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Festival Feel Good

This weekend, Lytham will host a festival promoting well-being and alternative therapies. It’s an unusual approach to feeling good but I am all for ways to improve quality of life (although travel and chocolate are my preferences). I quite like angel card readings and although very girlie, the idea of suggestion, visualisation and positive affirmations sit comfortably with me.
The Fylde Feel Good Festival, based at Lytham Cricket Club on 20 to 22 March, marks the Angel Lounge’s first anniversary. The centre practices reiki, crystal and angel meditations and is run by a husband and wife team with backgrounds in theology, metaphysical practise, reiki and tarot reading. The weekend promises a resurgence of 70s cool. Stalls are available and can be requested through the Facebook page. A further event is planned for July at Fleetwood Football Club.
The event promises accessible car parking and its carefully designed layout means that this is a festival the weather can’t spoil. During the day, there will be lots of free talks and demonstrations from various exhibitors whilst in the evening live music will be provided by a range of local musicians and bands.With a fully licensed bar and on-site catering, the festival is open from 10am to 9pm on Friday and Saturday and from 10am to 4pm on Sunday.

There are dozens of attractions listed, some examples are:

  • Ron Hayes – tarot card readings
  • Karma Gift Shop – esoteric gifts and crafts
  • Purple Mountain (Einstein Initiative) – Mahannah Healing and spiritual gifts
  • Peace & Light – spiritual gifts
  • DNA4Life – personalised fitness and nutritional programmes and advice
  • Arbonne – pure and safe skin care products based on botanical principles
  • Marsh Side Teas – purveyors of hand-blended speciality teas
  • Tropic – skin care and make-up based on 100% pure plant extracts
  • Lilybelle – handmade knitted bags and accessories
  • Aggie McGuinness – photographer specialising in weddings and portraiture
  • Jeanette & Laura Crosland – ceramic, leather and metal crafts
  • Sublime Candles – hand crafted and beautifully scented natural candles
  • Sparkle Creations – hand-painted glassware
  • Asian Treats – sweet and savoury Indian-inspired snacks
  • Country Crepes – handmade sweet and savoury filled crepes
  • Dunscar Bridge Brewery – speciality ales microbrewery
  • Mrs Kirkham’s Lancashire Cheese Company – famous local cheesemaker
  • Suzanne’s Cupcakes & Brownies – a delicious selection of handmade bakery treats.

If you are searching for a different perspective this could be for you and at £3 entrance fee it’s probably worth a visit.

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