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Peace in the Park 2022

🚨🚨🚨🚨🚨IMPORTANT UPDATE🚨🚨🚨🚨🚨🚨

It is with a heavy heart that we confirm Peace in the Park will be postponed until 2022.


Peace in the Park returns to the Ponderosa for a free, all day festival of music and art that celebrates the love of humanity, the power of peace, and the diversity and achievements of our fantastic communities in Sheffield and beyond.

From the music stages to the kids zone, Peace in the Park is a day of dancing, music, arts and more that brings the people of Sheffield together, and you could help make it happen!

Possible Food By Veggies – subject to application!

Peace in the Park is always on the look out for volunteers. If you want to help make Peace in the Park happen, whether that be through giving your time, goods or services contact kinder@peaceinthepark.org.uk.

Peace in the Park festival is organised by a group of volunteers who are artists, musicians, students, events organisers and other everyday Sheffield folk, working together in a not for profit collective. The festival is funded by money raised in advance, to help make the festival happen.

To make a donation to help fund Peace in the Park, go to https://localgiving.org/charity/peaceinthepark/.

If you’d like to organise a fundraising event to help fund the festival, email fundraising@peaceinthepark.org.uk.

With local donations and voluntary help from numerous artists, activists, DJs, promoters and other volunteers over the years, we come together to make this festival happen.

Follow us on…
Facebook at Peace In The Park
Twitter at @PeaceinthePark

Off The Tracks Festival

Off The Tracks is many things and all of them good – independent, friendly, relaxing, memorable, exciting, a place to escape and a place to meet new friends. Once you’ve been, we bet you’ll want to come back.

Our family-friendly festivals are the perfect chance for you to flee to the countryside, let your hair down, chill out and escape the humdrum of everyday life.

Gladstonebury Festival

On 21st June, when Covid restrictions might have been lifted, Veggies Catering Campaign should have been setting up at Glastonbury Festival.

Glastonbury Festival Green Futures – postponed

On Wednesday 23rd June, instead of opening at Glastonbury, Veggies had tentative plans for a five-day community mini-festival  in the Sumac Centre Garden.

It now seems likely that restrictions will continue, so plans will be scaled down to fit current Sumac Centre protocols.

There are plenty of tables in the lush gardens, many shaded by gazebos, allowing space for 30-50 people with appropriate groupings of households.

Anyone interested in putting on any kind of event or setting up a pop-up stall for their vegan business during this festival is invited to contact us.

The plans so far may include:

Wednesday 23rd: Launch of Veggies crowd funded solar trailer installation

6pm – 8pm: Drop in for Nottingham Green Festival supporters, potential stewards and volunteers. Find out more about this event which will take place on Sunday 12th September – though the scale of the event is unknown.

7pm – 9pm: Hands On Drum classes with Moussa and Chris Sylla every Wednesday.  …more details….

Thursday  24th

7pm: Poetry Scum, the launch of a new venue for Nottinghams working class, community event, celebrating working/under class & activist art!

Friday 25th

Open Mic Night – Details to be announced.

Saturday 26th

2pm – 10pm: The Forest Fields Social Club (FFSC) is a space where people can socialise, organise and meet with like-minded people. Like the Sumac Centre, the bar is run entirely by volunteers – you are encouraged to participate to help run it and make it a better space. When we achieve a society without bosses there will be no servants!

Saturday  7pm – 10pm: Punk for the Homeless (P4TH). This will be their first “live” “Girls Are Loud” event since 2019. Outdoors & socially distanced, this ticketed event features The Cars That Ate Paris, Llinos Belcher, Alice Lynn and Miranda Betts. At time of writing there are just 7 tickets left. £7 tickets  include 2 course vegan meal. Get your tickets now or MISS OUT! All proceeds to Hope Orphanage Sierra Leone.

Sunday 27th

11am – 2pm: Sumac Sunday Brunch – just like at Glastonbury Veggies will be serving their festival brunch from Veggies Trailer, partly powered by the sun!

Sunday 2pm – 10pm: The Forest Fields Social Club will keep us refreshed until Gladstonebury ends at 10pm. Sorry (but not sorry) we don’t do fireworks.

Glastonbury 2022

Perhaps we’ll see you in the Green Fields from Wednesday 22nd to Sunday 26th June 2022

 

Gallery of images from Veggies at Glastonbury

Dorset Radical Bookfair

Dorset’s fourth Radical Bookfair will take place on Saturday 8th August
2020 at the Corn Exchange, Municipal Buildings, High St East,
Dorchester, Dorset, DT1 1HF.

We’re a ten-minute walk from either railway station – Dorchester South
or West. The stalls will be on the ground floor, wheelchair access to
meeting rooms on first floor is via lift.

Peace in the Park

🚨🚨🚨🚨🚨IMPORTANT UPDATE🚨🚨🚨🚨🚨🚨

It is with a heavy heart that we confirm Peace in the Park will be postponed until 2021.


Peace in the Park returns to the Ponderosa for a free, all day festival of music and art that celebrates the love of humanity, the power of peace, and the diversity and achievements of our fantastic communities in Sheffield and beyond.

From the music stages to the kids zone, Peace in the Park is a day of dancing, music, arts and more that brings the people of Sheffield together, and you could help make it happen!

Possible Food By Veggies – subject to application!

Peace in the Park is always on the look out for volunteers. If you want to help make Peace in the Park happen, whether that be through giving your time, goods or services contact kinder@peaceinthepark.org.uk.

Peace in the Park festival is organised by a group of volunteers who are artists, musicians, students, events organisers and other everyday Sheffield folk, working together in a not for profit collective. The festival is funded by money raised in advance, to help make the festival happen.

To make a donation to help fund Peace in the Park, go to https://localgiving.org/charity/peaceinthepark/.

If you’d like to organise a fundraising event to help fund the festival, email fundraising@peaceinthepark.org.uk.

With local donations and voluntary help from numerous artists, activists, DJs, promoters and other volunteers over the years, we come together to make this festival happen.

Follow us on…
Facebook at Peace In The Park
Twitter at @PeaceinthePark

Peace in the Park 2019

Peace in the Park returns to the Ponderosa for a free, all day festival of music and art that celebrates the love of humanity, the power of peace, and the diversity and achievements of our fantastic communities in Sheffield and beyond.

From the music stages to the kids zone, Peace in the Park is a day of dancing, music, arts and more that brings the people of Sheffield together, and you could help make it happen!

Food By Veggies

Peace in the Park is always on the look out for volunteers. If you want to help make Peace in the Park happen, whether that be through giving your time, goods or services contact kinder@peaceinthepark.org.uk.

Peace in the Park festival is organised by a group of volunteers who are artists, musicians, students, events organisers and other everyday Sheffield folk, working together in a not for profit collective. The festival is funded by money raised in advance, to help make the festival happen.

To make a donation to help fund Peace in the Park 2019, go to https://localgiving.org/charity/peaceinthepark/. If you’d like to organise a fundraising event to help fund the festival, email fundraising@peaceinthepark.org.uk.

With local donations and voluntary help from numerous artists, activists, DJs, promoters and other volunteers over the years, we come together to make this festival happen.

Follow us on…
Facebook at Peace In The Park
Twitter at @PeaceinthePark

Walthamstow Vegan Market

Last market Sunday 3rd March 2019

Walthamstow Vegan Market showcased a delicious range of vegan food from E17 and beyond, handily held at Wild Card Brewery so you can pick up great booze while you’re there.

The market was held on the first Sunday of every month at Wild Card Brewery’s Lockwood site off Blackhorse Lane.

The stalls serve from 11am-4pm, with the bar staying open for drinks after you’ve filled up on all the vegan goods!

The market promises live music, great beer and the finest vegan food there is to offer.

Click here for more Vegan Markets.

 

Vegstock – London’s first vegan music festival

London’s first vegan music festival is HERE!

A jam packed day of fantastic vegan bands, accompanied by delicious vegan food, and ethical clothes / jewellery stands.

VENUE: The Piano Works 113-117 Farringdon Rd, London EC1R 3BX

There are many fabulous vegan festivals around the UK but very few vegan music festivals, so Vegstock was born! The first Vegstock will take place Sunday 16th September, 2018 at the fab music venue The Piano Works in Farringdon, London. We have a full afternoon and evening of vegan bands lined up, alongside some great vegan food and clothing vendors. The event is in aid of Open Cages who are an organisation trying to make this a better and happier world for factory farmed animals.
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