UK’s biggest ever student vegan festival is coming to Liverpool – and here’s what to expect

Liverpool will soon be welcoming the UK’s biggest ever student vegan festival and everyone is welcome.

The Live A Better Life Student Vegan Fair dubbed ‘the biggest ever student vegan event the UK has seen’ will take over Mountford Hall offering tasty treats as well as talks and foodie advice for Scousers interested in becoming vegan.

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The Live A Better Life vegan fairs have been running in Liverpool since 2013 and have been attended by more than 11,000 people. This new student vegan event is a first for Liverpool and the biggest ever in the UK.

Event Manager Emma Cox said: “March’s event attracted over 3,000 people. Increasing interest in veganism, combined with more students going vegan, indicates that this new student vegan event will be a big success.”

A total of 90 stalls will be selling everything from vegan food to cruelty-free cosmetics. A whole range of delicious food will be on offer as well as advice on how to make changes to your diet if you want to embrace a more vegan friendly lifestyle.

Event Manager Emma Cox added: “Interest in veganism is expected to continue to rocket into 2018.

“There are already a growing number of people in Liverpool who are vegan, vegetarian or on their way to a plant-based diet. This event is attracting students from all over the UK, plus many other people, as everyone is welcome.

“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.

“Showcasing the best vegan food in Liverpool, the Live A Better Life student event will be a great day out that all the family can enjoy.”

The Live A Better Life student fair takes place at Mountford Hall, Mount Pleasant, Liverpool, L3 5TR.

Date: Saturday 7th October from 10am to 4pm.

Price: Entry is £1 on the door (under 5s free).

Website: LABL.org.uk

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