There will also be a Christmas vegan fair coming in December.
More and more people are moving towards a vegan lifestyle or looking to do their bit for the planet. Whether you’re already plant-based, considering cutting back on animal products or just fancy a wander round some stalls in search of vegan delights for yourself, friends or family, then this vegan festival heading to Liverpool is for you.
Taking over the Old Police Station on Lark Lane in November is a food festival dedicated to all things vegan known as Live A Better Life Mini Vegan Fair. The small festival will see around 30 stalls selling everything from vegan food to cruelty-free health and beauty products, along with live entertainment throughout the day.
The popular south Liverpool street has become quite the foodie hub meaning there’s no better place to host a vegan food festival. The event page says: “Our mini vegan events will broaden your horizons and provide you with opportunities to taste, try and buy fantastic goods from the best natural, cruelty free and ecological companies around.”
The original Live A Better Life vegan fairs have been running in Liverpool since 2013 and have also hosted these in other parts of the North West including Port Sunlight and Sandbach in Cheshire. Taking place on Saturday 13th November, 10am-4pm, the Live A Better Life vegan fair will showcase the best vegan food and drink like vegan cheese, cakes, sweets and pastries, as well as natural products and homemade gifts in Liverpool.
As well as hosting a mini vegan fair on Lark Lane, Live A Better Life will also be returning to Liverpool on Sunday 5th December to host a Christmas vegan fair at Mountford Hall on Mount Pleasant. At the Christmas event, there will be 80 stalls brimming with delicious vegan food and drink to natural beauty and handmade Christmas gifts.
For more information about Liver A Better Life’s vegan fairs head to their website here.
The Old Police Station, 80 Lark Lane, Liverpool, L17 8UU