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Sarah Gavin shared Save Movement Scotland's event to the group: Vegan Outreach Scotland. ...

Slaughter In The City - Glasgow

October 7, 2017, 12:00pm - October 7, 2017, 3:00pm

Our first city centre vigil, come join us as we share footage and show people the reality of the animal agriculture industry whilst remembering those who have lost their lives to it. The event will be divided into two parts WHAT WILL HAPPEN? 12:00 - Meet at George Square 13:00 - vigil begins in George Square 14:00 - Begin walking vigil ... 16:00 - 18:30 - BREAK - time for dinner /exploring Glasgow city centre before the Candlelit Vigil begins ... 19:00 - Candlelit vigil in Royal Exchange Square 21:00 - FINISH We will gather in George Square before marching through the city of Glasgow. There will be some placards provided, however you are encouraged to bring your own. Please keep in mind we have familes attending, so please keep your message appropriate. From there we will show footage to the public and hand out flyers. We will also lay flowers and do some chalking (chalk will be provided) ☛ What do you need to bring? - weather appropriate clothes - a device to display Save footage - flowers - a safe to hold tealight holder for the candlelit vigil - placards (any animal rights message that shines true to you) - friends to join you ☛ How do I get there? George Square is adjecent to Glasgow Queen Street train station and a 5 minute walk from Glasgow Central Station. Buchanan Bus Station is a 10 Minute walk. Nearest underground stations are Buchanan Street and St Enoch, each are a 5 minute walk away from George Square. - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Some placards, chalk & candles used will be provided by The Save Movement Any questions please contact us either via Save Movement Scotland ✖ PLEASE SHARE AND INVITE YOUR FRIENDS! ✖

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Sarah Gavin shared V In The Park's event to the group: Vegan Outreach Scotland. ...

Campaign Video Shoot - V In The Park 2018

October 8, 2017, 1:00pm - October 8, 2017, 10:00am

Sign up to support our campaign here: Our fundraising campaign is almost ready to launch and we need YOUR help to make it amazing! We are looking for people of all ages (including of course doggos!) to star in our video shoot on Sunday 8th October! We need volunteers to be dressed in their best festival gear between 1-4pm at the very place the festival will be held, Cardross Estate. WHERE? Cardross House Port of Menteith, Stirling FK8 3JY As we are trying to raise funds to make this festival happen, we have a strict budget, and need YOUR help to bringing in some props that can be used for the shoot! WHAT CAN I BRING? - anything festival-ly (colourful tents, bunting, chairs, balloons, bubbles, sparklers, flags) - dogs (dogs are welcome on site, please bring your furry friends!) - families (the event will be family friendly, bring the kids) - wear festival gear (wellies, glitter, vegan tshirts, boho, bring your own style!) HOW CAN I HELP? - bring as many festival props, outlined above, as you can - bring as many people as you can - car pool and group travel with others We have also now launched our closed facebook group so you can start finding festival buddies, get sneaky peaks and exclusive previews on what we are planning and even find ways to get involved with and volunteer at the festival. The link is here-

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***NEW VENUE*** ...

**IMPORTANT ANNOUCEMENT** Love Vegan Fest has a new venue - Graeme High School, Callendar Rd. Falkirk Stadium are closing the event space we had booked, leaving us without a venue. However we have secured a new space, one mile closer to the town centre so providing better travel links and still with ample parking. We hope you will support the event and please share this post far and wide to prevent people turning up at the wrong venue. So happy we are still able to continue with Falkirk's first vegan festival and promise it will be a great one ✌🏼✌🏾✌🏼

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Some heart-breaking information to share with pescatarians. Fish feel what we feel... ...

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