Vegan Outreach Diary
The Vegan Outreach Diary lists the increasing number of vegan events in the UK, from free food stalls to major vegan festivals.
You can now submit your event directly to the Vegan Outreach Diary.
The following groups also compile event listings:
- Animal Aid Events Diary
- Vegan Society Events Diary
- Vegetarian Guides: International Vegetarian and Vegan Festivals
- Vegfest UK : 2016 Vegan Festivals & Fairs
- Veggies Catering Campaign Events
- Viva! Events Diary
- UK-Vegans: Vegan-friendly-events-in-march
- Vegan.com: USA & International Vegan Festivals
Want to organise a Vegan Festival?
The UK Vegan Festival circuit is very mutually supportive.
If you are interested in hosting an event in your town or city, contact organisers of events elsewhere to see whether they have plans for your area. If not ask whether they can offer advice or support for your proposal.
For advice on running street stalls promoting veganism, free vegan food fairs, vegan festivals and even starting a vegan cafe see the Vegan Campaigning Tactics booklet from London Vegan Campaigns (475k pdf – opens in new window).
Read the Students Against Animal Cruelty guide: How to organise a food fair or cruelty-free festival.
Britain’s first annual Vegan Festival debuted in 1998, with over 1,000 attendees. Over 50 events are planned for 2016, some featuring over 200 stalls in multiple venues, over several days, reaching 10,000 or more people. Read more here.
Vegan Free Food Giveaways
VegFund empowers vegan activists worldwide by funding and supporting outreach activities that inspire people to choose a vegan lifestyle. Since its inception in 2009 VegFund sponsored over 1,700 vegan outreach projects in the US, Canada, Mexico, Japan, UK, Australia, India, Africa, and South America. Check out their food sampling advice and video.
Please link to the Vegan Outreach Diary
We encourage event organisers to include a link from their websites to support and promote similar events beyond their own area.
Please add a link on your website, along the lines of:
“Find vegan events all over the UK on the Vegan Outreach Diary“