Essex Vegan FestivalESSEX VEGAN FESTIVAL

ESSEX VEGAN FESTIVAL SATURDAY 2nd MARCH 2019

80+ fantastic stalls, world food caterers, exciting cookery demos, inspirational talks, interactive workshops, yoga and children’s activities running throughout the day at Colchester Charter Hall from 10.30am – 4.30pm.

Entry is £3 payable on the day on the door (under 16’s free) or £15 for VIP tickets in advance from EventBrite to include fast track entry and a goody bag full of vegan products, samples, discounts and offers

To sponsor, host a demo, talk or workshop or find out more information please email veganeventsuk@gmail.com.

Fast track entry & a vegan goody bag?!

SPONSORS

TALKS & WORKSHOPS

MAIN STAGE

Cookery Demo – How to make a Raw Christmas Cake (gluten and refined sugar free)

Join juliette bryant as she talks you through simple ways to make your Christmas a happier and healthier one with delicious vegan food. See her demo making her famous raw xmas cake

by Juliette Bryant from Juliettes Kitchen

www.juliettebryant.com

www.facebook.com/julietteskitchen.tv

Live Music

Vegan composer/pianist/singer-songwriter from Essex. Varied style having released two charity songs, ‘Cargo of Shame’ benefitting animal charities, and a Christmas song ‘City Story’ helping the homeless. Ian’s latest single is ‘Beautiful Wild’, which is a celebration of our great but threatened planet

by Ian Haywood

https://m.facebook.com/ianhaywoodcomposer/

Natural ways to boost the immune system

Join juliette bryant as she talks you through simple solutions to a healthy immune system. She will show you how to make some simple remedies for all the family to enjoy

by Juliette Bryant from Juliettes Kitchen

www.juliettebryant.com

www.facebook.com/julietteskitchen.tv

Asian Elephants: Conservation, Welfare and your part in their Survival

Outlining the plight and horrors for Asian elephants, the role of Western tour companies, the elephants’ key ecological role, STAE’s work, public opinion, STAE’s plans and proposals – and how we all can help

by Duncan McNair from Save The Asian Elephants

GREEN ROOM

Helping animals with The Humane League: hard-hitting effective activism

The Humane League is an international non-profit working tirelessly to reduce animal suffering. Emma Goddard, National Volunteer Coordinator at The Humane League UK, will tell the story of how THL is driving progress for animals in the UK and beyond through hard-hitting campaigns for animal welfare, and through an exciting project to get vegan options available on every high street. The audience will be able to find out how to get involved with The Humane League and become an effective advocate for animals

by The Humane League

https://thehumaneleague.org

True compassion is being Vegan

I will encompass all aspects of animal cruelty, from forced impregnation to slaughter. Health benefits for all involved, the animals, us and the planet. How enslavement is wrong and why we need to be compassionate to all life. How I am personally battling heart disease after being told I should be dead. Stats, facts and my own personal experiences are spoken about within these talks

by John Awen

Plant-based fitness & well-being: how to live a healthy lifestyle as a vegan

In this talk I go over food choices, exercise, sleep and stress to help you understand how to live a healthy vegan lifestyle and achieve long-term sustainable results. With the personal actionable steps you will learn in the talk, you will become healthier, fitter and more body confident. As an online vegan health coach, I want to empower and educate people on how to make the best choices when it comes to all aspects of your health. If you are confused about misinformation in the fitness industry, unsure where to start with food or exercise, if you sleep poorly, are highly stressed and don’t know how to cope, or if you are simply frustrated with a lack of progress towards a fitness goal – then this talk is for you!

by Loren Webb Vefit Coach

Why bear witness and how to get active in your local community

I will be talking about the power of bearing witness and the journey of The Save Movement since it began in Toronto seven years ago. Bearing witness means not turning away from the suffering of billions of animals every year, but instead getting closer and sharing their heart-breaking journey

by Essex Pig Save

www.facebook.com/EssexPigSave

FEATURED STALLS

GREEK VEGAN DELI

The most delicious home made Greek vegan food you will ever taste!

VDOGS

Delicious freshly cooked to order vegan hotdogs.

WINYL LTD

We are a new business in Manningtree selling vinyl (vintage and new) as well as imported vegan, organic wines. We will be offering small tastings of our wines at the stall and will be selling these per bottle.

 

SAVE THE ASIAN ELEPHANTS

Save The Asian Elephants is a not for profit pressure group of campaigners, politicians, lawyers and field experts committed to the protection and preservation of the brutally abused and highly endangered Asian elephant species. We work hard to raise public awareness of the terrible plight of these gentle creatures at the hand of Man, and to exert pressure on government and politicians to regulate the market and work with other countries to help the elephants, and on the commercial travel industry to stop sending tourists to unethical holiday “attractions”

WATSON & WOLFE

Luxury, cruelty free and sustainable men’s accessories. We use a PU leather which is more than 50% BIO plant material from corn from renewable sources and our items are lined with a 100% recycled plastic bottles

www.watsonwolfe.com

FANTASTIC STALLS

WANT TO BOOK A STALL?

ESSEX VEGAN FESTIVAL, Saturday 2nd March 2019, 10.30am – 4.30pm, Charter Hall, Colchester

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 Essex 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, gas or chafing gel 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 broth 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

Stall costs:

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)

Electric costs:

1 x 13 amp – £30

2 x 13 amp – £50

Sponsorship costs:

£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.