Sacred Haven Holistic Events is bringing a festival to Cleator's Ennerdale Country House Hotel.

The upcoming Autumn Holistic Mind, Body & Spirit Festival on Sunday, October 8, continues a string of successful events that have, to date, raised over £10,000 for Cash for Kids.

The festival boasts a line-up of more than 45 holistic exhibitors, offering diverse treatments, products and services, as well as talks and workshops.

The day-long festival will commence at 10am and last until4 pm, introducing the wider community to the myriad benefits of holistic therapies.

Emma-Louise Summerfield, the founder of Sacred Haven Holistic Events and a local jewellery designer for Moon Dream Jewellery, said: "I am delighted to bring the opportunity of experiencing the wonderful benefits of holistic therapies and approaches to our community, which address the whole person, including their physical, mental and emotional health.

"Which I feel is absolutely key in our modern day demanding, stressful lifestyles, especially more than ever from the recent and ongoing traumatic and devastating effects of the pandemic and current world issue."

Having attended similar gatherings in Scotland, Lancashire, Yorkshire, and Cheshire, Emma-Louise envisioned creating a similar sanctuary in her native West Cumbria that encompasses positivity and empowerment.

In addition to an array of taster treatments such as Reflexology, Meditation, Aromatherapy, Facials, Reiki healing, and Yoga, the festival attendees will have the opportunity to attend workshops on healthy eating, fitness, bio-energy, and sound healing, amongst others.

For the curious minds, Angel, Oracle, Tarot, and Past life card readings will also be available.

Animal holistic care and healing is another offering, while local artisan crafts and creations also add to the attractions.

Emma-Louise said: "At our event I feel privileged to be providing a great networking platform for holistic and spiritual businesses in our local area, whilst helping our amazing local charity Cash For Kids, which helps disadvantaged, poorly and disabled children right here in our local community, Cumbria and south west Scotland."

Entry costs £4 and there will be a raffle held on the day.