Lincoln Veggie Fayre 2010
Saturday 6th November 2010 - 10.00am to 4.00pm
At Trinity United Reformed Church,Garmston Street, Lincoln LN2 1HZ
This is the third Lincoln Food Fayre and this year we hope to make it an even greater success than last year (over 500 visitors in 2009)
Juliet Gellatley Director of Viva! will be
opening the event and giving a presentation, the event is free
entry, there will be lots of free vegan food, learn about
conserving the environment, watch live cooking demonstrations from
Viva's Helen Rossiter, listen to talks on a variety of
subjects, see films, learn about healthy eating, free recipes lots
of vegan friendly stalls, tombola and more.
Story by: Linda Wardale
Hello Linda, Just wanted to thank you for organising such a good fayre. Really enjoyed the cookery demos and talk by Juliet + all the stalls, Keep up the good work Best wishes,
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