Feel Good Vegan Fest Taking Place in Fulham

Over 50 stalls, live music and food demos in Normand Park

Normand Park. Picture: LBHF Council

A new free vegan festival is coming to Normand Park in Fulham on Saturday 18 September.

It will featuring over 50 stalls, food, live music from Peace On Your Plate, Queen V and Gavin Chappel Bates, yoga, food demos from vegan chefs, as well as family activities.

The festival location is down to the growing vegan scene in Fulham, reflected in the North End Road Strategy to make it an Ethical and Vegan Quarter with the organisers describing Fulham as a mecca for vegan food. Vegan Restaurants in and around Fulham include O Burger , Brooklyn Pizza, 222 Veggie Vegan, Eat of Eden and Simply Vegan.

The festival aims to bring vegan cuisine to new customers, highlighting the range of d vegan foods available locally.

Juliette Bryant - co organiser and presenter says, "Veganism has grown exponentially in recent years. Individuals like world champion F1 driver Lewis Hamilton, comedian Russell Brand, musicians Sir Paul McCartney and Ariana Grande, and environmentalists Greta Thunberg and Chris Packham have changed the perception of veganism - bringing the issues surrounding it into the mainstream."

Younger people will be well catered for too with various activities for all the family.

Fulham Feel Good Vegan Fest takes place on Saturday 18th September in Normand Park from 10am till 6pm. Entrance is free.

Stage line up

10am Juliette Bryant - How to make a healthy smoothie

10:30- 11 Edward Daniels / How to make plant milk and energy balls

11:15- 11:45 Juliette Bryant - Raw Fudge Demo

12-12:15 The Deputy Mayor Opening

12:30- 1pm Theresa Webb - Seasonal Foraging

1:30-2:00 Gavin Chappell Bates Music Set

2:15-3:00 Peace On Your Plate Music

3:15-3:45 Giles Bryant Music Set

4:00- 4:30 Queen V Music

4:45 5:15 Peace On Your Plate Finale

5:30 Closing


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September 6, 2021