A vegan food and lifestyle festival is coming to Cardiff, and it’s aiming to help people understand more about going vegan – while discussing health issues and sharing recipes.
The festival, organised by Viva!, came about as a way to equip people with all the info they need to change their diets.
Where and when?
Cardiff’s vegan festival is taking place at City Hall, on Saturday, February 4. It’ll run from 10.30am until 5pm.
Entry costs £2 and tickets can be bought on the door. There are also VIP tickets available, which gets you no-queue entry as well as a goodie bag full of great vegan samples.
What’s going on?
Cardiff’s Viva festival (one of many held throughout the UK) will be celebrating all things vegan and discussing health, cooking, animals and even the planet and the environment.
You’ll find cooking talks and demonstrations as well as ready-to-eat snacks to try on the day – some of which will be free. You can also receive one-on-one nutritional advice and pick up recipes and fact sheets to help you out.
And it’s not just food. You’ll also get the chance to buy cruelty-free cosmetics, bags, books, clothing, wallets, wall-charts and even cuddly toys.
Some of the stalls pitching up on the day will include Acorn Vegetarian Kitchen, Animal Allies Clothing, Avant-Garde Vegan, BeWilder Nature Photography, Go With The Fro, Greenpeace, Happily Ever After Dog RescueIuvo Skincare, La Bonne Crepe, The Vegan Cakery and Vegan Pizza Co.
How do I book tickets?
For more details – or to book tickets – click here.
Source: Wales Online.