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Mind Body Spirit Wellbeing Show Cirencester


The Deer Spirit Mind Body Spirit Wellbeing Show is back at Bingham Hall, Cirencester on Sunday 9th September.

You can speak to a self-help or wellbeing expert, get a 1-1 reading from one of our fabulous readers (tarot, clairvoyant, spiritual, oracle, numerology, shamanic, psychic and many more)

Or you can get a relaxing massage or holistic therapy. Or browse our wonderful retail stalls full of unique products that you can’t get in the High Street. Crystals, wellbeing and healthy living products, arts, crafts, jewellery and much more.

There will be a wide range of talks, workshops and demos on spiritual, holistic, wellbeing and self-help subjects. Such as: crystals, dowsing, energy testing, reincarnation and karma, the nature of reality, the spirit world and a demonstration of mediumship with Lorraine Francois and Alan Salmon.

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

Saturday 9th September - 11-5PM

Bingham Hall, King Street, Cirencester GL1 1JT


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