Being vegan in Cornwall is getting easier and easier to achieve as cafes, restaurants and destinations respond to the rise in veganism across the county.
If you are coming here on holiday this year, be sure to order or read online the updated vegancornwall.org.uk guide to eating vegan, check out the cornwallvegans.uk website and ask to join one of the groups on face book covering the area.
Check out the recent stunning article by Abby Driver now available to read online. Seen this one before? This well written and comprehensive piece was published in June’s edition of Cornwall Life magazine.
Chantal writes, “The first time I planned a trip to Newquay, friends and coworkers were quick to warn me: “It’s a party town.” Like many Britons, they conjured images of streets packed with stag- and hen-dos and beaches bestrewn with hungover students recovering from a night out.
“Perhaps that’s why I was so surprised to discover a tranquil town so different from the one described when I arrived in Newquay. Clean beaches awaited me, dotted with a handful of surfers; I spotted more independent restaurants and bars than dance clubs and the frequency of the town seemed far more in tune with the ebb and flow of the waves of Fistral Beach than the booming soundscape of a busy nightclub.” read more
Sprout not only offers the best of whole and healthy food, but a relaxing, cosy cafe off the main street and instore events for health, wellbeing and healing, nutrition and lifestyle.
Seen any vegan gems in your travels?
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