Shea-Me, presents Rochester’ first Vegan Festival @ the Corn Exchange, Rochester, with 40 vegan traders selling everything from delicious vegan food, drinks, cakes, chocolates, beers, clothes, cosmetics and lots more!
Shea-me events is about bringing the vegan community together and everyone else in one place, creating a vegan world of fun and love for everyone!
The first ever Spadework Vegan Festival on Sunday 17th June near West Malling, Kent features with 30 stalls of food, drink, beauty, clothing and plants. Charities International Animal Rescue and FRIEND animal sanctuary will be there, plus talks, comedy and music. Hope you can come!
Kent Vegan Festival 2018 will be at a bigger venue, with more indoor and outdoor (green) space.
We aim to continuously improve the quality of the festival and will be including even more more family activities, workshops and speakers next year.
We will maintain a strict but fair eligibility criteria for stallholders and other participants. All must be 100% vegan and also actively mindful of earth rights and human rights as well as animal rights.
Maidstone Vegan Festival is back this summer for a second year!
Join us for an uplifting day of live music, food and talks where everyone is welcome.
We’ll have a packed line-up of all-day live music from vegan performers including our headline act – Rudy Warman and The Heavy Weather.
This family-friendly event will boast its own Children’s Area complete with colourful animal face painting (and adults are welcome to join in too!).
Find out more about this compassionate lifestyle from our seminars and stalls, featuring global and local organisations and some of the most high-profile vegan speakers in the country.
We want to make it easy to make ethical choices, so there wil also be around 40 stalls offering vegan food, health and beauty products, clothing and homewares, many of which feature local businesses and charities.
Entry is £3 on the door, and under 16s are free. Whether you’re vegan, vegetarian, or simply looking to find out more about this compassionate lifestyle, join us for a fun-filled day out.
F.R.I.E.N.D. Farmed Animal Rescue in Kent provide a permanent life-long home for abused, unwanted and orphaned farmed animals. About 150 animals, including pigs, cows, goats, geese, sheep, chickens, turkeys, dogs, cats, ferrets and a horse enjoy as natural a life as possible in the heart of the Kent countryside.
We have volunteer days where people come up and help do jobs around the sanctuary, feeding the animals and many other tasks.
Currently we have two volunteer work days on the 2nd and last Saturdays of the month. This works well for us as the people involved organise the group and the visit themselves.
Kent Action Against Live Exports (KAALE) hold regular demos outside Eastern Docks, Dover, on the first Saturday of each month. It is a way of reminding Dover port and the ferries that even though the sailings go through Ramsgate we are still aware and grateful to the ferries for refusing the trade.
Vigils are also held when there is a sailing of live animals from Ramsgate on the designated livestock ship, The Joline. The KAALE Newsline (01304 379522) is updated every shipment day, with final news on that particular evening’s events issued around 7pm. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org to receive alerts by email.
Support invited from anyone living near or traveling on major transport routes. Look out for transporters on motorways, A-roads and service area. If you see a truck, try and get the number plate, the time, date and location, and phone/txt 07968 134489. Put this in your mobile phone now!
The third Kent Vegan Festival takes place on Saturday 6th May at Westgate Hall, Canterbury.
The aim of the Kent Vegan Festival is to raise awareness about veganism as a holistic, healthy, environmentally sustainable and intrinsically non-violent way of life. The event will be inclusive and welcoming, with the aim of encouraging all people in their vegan journey.
The festival is aimed at people who are, or are thinking about becoming vegan, those already moving towards the lifestyle; or who are just interested in finding out more about what veganism really means.
Our approach is to be supportive, educational, encouraging and positive: we believe in non-violence to all living beings and in peaceful, friendly, non-discriminatory means of campaigning and communicating our message. We believe that this is the most effective way to teach people about all aspects of veganism and to increase the number of vegans in the world.