6th November 2023
This Saturday, bohemian foodie-haven Lark Lane welcomes Live A Better Life Vegan fair for one day only.
A perfect finale to what has been a rewarding Veganuary movement, what with corporate chains having to bend their knee to the movement, the festival showcases the ease of making Veganism a permanent choice.
After attracting more than 3,000 people at their St. Georges Hall events, the mini-event will take place in The Old Police Station at Lark Lane offering delicious food and advice for people interested in all things vegan.
Only a short walk from Smithdown, the pennies saved from the 699 can go towards everything from Vegan kebabs wraps and burgers, handmade bath bombs, and cheeses.
The fair refutes the misconception that Veganism is restrictive, showcasing the 30 stalls of the best in local Vegan food and drink, natural beauty and handmade gifts.
“Interest in veganism is higher than ever in 2020. There are already a growing number of people in Liverpool who are vegan, vegetarian or on their way to a plant-based diet. Many locals have gone vegan for Veganuary so the timing of our first Lark Lane event is ideal for them to find more delicious food and inspiration.”Event Manager Emma Cox
“For the increasing numbers of people who want to find out more about improving their health, saving animals and protecting the environment, this is an amazing event which will entertain and inspire.Event Manager Emma Cox
There will be entertainment from Fantasy throughout the day, as well as the chance to check out some of Lark Lane’s best food and drink haunts afterwards, including the newly opened plant-based chippy ‘Woo Tan Scran.’
Entry is £1 on the door with under 10’s Free, and the fair will run from 10am-4pm.
The Old Police Station Lark Lane, Liverpool L17 8UP
Check out LABL’s website here.
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