Website live for bookings later in 2016; 160 stalls available on top of mesmerising mix of activities
4th year show at Olympia London on Oct 22nd 23rd; stalls, marketing options and sponsorship packages available - book now!
Approx 10,700 visitors altogether; event returns to Brighton Centre on March 11th 12th 2017
Marshall Jefferson, Adamski (Killer) and Alison Limerick (Where Love Lives), join Macka B & Andy Compton at weekend vegan fest
Help Pig Freud raise £5,000 to create a really dynamic vegan billboard, bus stop and radio campaign in Bristol during May 2016
- RT @TeenVGN: We're looking for #vegan musicians or a band to come and play at @VGNSummerCamp 2017 in S-Wales. Interested? Tweet us! ποΈπΈπ₯πΉπΆβ¦
- Great news!! OptiBac Probiotics are back exhibiting with us at VegfestUK Bristol 2017. Festival exclusive offer... t.co/QSjp3JeEK8
- Media pack for VegfestUK London 2017 available here website live for bookings March 30th... t.co/ijMElccViQ
Dr Kate Stewart
Dr Kate Stewart
University of Nottingham, U.K.
Appearing on Sunday 3pm in the Vegan Vision Workshops
Dr. Kate Stewart is a medical sociologist, shortly to take up a post as Principal Lecturer in Sociology at Nottingham Trent University. For the past decade she has had a research interest in how information about food is interpreted and applied. This research led to her first collaborative work with Matthew, ‘The Conceptual Separation of Food and Animals in Childhood’, published in Food, Culture and Society in 2009 and their recent book, Our Children and Other Animals: The Cultural Construction of Human-Animal Relations in Childhood (Ashgate).