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December 2019

Sneinton Vegan Market, Nottingham

Saturday 21st December @ 11:00 - 15:00
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Sneinton Market, Gedling Street
Nottingham, Nottinghamshire NG1 1DS United Kingdom
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First and Third Saturday Every Month Nottingham's Sneinton Market is a community based local social enterprise. A resource for all the communities in Sneinton, St.Ann's and the Creative Quarter. Sneinton Vegan Market is now the established event to regularly celebrate and showcase great tasting vegan food and drink, crafts, animal rescues & other products/services.It is wonderful to see so many committed people in what is a growing movement. Come join us on the first Saturday of each month for loads…

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January 2020

Veganuary

Wed 1st January, 2020
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Try veganuary

January 1st sees the beginning of Veganuary Veganuary, in association with Viva! invite you to eat delicious, healthy food, save lives and help the environment. Join thousands of people going vegan for the month of January. If you’re not currently vegan this is the perfect opportunity to try! Veganuary’s great resource of recipes, health and nutrition tips, and loads of other useful stuff will help guide you through …. It couldn’t be simpler with a 31 full days’ worth of…

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June 2020

McLibel Anniversary

Fri 19th June, 2020
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McLibel: Anniversary of 1997 High Court Victory! The High Court ruled that McDonald's marketing has "pretended to a positive nutritional benefit which their food did not match"; that they "exploit children"; are "culpably responsible for animal cruelty" and "pay low wages". The Appeal court added that it was fair comment that their employees worldwide "do badly in terms of pay and conditions", and true that "if one eats enough McDonald's food" this may well lead to "the very real risk…

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