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Blackpool North Pier’s Sun Lounge is hosting a clairvoyance evening featuring five of the resort’s most popular mediums on Saturday in aid of a local addiction charity.

An Evening of Clairvoyance will be raising funds for ADS (Addiction Dependency Solutions), a charity with a centre based in Cookson Street, which, assists those in need of treatment for addictions to either alcohol or drugs.

Steve Beastall is known throughout the spiritualist world as the ‘evidence man’ because he gives people very specific evidence of personal memories.

Glen Barratt was born in Manchester and moved to Blackpool 30 years ago. He has been working as a medium in and around the Fylde coast for 25 years in spiritualist churches, clubs and in partnership with his wife Lynn, organising demonstrations for local charities.

Jeanette and Colin Greenhalgh run the Rosewing Spiritual Centre and Hotel in Hornby Road where they conduct teaching weekends and other spiritual events. They have worked throughout the UK and Colin is known as one of the most popular trance mediums and healers in the area.

Jean Entwistle has over 15 years experience working as a spiritual medium and travels all over the North West and beyond demonstrating mediumship.

Tickets are £7.50 in advance from the North Pier box office next to the Merrie England (01253 623304), or can be purchased on the night at the door to the Sun Lounge.