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Sunday 2nd December 2012

Animal Aid's Christmas Fair

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http://sphotos-b.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-ash3/59164_10151344842050953_551089791_n.jpgAnimal Aid’s 20th Annual Christmas Without Cruelty Fair at Kensington Town Hall, Hornton Street, London, W8. Admission £2, children under 11 enter free.

The huge range of cruelty-free items on offer means that you can do all your Christmas shopping in one place, with more than 95 stall holders, listed in Fair guide and programme and on event website.

Speakers include Professor Peter Squires and Ms Cupcake!



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Veggies crewEvent report on Nottingham Indymedia

"Then on Sunday, lots more of the Veggies volunteers up in Nottingham set their alarms for 5:30 am to make it down to help at Animal Aid's Cruelty-Free Christmas Fayre at Kensington Town Hall. This is an annual ethical living event, that sees around 100 vegan and cruelty-free stalls take part, so absolutely no animal products and nothing tested on animals. There was a huge diversity of stalls, from charities and campaigning groups, through to food and drink, shoes, clothes, cosmetics, toiletries and gifts. It was quite a sensory overload of tastes, smells and sights, as well as there being a range of interesting talks throughout the day.

Volunteers were kept on their toes; there was huge demand for Veggies food all day, as swarms of visitors queued to order something from one of the most popular vegan caterers in the UK (the most popular maybe?)"

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10am - 5pm at Kensington Town Hall, Hornton Street, London W8 (opposite High Street Kensington tube station).

The fayre will feature more than 95 stands promoting ethical living and cruelty-free products – representing campaigning groups, animal sanctuaries, ethical companies and food outlets. Everything on sale will, of course, be vegan and non-animal tested, so it’s the ideal venue to stock up on all your Christmas gifts and have an informative and fun day out at the same time.

Catch up with friends in one of our vegan cafés, listen to inspiring talks by our guest speakers, take part in our ever popular Press ups competition, or just shop 'tll you drop!

Check out all the latest animal-friendly products and don’t forget to stock up on your supply of Christmas chocolates!

Then for children there will be a special workshop and face painting for them to enjoy and a crèche to leave you free for an hour or so.

Whatever, you do, you can be sure of meeting like-minded people in a congenial atmosphere. This is the event of the year, so don’t miss it!

Exhibitors


Here's a list of the organisations that are exhibiting at the fayre this year, along with their stall locations. (Stalls 1-66 are in the Great Hall.)










ANIMAL AIDMain Foyer
1066 Cake Stand62
Anglican Society for the Welfare of AnimalsUpper Lobby 104
Animal Care EgyptLower Foyer 8
Animal Cruelty Investigation Group51
Animal Defenders International39
Animal EqualityLower Foyer 6
Animal Protection Agency35
Animal SOS Sri LankaLower Foyer 19
Animals Asia Foundation45/46
Animals Count21
Athene Skincare24
AyurindiaLower Foyer 17
Baan Unrak Animal SanctuaryLower Foyer 4
Beanies Health FoodsMain Foyer
Black FishUpper Floor 105
Bohohemp47
Boon Lott Elephant SanctuaryLower Foyer 3
Brooke Hospital for AnimalsLower Foyer 9
BUAV22/23
Captive Animals Protection Society30
Care for the Wild International26
Compassion in World FarmingLower Foyer 7
Daisy & Co MarshmallowsUpper Floor Corridor 112
Doris Banham Dog RescueLower Foyer 1/2
Ecotricity Group Ltd60
Eco-Vegan Shoes31
Fairfoods of Devon CateringMain Foyer
A Fine ChoiceUpper Floor Corridor 111
Folly Wildlife Rescue1/2
Forget-me-Not Animal Rescue59
Fox-Agon57
Fox Project41/42
F.R.I.E.N.D. Animal Rescue55
Friends of the AnimalsLower Foyer 15/18
Good Hemp FoodUpper Floor 106
Greek Animal Rescue65/66
Greek Animal Welfare Fund61
Greek Cat RescueUpper Floor 103
Greek Cat Welfare Society32
Green PartyLower Foyer 12
Greeneye Wildlife29
Halcyon Cat HavenUpper Floor 100
Heavenly Cake Company18
Heavenly Organics Skin Care63
HempishLower Foyer 10
Hipo Hyfryd34
Honesty Cosmetics12/13
Hounds OffUpper Floor Corridor 109
Hugletts Wood Farm Animal Sanctuary36
Hunt Saboteurs Association53
I am Natural6
Lakeside Ethical TreatsUpper Floor 101
League Against Cruel SportsLower Foyer 14
London Animal RightsUpper Floor Corridor 110
Lush Handmade Cosmetics48/49
Man-Kind Images64
Mayhew Animal HomeLower Foyer 16
MONA UKLower Foyer 13
Moo Free50
Ms Cupcake4/5
NOWALELower Foyer 20
Plamil Foods37/38
Print Rescuer14/15
Protect our Wild Animals (POWA)Upper Floor 107
RadDree Accessories58
Razzle Dazzle Ices7
Redwood FoodsMain Foyer
Safe Haven for Donkeys3
Sea Shepherd UK10/11
Shambhu's Vegan CateringMain Foyer
Speak Campaigns9
Stop Huntingdon Animal Cruelty (SHAC)8
Sweetcheeks25
Tower Hill Stables Animal Sanctuary33
Vegan BodybuildersUpper Floor 108
Vegan Runners UKLower Foyer 5
Vegan Society52
Vegan Store43/44/56
Vegetarian Shoes16/17
Vegusto27/28
Veggies CateringUpper Floor
Vervet Monkey FoundationUpper Floor 102
Ville De Fleurs40
VIVA!19/20
West Kent Badger GroupLower Foyer 11
Wild Futures Monkey Sanctuary54


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Veggies Climate Change Campaigns

To get to this event Veggies will emit approx 160kg CO2 (total distance: 131 miles each way - route).

However by helping an estimated 500 people Eat Vegan we will “offset” 1000 kg CO2

If ONE customer goes Vegan For Life, they will save 1.5 tonnes CO2 every year, as well as saving 4022 animals lives, and enabling all the world’s peoples to receive a Fair Share of the world’s resources.

For references see http://www.veggies.org.uk/climate and New Scientist.

HOW ARE WE DOING?

If we have helped change your diet please let us know - email info@veggies.org.uk




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If you'd like us to bring you any of our foods, literature or campaign goods, some of which are on our online shop please contact us with details


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Whenever possible Veggies feature the publications of the Movement for Compassionate Living, which we print and distribute to promote simple living and vegan self-reliance as a remedy to the exploitation of humans, animals and the Earth.

We also support our nominated charity, Vegfam, ‘Feeding the hungry without exploiting animals’. If you can help us with either of these projects at this event, whilst we are busy with Veggies catering, please email pat@veggies.org.uk.


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