At the second Kent Vegan Festival I organised an information stall, and signs for other stalls to show if they have Fairtrade products, pay a living wage, and so on.
Meet @huglettswood at Kent Vegan Festival in Canterbury on 12th May. They will provide information about the sanctuary, and sell: 'Fair trade ladies clothing, vegan handbags, incense, greetings cards, books and framed prints, vegan china, handmade papier mache animals, knitted animals.' The products contain no palm oil, some are locally sourced or fairly traded, the packaging is biodegradable or recyclable, and the organisation uses renewable energy. All businesses and stallholders at Kent Vegan Festival are asked to be fully vegan, only use palm oil which meets our standards, and not use advertising which degrades women. The event is plastic bag free and alcohol free. • https://www.facebook.com/Huglettswoodfarm/ Twitter: HuglettsWood www.huglettswoodfarm.org #sussexvegan #vegansussex #hugletts #februdairy #cow #animalsantuary #vegan #veganlove #veganlife #plantpower #vegans #veganuk #plantbased #whatveganslooklike #whatvegansdo #veganfortheanimals #vegancommunity #veganlifestyle #compassionateliving
I took part in the first of many Kent Vegan Festivals in Canterbury.
I organised a social justice, inclusivity and intersectionality stall, with: display boards, Fairtrade food samples, copies of my Conscieous Campaigning article and a food security quiz.
I also ran a children’s craft area, using materials donated by Fairtrade companies: Liberation nuts, Pants to Poverty, People Tree, Divine Chocolate; and local companies: Siesta Crafts, Canterbury Wholefoods and Canterbury Oxfam.