SATURDAY 20th July 2019
TALKS & WORKSHOPS
12pm: Festive Vegan Cooking Demo – Cocktails and Party Nibbles
Cashew Cheese Log, Mushroom Pate and Kombucha Cocktails
by The Herbitour
1pm: Joyfully Vegan – Tips For Successfully Transitioning to a Vegan Diet
Have you been struggling with going or staying vegan? Natalie will explain some of the common roadblocks that new vegans often face, and how to navigate your way round them with grace and ease.
by Natalie Heath
2pm:Cookery Demonstration – Chocolate, Olive Oil & Avocado Mousse
Baking with a Healthy Twist followed by Book Signing of Nourish Cakes
by Marianne Stewart from Nourish Cakes
3pm: Why do vegans live longer? What the science says
This talk will provide reassurance for vegans and those contemplating a plant-based diet that the science shows it can be one of the healthiest ways to live. It will also enable the audience to speak with confidence when others may question the nutritional adequacy of a vegan diet.
by TJ Waterfall, MSc, ANutr, Founder of Meat Free Fitness
12pm: Yoga Nidra, the yoga of deep rest and sound meditation
Nidra means sleep but to experience yoga nidra is more of an awakening. Yoga nidra is deep rest for body and mind. This class will be a session entirely done lying down, wrapped in blankets and supported by cushions, while I guide you through a meditation designed to relax body and mind. This will be accompanied by healing sounds
by Yoga Nidra with Anua
1pm: Plant Based Diets, Holistic Health and Freedom
An esoteric insight into Why plant based diets are both morally Right, biologically Correct, and inextricably linked to holistic health and Freedom under Natural Law
by Nathan Riddett
2pm: Health as a Choice by raw vegan consciousness coach, Gabriela Lerner
Most of us only think about health when we don’t have it. We start to consider taking action when we have a serious health crisis, are troubled by a chronic condition, think we need to lose weight, pain or lack of energy. But what is optimum health and how can we shift our mindset so that taking consistent
action in service of our wellbeing becomes our natural tendency? Where we no longer need to force ourselves to stick to a difficult diet regime, with the hope that we can stop it once we feel better, but where every action comes from a clear desire to be healthy. Optimum health is a lifestyle and it all starts with choice! Gabriela’s talk will introduce you to a radical new way of thinking, which will not only serve your own wellbeing but also that of other sentient beings and the planet as a whole. The lifestyle choice she would like to share with you in this talk is one that respects all sentient beings, has its roots in raw, plant-based foods and challenges us to make conscious choices from a place of love, compassion and kindness.
by Gabriela Lerner
3pm: The Path of least Resistance
How we can live easier and make our footprints upon this planet lighter. Centred around the health benefits, for all concerned
by Jon Awen
Arbonne develops world class products with botanicals and cutting edge science. Our mission is to always improve and evaluate our ingredient policy as an ever evolving standard of excellence, continuously challenging ourselves to do better and better.
Arbonne products are certified by the Vegan Society, the Gluten Free Certification Organisation and is certified cruelty-Free by PETA. Our nutrition range is certified kosher, and the PhytoSport™ products are also certified by Informed-Sport, which assures athletes that products have been regularly tested for substances considered prohibited in sport and that they’ve been manufactured to high quality standards.
We will be promoting a selection of Arbonne products, with a specific focus on the limited edition Christmas range.
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FOOD and DRINK
WANT TO BOOK A STALL?
BATH VEGAN FESTIVAL, Saturday 20th July 2019, 10.30am – 4.30pm, Bath Pavillion, Bath
IMPORTANT INFORMATION – by completing the booking form you are agreeing to the following information:
Stalls will not be confirmed or booked until full payment has been made and public liability (up to £5 million) / food hygiene certificates have been received (when you book in we will send you details on how to send payment and provide the documents). No refunds can be given.
When you make payment please help us out by letting us know the date you pay and please use Bath Vegan Festival and your stall name as the payment reference otherwise we will not be able to identify your payment.
All items being displayed including any flyers, magazines etc must be 100% vegan, containing no animal ingredients which includes wool and honey and they and no part of them must have been tested on animals. Advertisement of any non vegan items is not permitted.
No deep fat fryers or gas are allowed in the venue
No table cloths or extension leads are provided
EVERY piece of electrical equipment used including extension leads must be PAT tested and proof of this brought with you on the day of the event.
All rubbish must be bagged up and taken away at the end of the festival
There is no onsite parking available – vehicles must be unloaded and them immediately moved before stall set up is started
All food stall must have allergen information signs clearly displayed at all times
Caterers – £240 (including VAT) (4m x 2m space including 2 x 6ft table and chairs if required)
Business – £120 (including VAT) (2m x 2m space including 1 x 6ft table and chairs if required)
Charity – £80 (including VAT) (2m x 2m space including 1 x 6ft table and chairs if required)
1 x 13 amp – £30
2 x 13 amp – £50
£120 charity / £180 business / £300 caterers to include one free stall, logo on flyers and posters, 5 posts on Facebook, invite to advertise any special offers on facebook, company / product / charity photographs on facebook, logo on event schedule handed out to all visitors