BATH Vegan Market is going ahead on Saturday 10th July, a week later than originally planned. Due to COVID restrictions, the original indoor event on 3rd July will take place at Odd Down Sports Ground.
The fair showcases what the vegan lifestyle has to offer with more than 60 stalls including world food caterers. There is a huge demand for all things vegan and many new vegan products and services are being launched.
As well as vegan food, visitors will find inspirational recipes, plastic and packaging-free products, clothing, jewellery, shoes, food, pet products, homeware and makeup, and stands for leading charities and not-for-profit organisations.
All profits from this event and others organised by Vegan Events UK, are donated to Miracle’s Mission, a non-profit animal welfare organisation that works with sick, injured and difficult animals. Its mission is to provide a place of safety for animals in danger, to educate on the need for neutering pets and strays and to neuter stray dogs and cats to prevent the birth of more dogs and cats onto the streets.
Vegan Events UK was founded in 2017 with the joint aim of promoting veganism and helping to fund Miracle’s Mission. The charity has launched an appeal to raise funds to build the UK’s first centre for disabled animals, where founder, Victoria Bryceson and her team can rehabilitate the most vulnerable, before finding homes for them.
Bath Vegan Market will be open from 10.30am to 4.30pm at Odd Down Sports Ground, Chelwood Drive, Bath. The event will go ahead subject to the restrictions at the time of the event and organisers will be following social distancing measures according to laws laid out at the time of the event.