EVENT PROGRAMME FOR THE GREATER LONDON VEGAN FESTIVAL on 23rd June 2018 at the Oval

In the talks room on the first floor.

 

 

Please find below some of the talks we have lined up ( more to follow)

11am – GROW YOUR OWN HRT by Sally Duffell
How to have a natural menopause?
Don’t take drugs or supplements, learn to grow sprouted foods, full of plant hormones proven to fight menopause symptoms, cancer, osteoporosis & dementia. Taste samples and hear the scientific evidence behind each one.

12noon – VEGAN APPROCAH – by Robert Masterson
Are you thinking about going vegan? Have you tried being vegan before but come across some challenges? Are you a new vegan? If the answer is yes to any of these questions, then please join us at one of our Vegan Approach workshops. During the workshop we outline our 10 simple steps to start you on your vegan journey including what to buy, where to eat, and how to deal with family and friends. We will also answer any questions you have about going vegan.
https://www.facebook.com/TheVeganApproach/

1pm – VEGAN GEEZER Putting Veganism on The Map, How Do We Best Represent It?
London Dad and Vegan YouTube advocate Bob Love AKA Vegan Geezer has been speaking around the UK and Europe for the past 2 years at schools and festivals, where he has been educating people about veganism and positively promoting vegan advocacy/activism respectively. He also uses his time to create educational, informative and inspirational videos via his YouTube channel, which include family vlogs, street interviews, speeches, spoken word poetry, lifestyle videos, food, vegan tips and more.

2:30pm – LONDON’S SECRET SLAUGHTER by Natalia Doran
Hyde Park and Kensington Gardens, St James’s Park, The Green Park, Regent’s Park and Primrose Hill, Greenwich Park, Richmond Park and Bushy Park – Londoners and tourists alike enjoy them as places to relax and reconnect with nature. The animals that inhabit these open spaces, from the more common squirrels, crows, pigeons and geese to the more unusual deer and parakeets, are watched and photographed with joy and fascination. Until recently, however, hardly anyone gave much thought to the killing that goes on behind the scenes. The very animals whom the visitors come to see are culled in astonishingly high numbers. The campaign to address the problem began with a Freedom Information request and followed through the petition stage and beyond. The story of this campaign is the subject of the talk.