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NO HOMERS PEOPLE’S KITCHEN TAKE OVER & MARIO CART COMPETITION

No Homers, a new Nottingham vegan business venture will be cooking a special seitan roast and dessert as well as having an exclusive product range tasting session!
There will also be a Mario Cart 8 video games competition!

All proceeds are to raise much needed funds for the Sumac centre.

VegfestUK Brighton 2019

One of the UK’s longest-running vegan festivals VegfestUK Brighton returns for the 11th year on March 23-24 2019 at the Brighton Centre.

This event celebrates the best of a vegan way of life from around 230 stalls, including 18 global caterers, talks on health, fitness, veganic growing, radical veganism, vegan activism and movement building, plus a Yoga and Wellness Zone, a Kids Area, Cookery Demos, Performances and Panels.

Advance tickets are available to purchase at www.brighton.vegfest.co.uk/tickets, with a BUY ONE GET ONE FREE offer running until the end of February.

Stockport Viva! Vegan Festival

Fantastic day out with

  • 60 fantastic stalls
  • A fab range of hot and cold food
  • Ethical clothing, gifts and cosmetics
  • Free nutritional advice from the Viva!Health Stall
  • Informative talks and cookery demo’s
  • Additional hot food vendors outside

Standard tickets £3 available on the door and in advance

VIP tickets £15 (These come with a goodie bag and no queue entry) only available in advance

STANDARD AND VIP TICKET SALES AVAILABLE SOON – visit the event website for updates.

Vegan Fest Northampton

Following the huge success of our last Vegan Fest we are thrilled to announce our next Fabulous day.

An event showcasing all things Vegan from locally based producers in Northamptonshire.

There will be amazing food, cosmetics, gifts, information and great Music.

Raw & Super

Whatever diet you choose to follow, it is well worth including some foods which are nutrient dense. Throughout this class, Anna Middleton will lead you through the benefits of eating therapeutic foods such as ferments, seaweeds, medicinal mushrooms and brain-boosting superfoods all of which help body function and mood. All the recipes are plant-based, gluten-free and sugar-free providing you with a range of tasty and exciting recipes which will leave you feeling satisfied and won’t elevate blood sugar levels. After this class, you will appreciate the importance of eating and drinking to think and feel good!

Course Dishes:
● Immune boosting mushroom tea
● Creamy maca chaga chai
● Nori & coconut wraps with fragrant cauliflower rice
● Pad Thai with kelp noodles
● Beetroot ravioli with a dill & shallot cream served with a yellow pepper sauce
● Korean kimchi
● Low GI raw chocolate
● Brazil nut fudge
● Sugar free berry Cashew Cheesecakes

Woodlands Community Garden’s Pop-up-Café

Lovely home made vegan and vegetarian meals available to all.

Pay as you want or volunteer your help or simply just enjoy.

Woodlands Community Garden’s Pop-up-Café offers an alternative approach to most food-banks, one which centres around a shared meal rather than dried food parcels. The food is freshly cooked, healthy and sourced locally, including ingredients grown at the main community garden site. Volunteers help prepare the meals and to run cookery demonstrations. The cafe is really welcoming and friendly; without any referral criteria, vouchers or limits on how often people can attend.   

5.00 pm Cafe Open for teas/coffees
6.00 – 7.30pm Food Served
8.00 Cafe Closed

Chant For All Beings To Be Free

We will come together to chant in unity the mantra: ‘Lokah Samastah Sukhino Bhavantu’ ~ which in essence means ‘May All Beings Be Free.’

We will meet in Jubilee Square in Leicester for this event. This is a public open space. People can come & join in for as long as they please. We invite people to help leaflet & conduct outreach at the same time.

Chanting this powerful mantra assists us in sending compassion to all beings, & in particular those beings that are most often overlooked: the animals.

Over 56 billion farmed animals are killed by humans every year for food. They are bred, enslaved & eventually sent to slaughter. In the dairy industry, cows are artificially made pregnant, their calves separated from them, they are milked by machines & then eventually sent to slaughter when they are of no more use.

This day of chanting will be for the animals. It will be to remember them & to send love & compassion. We will also extend that compassion to those who are not yet aware of the full reality of the meat & dairy industry & its environmental impact. And we’ll send it to those that work tirelessly to raise awareness about the suffering.

Dina Aherne of Imperfectly Vegan and Sailesh Rao Executive Director of Climate Healers with be speaking at the event. Also Sandra HIggins Campaign Director at Go Vegan World and Director at Eden Farmed Animal Sanctuary Ireland.”

Come & join with others of a like mind to chant, to support the animals, and to visualise a humane future. Everyone is welcome regardless of religion or belief.💚🌎🌱

Woodlands Community Garden’s Pop-up-Café

Lovely home made vegan and vegetarian meals available to all.

Pay as you want or volunteer your help or simply just enjoy.

Woodlands Community Garden’s Pop-up-Café offers an alternative approach to most food-banks, one which centres around a shared meal rather than dried food parcels. The food is freshly cooked, healthy and sourced locally, including ingredients grown at the main community garden site. Volunteers help prepare the meals and to run cookery demonstrations. The cafe is really welcoming and friendly; without any referral criteria, vouchers or limits on how often people can attend.   

5.00 pm Cafe Open for teas/coffees
6.00 – 7.30pm Food Served
8.00 Cafe Closed

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