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Psychic fair bringing people together

TOGETHERNESS: Lynnette Burrell wants to help connect people spiritually through her Woodford Psychic Fair
TOGETHERNESS: Lynnette Burrell wants to help connect people spiritually through her Woodford Psychic Fair Contributed

LYNNETTE Burrell always had an urge to help people who were feeling lost or alone but she never pictured herself hosting a spiritual fair.

Mrs Burrell said she often came across individuals who were looking for answers or felt depressed and that it was satisfying bringing like-minded people together.

"Woodford Psychic Fair aims to do just that,” Mrs Burrell said.

"A lot of people have come to me and said that they can't find spiritual people that don't think they're crazy.”

Mrs' Burrell's daughter and fair co-host Robyn Burrell said she thought the fair was needed.

"The fair helps connect people who are depressed with others who understand them and can be an alternative for people looking for answers,” Miss Burrell said.

Woodford Psychic Fair will be free andwould feature several stalls that sold a range of products such as dreamcatchers, crystals, animal health products, art and even massages.

Donations from the proceeds would be made to the Starlight Children's Foundation.

Doors open 9am Saturday, July 22 at Woodford Memorial Hall, 109 Archer St.


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