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Exeter Vegan Market

Exeter’s vegan market is continuing into 2020

Join us for and sample some of the best vegan products made by artisans in the South West.

A mindfully curated bi-monthly Vegan Market at The Corn Exchange in Exeter, showcasing local independent, ethical, vegan friendly artisans, traders, makers and small businesses.

The event is co-ordinated by a not for profit group including Exeter Friends For Animals (EFFA) and Fairfoods and proceeds will go towards supporting EFFA campaigns.

FREE ENTRY

Each market runs from 10-2.30pm at the Corn Exchange, Exeter, Devon EX1 1BW. Pitch fees start from £30 per market (£20 charity).

Plymouth Vegan Festival

70+ fantastic stalls, world food caterers, exciting cookery demos, inspirational talks, interactive workshops, yoga and children’s activities running throughout the day from 10.30am – 4.30pm at Plymouth Guildhall 
 
Entry is £4 payable per day on the door (under 16’s free) or £15 for VIP tickets in advance to include fast track entry and a goody bag full of vegan products, samples, discounts and offers.
 
To host a demo, talk or workshop or find out more information please email veganeventsuk@gmail.com

Animal Aid’s Christmas Without Cruelty Festival

Animal Aid’s popular Christmas Festival returns to Exeter Corn Exchange on November 24th, offering visitors a great day out and a chance to purchase original gifts and cards that make a difference. There will be almost 50 stalls, featuring ethical traders and organisations that promote human, animal and environmental causes. Products on sale will include fair trade clothes, chocolates galore, local arts and crafts, cruelty-free cosmetics, quality bric-a-brac and a wide range of delicious vegan cakes.

But it’s not just about great and original shopping ideas. There will also be a superb choice of plant-based savouries and sweets to enjoy, reflecting the current explosion of interest in vegan living. In addition to our unrivalled and great-value all-day restaurant, we have lots of cakes, pies, jams, chutneys and cookies to take away or – if you can resist – give as gifts or keep for your own Christmas treats. Other highlights include a tasting table with some of the latest vegan products to sample, a talk offering top tips for aspiring vegans, and lots of recipes and information to take home.

Entry to the festival is completely free.

If you are interested in booking a stall, please contact iain@animalaid.co.uk. Thank you.

Exeter Vegan Market

Exeter’s vegan market is continuing into 2019

Join us for and sample some of the best vegan products made by artisans in the South West.

A mindfully curated Vegan Market at The Corn Exchange in Exeter, showcasing local independent, ethical, vegan friendly artisans, traders, makers and small business.

The event is co-ordinated by a not for profit group including Sweet Vegan Cakes, Fairfoods & Exeter Friends For Animals (EFFA), proceeds from all stall fees will go to support EFFA campaigns.

FREE ENTRY

We are currently accepting applications from stall holders for Exeter Vegan Market 2019! We have markets booked for the following dates:

Saturday 19 January
Saturday 16 March
Saturday 25 May
Saturday 20 July
Saturday 14 September

Each market runs from 10-2.30pm at the Corn Exchange, Exeter, Devon EX1 1BW. Pitch fees start from £30 per market (£20 charity).

 

Bert Miller and The Spoils Collective

Music & Munchies raising funds for Plymouth Hedgehog Care and Rehab, rescuing hedgehogs on a daily basis

An Evening of Enlightening Entertainment:

Performances from The Spoils Collective – Marion Maz & Austen Mintern & Bert Miller

Vegan Friendly Food

What more could you want for a night out in Plymouth

Limited Tickets Available £10.00 per person
Booking in Advance Required Please

Prize Draw – raising funds for Plymouth Hedgehog Care and Rehab or are rescuing hedgehogs on a daily basis

All-day Vegan Elevensies – Plymouth Popup Market

All Day Vegan Elevensies – Vegan Outreach – Pop Up, Drop In, Mini Vegan Market

Naturally Vegan Plot vegan organic produce stall, related books, vegan and animal rights badges, Bric-a-Brac, etc.

Discover Veganism information stall and library

A pop up, drop in social, networking, vegan outreach, mini market …

* supplying vegan organic produce and opportunities to discuss plans and progress and get involved with The Naturally Vegan Plot …

* also offering an array of food suitable for vegans including cakes and pasties, hot drinks, mulled apple juice and GF options all available on a donations basis

* discover veganism on our vegan information stall …

* browse for gifts, cards and useful items among the bric-a-brac and arts and craft stalls …

* sit relax and read from our library of vegan related leaflets, books and magazines

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Contributions of cakes, bric-a-brac, plants most welcome … vegan gluten free cakes are always a favourite 🙂

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We are in a position to offer a wide range of bulk fair trade, vegan, organic wholefoods, toiletries, household products etc. at very reasonable prices with this in mind we are considering trying to set up a bit of a customer base through All Day Vegan Elevensies please feel free to ask

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Tavy Lodge Scout Hut is a cosy venue with a garden
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Why a Fundraiser …

The Naturally Vegan Plot is a volunteer run educational and community orientated land based initiative, we are to all intent and purposes a community enterprise, The Naturally Vegan Plot and the events we organise are our Vegan Outreach and activism offering positive solutions which are alternatives to current destructive methods of land use and food production.

We are ethically driven, we exist for the animals, for wildlife, for nature, for the environment, for the Earth, for vegans, for new vegans … for all life on Earth, for a brighter, healthier world where vegan organic produce is abundant and animals and land are not exploited and sacrificed for anyone’s desires …

We exist to disseminate information and raise awareness, for education, research, demonstration, practicle positive and appropriate solutions, wildlife and nature conservation and sanctuary plus vegan organic / veganic produce through our market garden, woodland / forest gardening …

We are not profit driven or motivated by money … we are motivated by doing the best we can to cause and contribute to least possible harm and we are committed to helping others do the same ( or better 😉 )

Due to the nature of our work we are in need of support from the community, all donations will be invested in furthering our work as an ethical vegan organic enterprise with the aims of growing and providing truly vegan foods …
our current priorities for fundraising are paying rent for the land and funds to secure the future of The Naturally Vegan Plot beyond our second year.

Real food – no crap!
No pesticides, no herbicides, no insecticides, no blood fish bone, no manure, etc.

…….

Our inspiration and influences

Ken Fern – Founder of Charity Plants For A Future – Vegan Organic Woodland Gardening, Researcher, Author, Database, 7000 Edible and Otherwise Useful Plants For A Healthier World http://www.pfaf.org

Kathleen Jannaway – Vegan, Pioneer, Founder of Movement For Compassionate Living, Author of Abundant Living in The Coming Age of The Tree http://www.mclveganway.org.uk

 

All-day Vegan Elevensies – December Roast

All Day Vegan Elevensies

Vegan Outreach

Pop Up, Drop In, Mini Market

Saturday 16th December – 11am – 6pm

Roast Special –
Roulade, Roast Potatoes, Veggies and Gravy

GF Option – to be confirmed

Baked Potatoes
Soup

Meringue Nests, with Fruit and Cream

1pm – Cooking Demo with Carole Chapple – Mince Pies and Cream

(All made with love and with cruelty free)

Mulled Apple Juice

Drinks

Homemade Jam

Live Music

Naturally Vegan Plot vegan organic produce stall, related books, vegan and animal rights badges, Bric-a-Brac, etc.

Discover Veganism information stall and library

More Details –
All Day Vegan Elevensies offers a bit of everything vegan –

A pop up, drop in social, networking, vegan outreach, mini market …

* supplying vegan organic produce and opportunities to discuss plans and progress and get involved with The Naturally Vegan Plot …

* also offering an array of food suitable for vegans including cakes and pasties, hot drinks, mulled apple juice and GF options all available on a donations basis

* discover veganism on our vegan information stall …

* browse for gifts, cards and useful items amongst the bric-a-brac and arts and craft stalls …

* sit relax and read from our library of vegan related leaflets, books and magazines

………

Contributions of cakes, bric-a-brac, plants most welcome … vegan gluten free cakes are always a favourite 🙂

………

We are in a position to offer a wide range of bulk fair trade, vegan, organic wholefoods, toiletries, household products etc. at very reasonable prices with this in mind we are considering trying to set up a bit of a customer base through All Day Vegan Elevensies please feel free to ask

………

Tavy Lodge Scout Hut is a cosy venue with a garden
………

Why a Fundraiser …

The Naturally Vegan Plot is a volunteer run educational and community orientated land based initiative, we are to all intent and purposes a community enterprise, The Naturally Vegan Plot and the events we organise are our Vegan Outreach and activism offering positive solutions which are alternatives to current destructive methods of land use and food production.

We are ethically driven, we exist for the animals, for wildlife, for nature, for the environment, for the Earth, for vegans, for new vegans … for all life on Earth, for a brighter, healthier world where vegan organic produce is abundant and animals and land are not exploited and sacrificed for anyone’s desires …

We exist to disseminate information and raise awareness, for education, research, demonstration, practicle positive and appropriate solutions, wildlife and nature conservation and sanctuary plus vegan organic / veganic produce through our market garden, woodland / forest gardening …

We are not profit driven or motivated by money … we are motivated by doing the best we can to cause and contribute to least possible harm and we are committed to helping others do the same ( or better 😉 )

Due to the nature of our work we are in need of support from the community, all donations will be invested in furthering our work as an ethical vegan organic enterprise with the aims of growing and providing truly vegan foods …
our current priorities for fundraising are paying rent for the land and funds to secure the future of The Naturally Vegan Plot beyond our second year.

Real food – no crap!
No pesticides, no herbicides, no insecticides, no blood fish bone, no manure, etc.

…….

Our inspiration and influences

Ken Fern – Founder of Charity Plants For A Future – Vegan Organic Woodland Gardening, Researcher, Author, Database, 7000 Edible and Otherwise Useful Plants For A Healthier World http://www.pfaf.org

Kathleen Jannaway – Vegan, Pioneer, Founder of Movement For Compassionate Living, Author of Abundant Living in The Coming Age of The Tree http://www.mclveganway.org.uk

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Discovering Veganism – Health, Nutrition, Fitness

Celebrating Vegan Month – in Plymouth

Discover Veganism – An afternoon focussing on Vegan Health, Nutrition and Fitness

Talks, Stalls, & Networking

Doors open at 12.00 noon

1.00 pm – Talks from 1.00 pm

Buddhafield Festival

The Buddhafield Festival is a gathering of just over 3,000 beautiful people — a joyful and unique creation of community. Ritual, song, dance, arts and crafts, yoga, t’ai chi, meditation, and play, blend together in a drink- and drug-free environment. The Festival is for people from all traditions — and none — coming together in a mindful and family-friendly space, allowing hearts and minds to open.

Compassion at the Castle

As its own finale to the three week Vegan Festival of Britain, Animal Aid has joined forces with Exeter Friends for Animals for a spectacular summer event in the grand setting of Exeter Castle.

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