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The Vegetarian Society of the United Kingdom:
The Vegan Society:
VIVA: Vegetarians International Voice for Animals;
Dr Hadwen Trust:
Merseyside Animals Rights:
News From Nowhere – Liverpool’s Radical & Community Bookshop:
Manchester Vegetarian and Vegans:
Liverpool Green Party:
Stop Huntington Animal Cruelty:
The Coalition to Abolish the Fur Trade:
Fight Against Animal Cruelty in Europe:
C Saw Hair
28 Market St.
Birkenhead, CH41 5ER
Vegan Chat Room:
Wilby Vegan Bags & Handbags
Labante London – Designer vegan handbags.
Aquados Simply Washing – Green and veggie/vegan friendly washing products:
Green Valley Trading Co – Natural Bodycare Products:
Vegan Health and Beauty:
I am Natural:
Animal friendly - veggie friendly - vegan friendly - earth & the environment friendly SHOES !
Beyond Skin: www.beyondskin.co.uk
Bourgeois Boheme Boutique : Vegan shoes & ethical fashion:
My Vegan Shoes:
Feel Supreme organic, inside St John’s Market, 127 St George’s Way, Liverpool L1 1LY
Dragon Indulgence – Upstairs Grand Central Hall, 35 Renshaw Street, Liverpool L1 2SF
Mattas, 51 Bold Street, Liverpool L1 4EU
Purple Carrot, 286 Smithdown Road, Liverpool L15 5AJ
Maggies Farm Organic, 114 Aigburth Road, L17 7BR
Windmill Wholefoods, 162 Aigburth Road, L17 7BR
Honest to Goodness, 10 Market St, Hoylake
Nooch – Vegan and Gluten Free Food, 21 Hallgate, Wigan WN1 1LR
Manic Organic Farm Shop, Fleet Street Farm, 518 Southport Rd, Scarisbrick, Lancashire L40 9RF
Info on finding veggie friendly local accomodation
VEGCOM: Liverpool and Merseyside Accommodation:
Sandburne Vegetarian Guest House
Cumbria CA12 4LS
“…More recently it has been the home of Donald Watson who founded the Vegan Society in 1944 and was responsible, together with his wife Dorothy, for the creation of the word ‘vegan’. As a family of vegetarians and vegans, hospitality was an essential element in life. So it seemed the right way forward to open the doors of Sandburne to those who may appreciate both its peace and quiet, and enjoy the fruits of a vegetarian diet for their stay.”