On 21st June, when Covid restrictions might have been lifted, Veggies Catering Campaign should have been setting up at Glastonbury Festival.
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
We’re fundraising to Help Veggies Make Solar-Powered Vegan Burgers! Click to Donate & please share https://t.co/L81YVd5WGV
— Veggies Catering 🌱 💙 (@veggiesnottm) January 26, 2021
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: Poetry Scum, the launch of a new venue for Nottinghams working class, community event, celebrating working/under class & activist art!
Bafta award goes to Life & Rhymes giving voice to spoken word from the streets
Celebrating working/under class & activist art, open mic, headline poet & musichttps://t.co/KR5kz2Ev7U
— Veggies Catering 🌱 💙 (@veggiesnottm) June 8, 2021
Open Mic Night – Details to be announced.
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 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.
Perhaps we’ll see you in the Green Fields from Wednesday 22nd to Sunday 26th June 2022