12 May 2017
Sunday 28 May sees our popular Complementary Therapies Fair return to Waters’ Edge Visitor Centre in Barton. This year’s Fair will offer a vast array of therapies and treatments to try, alongside gifts and information. It will be open from 10am to 4pm.
New for 2017 there will be a series of demonstrations and talks.
Angelique Lansley will start the day off with a Healthy Smoothie Making and Tasting workshop at 10am. Start your day with a strong, healthy breakfast, with nutrients that will keep you going all morning.
At 11am, Steven Blake shows you no one needs suffer. He will explain why physical pain and emotional pain share many similarities and how that knowledge can be used to remove or reduce pain and suffering. Participants must be seated by 10.55am.
Expert Sound Practitioner, John Thornberry, will be giving a talk and demonstration on singing bowls at 1.45pm, followed by a sound shower. £2 per person.
Places are limited and must be booked in advance by calling Waters’ Edge on 01652 631500.
If you are interested in having a stand at the event, please contact Vicki Brooks on 01724 297774.
Cllr Rob Waltham, Leader of North Lincolnshire Council, said:
“Last year’s Complementary Therapies Fair at Waters’ Edge was very popular so we are encouraging people to book their places on the talks and demonstrations as soon as possible, to avoid disappointment.
“The fair is free to attend. There will be lots to see, do and buy. Make a day of it and enjoy lunch in the café and a walk around the beautiful surroundings.
“If you would like a stand at the Fair, please get in touch with Vicki while there are still spaces available.”