The Cornwall Vegan Festival was a huge success!
Check out the Festival page on Facebook for more photos and to see what events are coming up for:
Did you see our posters in the M&S car park on Lemon Quay? We are still reeling from the 100’s of people that visited us on the day and we could not have hoped for a better turnout!
Have any photos you’d like to share?
Post them on the Cornwall Vegan Festival Page on Facebook!
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.
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! 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 firstname.lastname@example.org – thank you! email@example.com .
Resources at your fingertips
While we’re working on our website, you may like to take a look at some of these other places, such as our Facebook pages (there’s one for general discussion and events as well as a dedicated page for the Cornwall Vegan Festival). Below we’ve also added a few other resources where you can find out more about the many reasons why it is so important to make the change and be the change in the world today. Rest assured for as long as we are here, we will always be supportive of anyone wanting to make the move to a vegan lifestyle.
New to veganism? Take a look at the Vegan Starter Kit, this is a great site where you can find out more about why and how to be vegan
If you would like to connect with other people who are already vegans, or are making dedicated steps towards a vegan lifestyle you may want to check out our vibrant community on the Cornwall Vegans Facebook page
Cowspiracy is one of the most talked about films in recent years. A deep independent and personal investigation into the effects of animal agriculture on the planet as a whole, featuring expert interviews, incredible facts and much more compelling evidence, just watching this film has been enough to make many people around the world choose a vegan lifestyle. When you hear ex cattle ranchers from Texas saying that it’s time to change, it’s definitely time to think about how you live your life.
You can see video trailers, interviews and quickly glance at the key statistics on the website http://www.cowspiracy.com
Earthlings is an powerful film showing that rather than thinking in terms of human beings as separate to wildlife, pets, and farmed animals, we are all earthlings. This was the first film from independent production company Nation Earth. Their second film Unity is available to view now, meanwhile production is well underway for their third film, Beings.
Their website is http://www.nationearth.com