Friday, 11 November 2016

Plymouth Vegan Fair and Party

Get yourself just over the border to Devon tomorrow for not only a vegan fair but a vegan party afterwards.  The Plymouth Vegan Fair, hosted by Plymouth Friends for Animals, has been organised to celebrate the Vegan Month of November. Both take place at the Discovery Cafe on Eastlake Street in the city centre.

It's free admission to the fair, which kicks off at 3pm and runs until 6.30pm, with food available from the delicious vegan Devon based caterers Fairfoods.  There are talks during the afternoon including an Alkaline Diet Talk by Laura Wilson, James Stewart talking about the badgers role in Bovine TB, Berty Justice on the power of food and the power of you and a talk about Cornwall Badger Rescue from Kathryn Driscoll.  For vegan shoppers and information gatherers, there are plenty of stalls to peruse including; 

Alkaline Diet
Andy Pollock - Wood Turner
Dr Hadwen Trust
Tropics Cosmetics
Devon Wildlife Trust
Devon Badger Group
(St Agnes) Marine Conservation
Plymouth Friends for Animals - info and sales
Oh My Goodness Cakes
Ethica - all vegan shop
Devon County Hunt Sabs
The Naturally Vegan Plot
EFFA with Animal Headsets
James Stewart - wildlife photographer
Hyfryd vegan skincare - hand made in Wales
Ethical Investors
Wild Futures
Cruelty Free International
Arts, crafts and jewelry stalls raising funds for CALF Sanctuary and Rabbit Rescue

If that wasn't enough entertainment for the day, half an hour after the fair closes the Vegan Party opens its doors, again at the Discovery Cafe.  

There is a charge to attend the party which does include a vegan meal from Fairfoods

Fortunately for Plymouth Friends for Animals all the full price meal tickets have sold out now (unfortunate though if you are only reading this now and kind of wanted to go and eat too!) but there are still some standing non meal tickets left for the evening if you would like to indulge in some great vegan company, music, and poetry.  

For full details on the fair and the party please visit the Plymouth Vegan Fair Facebook page

For more information on the work of Plymouth Friends for Animals, give their website a peek via the link above.

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