VIP and disabled entry is 10am onwards
Standard entry is from 10.30am to 5pm

Stalls are all on the ground floor and first floor. The first floor also has 2 talks/films rooms.

10th March Kassam Stadium
We have some fantastic talks lined up….

Room 1

11:00 – Oxford Action Group
Ran by Zachary Coleman, this talk will be held to discuss vegan activism and how to get involved.

12:00 – League Against Cruel Sports
Held by Nick Weston – Head of Campaigns at the League Against Cruel Sports

13:00 – Reducing Personal Plastic Waste
This talk being held by Tabitha Whiting will aim to encourage and educate people on how to reduce the amount of plastic we throw away.

14:30 – Animal Equality
This talk aims to explain the highly effective work Animal Equality does and discuss the approaches they use to help thousands of people reduce and eliminate animal products from their diets.

15:30 – Sea Shepherd
Sea Shepherd UK is a registered marine conservation charity whose mission is to end the destruction of habitat and slaughter of wildlife around the UK’s coastline and across the world’s oceans in order to conserve and protect ecosystems and species

Room 2

11:00 HEMP Hemp the most versatile Plant in the World
An overview on the uses of Hemp in our world today.
Hemp forms the basis of many products, it has about 30,000 known applications and is the most sustainable, health giving plant known to mankind.
Gail from Hempish would like to take you into Hemps wonderful world.

12:00 You Are What You Eat! 10 Steps to a Healthy Plant-Based Diet
Dominica Roszko helps to explain how to stay energised, happy and healthy through the day with natural foods.

13:30 Mel’s Kindness Kitchen Vegan Cheese Demonstration the basic assumptions of their way of life

14:15 Animal Aid Game birds – the forgotten victims of factory farming Most people think that ‘sport’ shooting only involves wild animals. In fact, game bird shooting is propped up by a shocking factory farming regime.
Animal Aid’s undercover investigations have repeatedly exposed appalling conditions on game bird breeding farms. The birds used to lay eggs are often kept in cramped battery cages, where they suffer a miserable existence. We would like to see an end to all blood sports, but a ban on these cruel cages is a vital interim measure that would seriously limit the number of birds who could be bred, and therefore shot.
Our campaign to ban cages for game birds is gathering huge momentum. People in Oxford are in an especially strong position to help us win. Please come along and find out how you can help.

14:30pm Green Tea in a Nutshell