80 page programme with floor plan, stalls list, caterers, info on talks, cookery demos and performances
BOGOF and BOGOHP offers on advance tickets running for limited periods only #BringAFriendToVegfest #VegfestScotland2016
Altogether 16 categories with 10 nominees vying for top gong - voting closes at midnight on September 30th 2016. #VegfestUKAwards2016
BOGOF and BOGOHP offers running for LIMITED PERIODS ONLY #BringAFriendToVegfest
Here’s a few tips to consider for especially new stallholders and startups to make the best of their investment at one of Europe's biggest vegan events.
- VOLUNTEERS NEEDED for @VegfestUK #Bristol - email email@example.com to apply thanks! t.co/eEcoLe8zhu
- Many large billboard posters for VegfestUK Bristol 2017 will be up at many spots in Bristol over the coming weeks... t.co/RDc3h0D6UP
- Retro Shots are made by an eccentric, Willy Wonka kind of a guy and we are very excited that he will selling his... t.co/ohD8FOknuw
Appearing Saturday 12pm in the
(Credit to Caroline Quinn from Independent.ie)
Glauce Lucas became vegan in Brazil back in 1997 and although she knew how important her decision was for the animals, she couldn't imagine what it would mean to her life in the future. In 2004 she finished her second University, graduating in Journalism, and in 2009 she started her Master in Journalism in Ireland, where she was living since 2008.
In 2012, after her son Enrico was born, Glauce realised that although the decision to raise him vegan was very obvious, many families have doubts and questions about raising their children vegan. As she runs her own website, All AboutVegan Food, she decided to create a worldwide page dedicate to parents raising vegan children, sharing recipes, tips, advice and, most important, giving support.
Glauce was featured in the Irish Independent in February in am article about raising vegan children and her goal for 2016 is to speak as much as possible about the topic and she will be sharing her experience at the Irish Vegan Festival this year.