A vegan festival billed as the biggest event of its kind will be taking place later this month in Wolverhampton.
The 10th annual West Midlands Vegan Festival aims to celebrate and promote ethical, eco-friendly plant-based diets and lifestyles in what is the longest-running exclusively vegan festival in the UK.
The festival, which is organized by Midlands Vegan Campaigns, will feature 160 stalls, over 50 talks, cookery demos, and live entertainment.
Festival organizer Kevin White promised the event will be bigger than ever before; it aims to celebrate its 10th anniversary with 'more attractions, stalls, and space'.
Traders at the event will be offering a wide range of goods, from clothes, makeup, and skincare, to food and alcohol.
Among companies taking part in the festival are Home Kitchen, The Naturally Vegan Food Company, Badgers Dairy & Egg Free, Jack Bakes, and Lakeside Ethical Treats.
The festival will take place at the Wolverhampton Civic Hall on October 28 and 29, from 10am to 6pm; entry is £1 on the door.
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