Bath to celebrate Jubilee weekend with a huge vegan food festival

A vegan food festival will open with 80 stalls in Bath this weekend.

The event, which takes place on Saturday June 4 at the Bath Pavilion, is expected to draw a crowd. Bath Vegan Festival claims to provide a one-stop-shop for vegan products, with plenty of stalls offering everything you might need, including vegan toiletries, fashion, food, pet products, jewellery, shoes, make-up and much more.

Festival organizer Victoria Bryceson said: “I’m really looking forward to the Bath Vegan Festival, which should be even bigger and better than previous years. We received so many positive comments last year and there are now so many requests that this festival is becoming a sold out event.

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Ms Bryceson continued: “I think that’s partly because people really like the friendly atmosphere. What’s wonderful about this event is that it’s for everyone, no matter what. your lifestyle.just come and bring your friends for a fun filled day.have everything you need there whether you are looking for retail therapy, time for yourself, valuable family time or just a great meal with friends.”

There will be over 80 fantastic stalls showcasing the best of the vegan lifestyle, whether you are vegan, vegetarian or looking to go vegan, this event claims to have everything you could possibly need under one roof.

Food and drink will be provided by Bath Culture House, vegan artisan food and drink makers, and Bristol-based home baker Busy V Bakery. Other stalls include April’s Table, Deliciously Honest, RebelRox Kitchen, fresh and healthy plant-based ‘meat’ from Sow Foods and an irresistible range of vegan cakes and flavors from Vegan Sweet Tooth London.

Caterers, Brownins Food is a Caribbean bakery that will offer its range of soy jerk dishes. Other caterers include Greek Vegan Deli, Mel’s Tropical Kitchen, The Pie Box, There’s No Catch vfish and chips. Plus, VDogs will be selling its irresistible line of vegan hot dogs.

IUVO Skincare will sell its range of high quality natural, organic and vegan skin care products for sensitive and vulnerable skin, Tyler Aromatherapy will provide its range of sustainable aromatherapy candles and Eden fragrances will be available at the Viva La Vegan booth. .

Vegan fashion will be available at PerkiFit, Solo Vegano, Vegan Slogan Clothing and Viva La Vegan. There will be a stall selling Bo’s Book, a new vegan cookbook that features simple, easy-to-follow recipes (for dogs and humans!) with all proceeds going to help dogs in need at the charity Miracle’s Mission for animal welfare and education.

The ultimate vegan food and camping experience will take place in June 2023 – VFest UK. This brand new upbeat event features exciting titles, yoga, family entertainment, fun shows, international speakers, booths, food caterers from around the world and more.

Local charities and non-profit organizations include Avon Wildlife Trust and Viva! Miracle’s Mission, a non-profit animal welfare organization that works with sick, injured and disabled animals around the world, is also present. Its mission is to provide a place of safety for animals in danger, to educate about the neutering needs of pets and strays, and to neuter stray dogs and cats to prevent more animals from being born on the streets. It also rehabilitates and rehoms needy, often disabled dogs from its rescue base in the UK.

The Bath Vegan Festival helps raise valuable funds for Miracle’s Mission, an animal welfare charity. 100% of proceeds will go directly to animal welfare charities as the festival is run entirely by volunteers.

The Bath Vegan Festival takes place on Saturday 4th June 2022 from 10.30am to 4.30pm at the Bath Pavilion, North Parade Road, Bathwick, Bath, BA2 4EU, entry £4 (free for under 16s) or £15 for VIP tickets at Advance from Eventbrite, which includes fast-track entry and a bag full of vegan products, samples, discounts and offers.

Visit their website here or find the event on Facebook.