Today’s article is self-explanatory: Here is the attending Community List for the Nottingham Trowell Show. Any amendments will be made as they arise:
See You Soon
Nottingham – Trowell – Well Being Show
20 – 21 October
Trowell Parish Hall
35 Community Members Attending
FREE TICKETS HERE – One Pound On The Door
Counselling with Cartouche
Divine I – Astrology
Gill Moore Spiritual Healing
Health, Wealth & Happiness
Inner light Hypnosis
JS Natural Therapies
Lizian Crystal Shop
Magic and Mayhem
Spiritual Sat Nav
Sutton Healing Centre
Tanyas Flawless Hair and Beauty Academy
Talks List – To Be Announced
A Visitors Experience:
“The Nottingham Well Being Show has a ‘cult’ following. I love the atmosphere and the exhibitors who consider me as a friend. The first time I attended your show I came with someone who was not too interested in the type of event. Although the second time around I travelled alone, because there was no doubt in my mind I would be amongst friends. Sue welcomed me at the door and Mel Jones recognised me in an instant. I walked around the exhibition for the initial review and found myself in conversations with other visitors and exhibitors.
What I love about the show is there is always new stall holders to see, and although the venue is not the ‘showground’, it certainly holds a good mix of exhibitors. every need is catered for, tarot readers and mediums, books, clothing and esoteric goods are a few examples of what is available. In fact, for the last show of 2017, I came on both days.
A visitor could come just for the talks, the selection is varied and interesting. Agreed the talk room is cosy, but in a way, this is why the visit is so unique, everything seems to be ‘just right’, it’s intimate.
The food is fairly priced and plentiful, this is an important factor for me. I know the menu is not extensive but everything is fresh and well prepared. Let’s face it a mug of coffee for 50p cannot break the bank and the dining area is always full of people. It’s nice, to listen to them talking about their ‘readings’ or a bargain purchased from a stall holder or you could just sit and take in the atmosphere.
This show is special, very special, there is a friendliness which is difficult to find these days. Someone said to me ‘this is a gem of a show’ and he was right. The atmosphere is warming and kind, there seems to be a common purpose. I love the show, and as already said: it almost has a ‘cult’ status. I think the biggest problem Liz has got, is one day the venue will be too small. Liz tells me she’ll cross that bridge if it happens.
For the time being, I will come to every Nottingham Event, I’m nearly seventy and travel by bus to Trowell. You don’t travel at my age unless there is a very good reason, you’ll never be let down at this show. I’m looking forward to this year’s events and meeting with old friends and making some new ones”.