Fair will promote holistic wellbeing and help Hartlepool’s hospice

Steven Veart, left, Janice Forbes, centre, and Julie Mead from Sweet P's.

Steven Veart, left, Janice Forbes, centre, and Julie Mead from Sweet P's.

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A FAIR which will promote holistic wellbeing will also be raising money for a hospice.

Sweet P’s Garden Centre, which is in Ladysmith Road in Hartlepool, will be hosting an event called the Gifted and Guided Wellbeing Fayre.

It will run from 9am on Saturday, and will include stalls selling wellbeing products and holistic therapies.

It will also include local medium and sculptor Steven Veart who will give a demonstration of his skills as a medium from 7pm.

Tickets for the evening event are £5 and are available from Sweet P’s

Steven said: “The fair is to help promote local businesses as well as raising funds for the hospice”.

Hospice community fundraiser Janice Forbes said: “We wish Steven all the best with his fair and would like to thank him for his continued support of the hospice”.

Hartlepool & District Hospice, based in Wells Avenue, Hartlepool, is a registered charity offering specialist palliative care to hundreds of adults from Hartlepool and East Durham each year.

Individuals who access Hospice services can be living with a variety of illnesses including Cancer, Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disorder, Motor Neurone Disease, end stage heart disease and Parkinson’s.