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Thame Psychic & Wellbeing Fair

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Brit Awards Psychic to make first appearance at Thame Psychic & Wellbeing Fair on Sunday 3rd December.

Romany psychic and fortune teller, Lee Petulengro, will be doing on-on-one readings at the fair, which takes place at the Spread Eagle Hotel. The event is organised by Deer Spirit Events – who also run similar events in Witney, Banbury, Kidlington and Didcot.

Lee appeared at the Brit Awards, this year, doing psychic, tarot and palm readings at the Awards 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.

Doors open 11-5pm. Exhibitors specialise in holistic therapies, wellbeing, self-help, and mindfulness. One-to-one tarot, psychic, clairvoyant and shamanic readings are on offer.

Retailers will be selling crystals, arts and crafts, healthy living products, jewellery and much more. Talks and workshops cover sound healing, abundance, psychometry, tai-chi, self-love and plant-based living

Parking and refreshments onsite. Address Spread Eagle Hotel, Cornmarket, Thame, OX9 2BW


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