If you have a few spare hours this Saturday (9th April), then get yourself down to the Ulster Hall for the first ever Irish Vegan Festival to be held in Belfast.
The event promises not to disappoint as they will have stalls, cookery demos, tastings, live music, talks and film showings – there will be a great selection for everyone. And the great news is that it's not just for vegans, the event organisers are welcoming everyone, whatever their dietary choices, so if veganism is something you would like to know a bit more about, then you should definitely stop by.
The festival runs from 10.30am to 5pm and entrance fee is just £2 for adults and children under 15 are free. All advance tickets are sold out, but they can sell 1000 tickets on the day, so they recommended you get there before 1pm to ensure entrance.
I for one am very excited for this event – I'm not a vegan, but I do adopt some of their dietary choices, so I can't wait to see what they have in store for us.
Click here for more information on the events taking place throughout the day.
The Irish Vegan Festival is organised by Farplace Animal Rescue – all profits go to animal rescue projects.