A new Belfast vegan festival - dubbed the Face-Free Food Fair - is set to take place August 19 at the Sunflower Public House.
The small-scale event will offer both shopping and dining to its attendees - all within the venue's beer garden.
The Facebook page for the fair describes it as a 'small and friendly event that aims to bring together the local vegan products you love from traders you know and some new ones you'll want to try, all in one place'.
The event is not for profit, and attendees need not pay an entrance fee.
However, they will have the opportunity to donate to local animal charity Belfast Street Paws on the day of.
Further information can be found on the Face-Free Food Fair Facebook event page.
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