60 fantastic stalls, world food caterers, exciting cookery demos, inspirational talks, interactive workshops, yoga and children’s activities running throughout the day from 10.30am – 4.30pm at Plymouth Guildhall 
Entry is £3 payable per 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 host a demo, talk or workshop or find out more information please email

Fast track entry & a vegan goody bag?!




12pm: Are you thinking about going vegan? Have you tried being vegan before but come across some challenges? Are you a new vegan?

If the answer is yes to any of these questions, then please join us at The Vegan Approach workshop. During the workshop the Vegan Approach will outline their 10 simple steps to start you on your vegan journey including what to buy, where to eat, and how to deal with family and friends. They will also answer any questions you have about going vegan

1pm: All things Green Tea related!

By Green Tea Artisan

A wonderful guide to Green Tea, it’s benefits, uses and many different flavours. Come along to find out more about Green Tea by our Green Tea Connoisseurs Green Tea Artisan who will also have a stall at the festival

2pm: Joyfully Vegan – Tips For Successfully Transitioning to a Vegan Diet

by Natalie Heath Plant Powered Wellness

Have you been struggling with going or staying vegan? Do you find yourself falling off the wagon when you come up against obstacles like eating out, socialising and traveling? Or maybe you’d like to go vegan but you are worried about nutritional deficiencies on a plant-based diet? Are you frightened of being judged by your family and friends for your chosen way of eating? Do your cooking skills or knowledge of vegan alternatives hold you back in creating delicious healthy plant based meals? Worried about cost or lack of time to make your vegan food, especially if you’re feeding a non-vegan family as well?

If you answered yes to one or more of these questions then this talk by Vegan Nutrition and Lifestyle Coach Natalie Heath is for you! 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. Often all it takes is a little organisation or a small mindset shift to skyrocket you to a successful healthy plant-based diet. Natalie will give you some practical action steps that you can try straight away to make your vegan transition easier and much more enjoyable. Through her client work, Natalie has uncovered some key secrets to success when transitioning to a vegan lifestyle, and she will share three of those secrets with you during her talk. Implementing these at the beginning, or whatever stage you’re at on your vegan transition journey will hugely accelerate your success in reaching your goals. Natalie will be taking some of this material from her upcoming book, which will be
published later this year.

3pm: How to become a Vegan Warrior

with Emma Corry

Quick intro about myself and how long I’ve been a vegan bodybuilder.
How I’ve dealt with any negative questions surrounding being a vegan body builder, including how I answer the people who say that plant based protein is inferior to animal protein.
I will discussing why you don’t need meat to grow muscle and what foods and supplements are best to compliment a vegan bodybuilding lifestyle.


12pm: Kitchen Remedies

Combating coughs and colds naturally

by Herbalist Dawn Ireland from Green Wyse

1pm: Veganism On The Map, How Do We Best Represent It?

By London Dad and Vegan YouTube advocate Bob Love AKA Vegan Geezer

Exploring how veganism has become established within the mainstream, how it is viewed by others, and the different forms of advocacy/activism we are choosing to use and what can be strategically more effective


2pm: Helping animals with The Humane League: hard-hitting effective activism

by Pru Elliott, Head Of Campaigns at The Humane League – UK

The Humane League is a non-profit working tirelessly to reduce animal suffering, voted ‘Top Charity’ by Animal Charity Evaluators for every rating period. Pru Elliott, Head Of Campaigns at The Humane League UK, will tell her personal story as an animal rights activist, and how she came to join the organisation. She will show how The Humane League is driving progress for animals in the UK and beyond through hard-hitting campaigns for animal welfare and an exciting project to get vegan options available on every high street. You can also visit the Humane League on their stand at the festival

3pm: Virtual Herb Walk

Showing and talking about medicinal plants that grow in the wild

by Herbalist Dawn Ireland from Green Wyse



Miracle is helping animals worldwide starting with her rescue, neuter and education programme in Borneo, Malaysia, providing stray animals with safety, comfort and health


Delicious freshly cooked to order vegan hotdogs.


Specialises in green tea from different countries and regions of the world. Loose leaf green tea and Matcha, focusing on taste and quality. Visit us for a shot of Matcha and sample the green teas you have never tasted before


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



PLYMOUTH VEGAN FESTIVAL, Saturday 21st July 2018, 10.30am – 4.30pm, Plymouth Guildhall, Plymouth


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 Plymouth 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 cooking is allowed in the venue – all caterers will be outdoors and will need to bring a 3m x 3m gazebo plus gas or generator as there will be no power available.


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