PEOPLE can explore their spiritual side and raise money for a valued charity this weekend.
A Gifted and Guided Wellbeing Fair at Sweet P’s garden centre takes place on Saturday, December 13, and will raise funds for Hartlepool & District Hospice.
There will be a variety of stalls selling items such Christmas gifts, candles, jewellery, wellbeing products, holistic therapies and an American sweet shop.
The Hospice will also be there and visitors can pick up their 2015 Calendar and other merchandise.
Sweet P’s, on Ladysmith Road, in Belle Vue, Hartlepool, will also offer a 10 per cent discount on all real Christmas trees throughout the day.
The fair will run from 9am until 4pm and all are welcome.
Then on the evening Steven Veart, Toni Simpson, Coral Ryder and Lynda will give a demonstration of mediumship.
It is followed by karaoke fun from 6.30pm until 9pm.
Tickets for the evening event are £5 each and are available to purchase from Sweet P’s.
Hospice supporter Steven Veart said: “The fair aims to promote local businesses as well as raise funds for the Hospice.
“I support the Hospice as I believe a person’s last hours are equally as important as their first.”
Janice Forbes, community fundraiser at the Hospice thanked Steven and the organisers for their ongoing support.
Janice added: “This is a great chance for people to purchase some unique gifts as well as supporting their local Hospice and I would like to thank Steven for his continued support.”