Out of hours press enquiries, call 07918 195 238.
The First Ever Sheffield Compassionate Christmas Fayre
Posted 1 November 2010
When? Saturday 6th November, 11am-4pm
Where? Victoria Hall, Methodist Church, Norfolk Street, S1 2JB
After hosting hugely popular Compassionate Christmas Fayres in London and Exeter for many years, Animal Aid is bringing its ethical event to Sheffield.
The national organisation says all are welcome to come and browse the stalls selling cruelty-free and ethically produced Christmas gifts, and to enjoy the delicious meals and cakes that are being supplied by local vegetarian and vegan caterers.
Goods on sale will include delicious chocolates, gorgeous cruelty-free toiletries and cosmetics, non-leather footwear, recycled and fair-trade goods and seasonal gifts and cards.Says Compassionate Christmas Fayre organiser, Kelly Slade:
Sheffield is a wonderfully progressive city and we are thrilled to be bringing our ethical Christmas Fayre here. There is no better place for compassionate people to purchase their Christmas gifts and they can do so safe in the knowledge that no products have been tested on animals or contain animal ingredients. And the proceeds will be going directly to campaign groups and ethical traders who are trying to make a positive difference in the world. It’s going to be a wonderful day. I hope to see you all there!
Stallholders include: Animal Aid, Tanjero Soap, Vegan Organic Network, Artisan Preserves, Freerangers, Sea Shepherd, The Cake Scoffers and many more.
This event is sponsored by Lembas, Sheffield's original wholefood wholesaler.