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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Author and animal activist
Appearing on Sunday at 3pm in the Workshops room
Ruth is a passionate activist for animal rights, peace, environmental awareness and social justice issues. She has been a vegan for more than 40 years. Born in Derbyshire and educated at St. Joseph's Convent in Stafford, where she was a contemporary of Poet Laureate Carol Ann Duffy. Ruth studied podiatry in Manchester, practicing this and reflexology for more than 30 years. Singing is a major interest and she is a member of the Sound Healers Association, and a chorister at Arundel Cathedral. She lives on the Sussex coast with her canine companion, and has a lifelong veg*n daughter.
Ruth's website is www.vegantopia.co.uk. Ruth is organising a book tour for her new novel "Holy Cow", and is open to all types of events and opportunities to speak about her work, and writing as effective activism. She can be contacted at email@example.com or via her website.