Home to Cornwall Vegans

Welcome to our new website!

We have been alerted to some technical issues, so if you are having any problems loading this website, especially if you are on O2 wifi in Costa coffee shops please email us cornwallvegan@gmail.com and … please check back regularly to see what’s new!

#MyBabyMyMilk poster Truro September 2017. Also featured in an article in the West Briton along with Earthlings and door to door leafleting campaigns.

Our aim is to provide a valuable resource for vegans and pre-vegans who live in Cornwall as well as for those who are also visiting the county.

Cornwall Vegans is a committed community of  individuals spread across the county, so pretty much wherever you go in Cornwall you’ll probably find a vegan who will be happy to help answer any questions.

Could you be a vegan?

“Typical Vegans..just eating some grass!” Mr Greens Market Garden stall at Cornwall Vegan Festival, 2017

The answer is definitely yes, in fact, more and more people are making a conscious choice to leave animals and their products off their plates and out of their lifestyle. In fact, the most frequent regret you’ll ever hear a new vegan say is: ‘I wish I’d done it sooner!’ See Veganuary for hints and tips; veganstarterkit for the nuts and bolts of starting out; and bevegantoday for many local useful links and blog posts.

What is a vegan?

A vegan is an individual who has made a decision to no longer consume anything which involves the exploitation of an animal. When we say consume, we mean it in the widest sense. We’re not just talking about what you eat, but products we buy and use every day, from clothes and shoes to cosmetics, cleaning products and even cars. With an ever increasing number of vegan friendly alternatives there really is no excuse not to try. 

see Donald Watson for the definitive definition.

Did you see our BIG bus stop poster campaign?

Since August 2016, amongst other activities,  we have been raising awareness through a number of strategically placed, eye-catching displays on bus shelters in Truro, and in the run up to Christmas also in Penryn and Penzance.

#baublestocruelty Christmas Poster Truro Dec 2016
#costofchristmas Christmas Poster Truro December 2016









We love it when people share our posts, pictures and events, so if you feel like tagging and sharing on your social media profiles, such as Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, Snapchat etc. please do! (we’re on Instagram @cornwallvegans). And let us know with a #cornwallvegans hashtag! Please let us know if you want to contribute to our campaigns by emailing us or you can paypal at cornwallanimlaction@riseup.net – thank you! cornwallvegan@gmail.com .

For all things vegan in Cornwall!