Event moved to Central Hall Level 1 & 3 at Olympia, website live in February
Big thanks to the Lifefood team for their generous support of VegfestUK 2015 :)
BOGOF until Feb 28th 2015, BOGOHP until Mar 21st 2015; pay-on-gate options also available
Massive interest in vegan lifestyle as we approach 70th year of veganism
2015 dates and venue TBC
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Appearing on Sunday at 4pm in the Lifestyle talks room
Amanda is a qualified nutritionist who has penned numerous publications and lectured widely for organisations including Vegetarian for Life and Viva! Health.
A former editor at the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence, she is now the Director of Vegetarian for Life (VfL), a UK charity dedicated to improving the quality of life for older vegetarians and vegans.
VfL provides training for caterers through onsite classes and video training, and offers a variety of free publications covering topics such as nutrition, cooking on a budget and guides to catering.
VfL maintains and promotes a directory of over 700 veggie-friendly care facilities and food suppliers nationwide that follow its best practice guide, and offer grants to assist with financial hardship.
Amanda is also the founding Director of community interest company, Didsbury Dinners, based in South Manchester, and of Eat Green (UK). In recognition of her work, last year she won the Manchester International Women’s Day ‘Women Protecting Our Environment’ Award.