Vegan food festival with 30 stalls to take over Lark Lane next month

By Elle May Rice

Lark Lane will be taken over next month by a food festival dedicated to all things vegan.

Live A Better Life Mini Vegan Fair is heading to The Old Police Station on the popular south Liverpool street , which has become a foodie hub in recent years.

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.

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The original Live A Better Life vegan fairs have been running in Liverpool since 2013 and have been attended by more than 30,000 people. The mini vegan fairs have been held on Lark Lane for the past few years.

Emma Cox, manager of the event, said: "Interest in veganism is higher than ever in 2021.

"There are already a growing number of people in Liverpool who are vegan, vegetarian or on their way to a plant-based diet. Our Lark Lane event is ideal for people to find more delicious food and inspiration.

"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 and natural products in Liverpool, the Live A Better Life event will be a great day out."

The Live A Better Life festival will run from 10am to 4pm on Saturday, November 13 at The Old Police Station on Lark Lane.

Entry costs £1 per person, with under 10s free of charge.

For more information, visit www.kabl.org.uk .

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