WE ARE BACK FOR ROUND TWO!
After the success of the first ever Stroud Vegan Fair in January, the event is back for the Summer and this time we're going to be bringing you twice as much fun over two venues.
With 70 stalls to browse, talks and demos throughout the day, free street entertainment and free parking nearby (yay for Sundays!) this will be the perfect family day out in the sun.
For this event we're planning to #keepitlocal and celebrate the best Vegan products and brands the Gloucestershire area has to offer.
Showcasing everything from hot food to eat on the day to packaged goods to take away, as well as clothing and accessories, health and beauty products, crafts and lifestyle brands. There really is something for everyone...
In addition to the stalls we will also have an outdoor food court and a programme of talks taking place throughout the day.
Entry is £3 (under 12s free)
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A Kind Living
Alice's Vegan Kitchen
Beard and Sabre
Beau Monde Bakery
Bohemian Chic Minerals
Cirencester Illegal Hunt Watch/Three Counties Hunt Sabs
Cool Grapes Ltd
Domestique Bike Cafe
Forest Green Rovers
From Nature UK
Girish's vegan Indian
Good Carma Foods
GraphyX Design Forum
Harrison’s vegan Dog treats
Jane's Better Butter
Lakeside Ethical Treats
Mr nice pie
Neal’s Yard Remedies
Nifty Nut butters
No Planet B Festival
Oak and Furrows Wildlife Rescue
Raggle Taggle Gypsy
Sea Shepherd UK
Sharaf Natural Foods
St Luke's Therapy Centre
stroud cook club
those vegan pizza guys
TOLFA - Tree of Life for Animals
Wild Hogs Hedgehog Rescue
Talks & Demos
11.00 - 11.45: Faux Meat Demo with Liam Swan, Director of Seitan’s Grill
12.00 - 12.30: Eating vibrantly: Embracing holistically-positive plant-based diets with Patricia Brien, Creative Director & co-owner of Coco Caravan
12.45 -13.15: Dairy, Beef and Bullshit Talk with Tony Wardle, Associate Director & Editor Viva! life
13.30 - 14.15 - Eat more Plants Talk with Jasmine Johnson, Qualified Osteopath, Yoga teacher and mother of two.
14.30 - 15.10 - Hemp. Nature’s Greatest Gift with Gail Dunsbee, Owner of Hempish
15:20 - Veganism and World Peace with Sarah Frazer, Girish's Vegan Indian and The Stroud Sacred Music Festival
Milkshake by The Jolly Oddities
Running time: 20 mins
Times: 11am and 12pm
Location: Corn Hill Market
What have milk and an ice-cream van got in common? Cows! But these girls are dairy free. A fun look at why we drink milk. Shaking up old habits to leave you bubbling with excitement.
Running times: Various
Times: Head over to the Corn Hill market site on the day to see timings
Location: Outside Corn Hill market
Tom Clissold - is a solo guitarist/ mandolinist and singer, drawing influences from bluegrass, country and rock.
A Cup Full of Tentacles - are a three part harmony group doing folk music with gothic elements
Luke Clemenger - plays classical Spanish guitar