London Vegan Festival 25th September

By Hazel Last edited 154 months ago
London Vegan Festival 25th September

For the foodies who like their meals without any animal influence, there's a real treat in store. It's the London Vegan Festival this Sunday (25th September) and Kensington Town Hall will be packed to the rafters with meat-free goodness. Celebrate veganism with like-minded people enjoying lots and lots of lovely food and drink, and also music, speakers, campaigning and rescue groups and the chance to meet the best ethical suppliers around.

Apart from the mouth-watering list of food stalls listed, there will also be stalls for PETA (who made an interesting appearance at London Fashion Week this week), Veggie Pets, Vegan Organic Trust and the Ethical Investors Group. Check out the list of speakers and talks too for a bit of thought to go with your food, or have an Indian head massage between snacks and wash it all down with beer from the Vegan Beer Shop.

No animals were harmed in the making of this festival. The London Vegan Festival will take place on Sunday 25th September at Kensington Town Hall, Horton Street, London W8 from 10am to 7pm. Admission £1.00 , under 16s free entry. For more information, please go to the website here.

Last Updated 20 September 2005


Presumably the organisers deliberately chose a spot where every single delegate will have to file past the McDonald's on High St Ken on the way from the tube to the venue...


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