Three-day Healing Weekend gets underway near Burnham-On-Sea
of visitors from across the UK are expected to visit East Huntspill
this weekend when a popular annual Healing Weekend is held at
Secret World Wildlife Rescue Centre.
in its fifth year, The Healing Weekend started on Friday and continues
on Saturday 13th and Sunday 14th July.
event will see dozens of exhibitors and workshops including therapists,
healers, psychics, clairvoyants, arts and crafts, trade stands
plus music, dance displays and children's activities.
"Now in our fifth year, Ron and I are thrilled with how
the event has grown and with around 180 stands, 90 workshops,
talks, evening shows and daytime performances, it's the event
not to miss this year!" co-organiser Elaine Fenton told Burnham-On-Sea.com.
"We have our usual array of fabulous food, free parking and
great camping facilities."
Children of all ages will also be able to attend The Enchanted
Kingdom where they will be able to enjoy face painting, wand and
wing making, children's yoga, circus skills, games, bubble blowing,
drumming, hooping and more plus visit Secret World's cute guests.
winners and runners up of the local musical talent competition
will also be playing on the main stage during The Healing Weekend.
added: "To celebrate our success, and our 5th birthday, in
partnership with Burnham-On-Sea.com, we created the opportunity
for a local band/performer to have the chance to play to our audience
on our main stage."
Quentin Leigh, from Bristol and currently studying at Plymouth
University has been declared winner.
was the artist chosen as our winner and we want to say a huge
congratulations to him and hope he has an amazing time at the
event, and with his future career."
two runners-up will also be playing - Taylor Topham from Burnham
and 9-year-old Gracie Wickens-Sweet from Brent Knoll.
blew the judges away with his acoustic singing and Gracie melted
their hearts with her outstanding voice," added Elaine.
The event will be open from 10am to 6pm daily, with entrance
costing £5 (under 14's free) with Friday and Saturday shows
from 7pm to 10.15pm, tickets £5 from the ticket office on
the day. There is an additional charge for daytime workshops.