread Eagle Hotel, Cornmarket, Thame OX9 2BW

www.deerspirit.co.uk

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