As mentioned before this upcoming weekend is busy with events. On Saturday (17th) there is the usual demo outside Cricket. From about midday if you have a moment to go and give them your support in their protest against a shop that continues to sell fur.
Then from 12 – 4pm down in Lark Lane there will be another Vegan Food Fayre organized by Merseyside Animal Rights.
From their press release:
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Liverpool Vegan Food Fayre
Have your cake, eat it and love the planet!
Chocolate cake, hotdogs and bacon buttiesâ€¦ meat-free, dairy-free and free for you to sample this Saturday!
Liverpoolâ€™s famous Vegan Food Fayre will be cooking up an irresistible banquet of ethical treats at Lark Laneâ€™s Old Police Station on Saturday 17th March.
From 12noon to 4pm, visitors can try out free dishes in a relaxed environment and learn more about healthy eating and animal-free living from the chefs and local veggie and vegan groups (theyâ€™ll even share their secret recipes!).
As well as â€œI canâ€™t believe itâ€™s vegan!â€ food, a selection of planet-friendly stalls will serve up the perfect spring shopping opportunity, selling everything from exclusive beauty products to books and cakes.
Guest stalls will include Animal Aid, ScouseVeg, News from Nowhere, the Green Party, Windmill Organic Wholefood, Merseyside Animal Rights and the Quakers.
Whether youâ€™ve been veggie for years or curious to find out how the other half eat, everyone is welcome to chill out, enjoy a free lunch and discover a lifestyle that will transform your own health and that of the planet!
Entry to the Vegan Food Fayre is FREE.
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As well as these daytime happenings, on the evening some of the ScouseVeg Mailing/Discussion List members will be going down the Welkin. More details on the list.