The AQUAPAX team are hydrating visitors at VegfestUK London again this year
80 page programme with floor plan, stalls list, caterers, info on talks, cookery demos and performances
BOGOF and BOGOHP offers on advance tickets running for limited periods only #BringAFriendToVegfest #VegfestScotland2016
Altogether 16 categories with 10 nominees vying for top gong - voting closes at midnight on September 30th 2016. #VegfestUKAwards2016
BOGOF and BOGOHP offers running for LIMITED PERIODS ONLY #BringAFriendToVegfest
- Fun video showing a puppet's experience at VegfestUK Brighton 2017 - enjoy! t.co/Q6eN077H6H... t.co/FIQ28mgodM
- RT @Perkierfoods: @GFVFoodPervert Looking through our pics of the amazing @VegfestUK Brighton show! Soo much fun! #pottyforpeanuts !! httpsâ€¦
- Going live for bookings next week Thursday March 30th - the UK's first dedicated vegan Trade and Media show... t.co/Apn4NtDvMV
London Vegan Meetup Organiser
Appearing on Saturday in the FxEctive Factor
London Vegan Meetup is believed to be the largest vegan social group in the world, and has become a valuable community for local vegans. But is it effective vegan activism too? Who does it help to go (or stay) vegan? And what else can it do to further the vegan message?
Robb Masters has been the organiser of London Vegan Meetup since November 2011 - when it had just 750 members. (Now it has 5,000.) As a labour of love, he's been determined to ensure that the group and its weekly events remain free - creating a low-risk way for non-vegans to discover vegan food, meet regular vegans, and learn more about veganism (as well as making the group a welcoming environment for existing vegans - including those on a low income).
Robb has been vegan for two decades, volunteering, and participating in campaigns, for both grass-roots and national organisations - including FRIEND Farmed Animal Rescue, London Vegan Campaigns, the London Vegan Festival, the Birmingham Cruelty-Free Christmas Fair, VegfestUK, Animal Aid, and The Vegan Society. Having graduated in Computer Science, he now run his own web development company - and provides discounted consultancy to vegan charities.
Almost as fanatical about music as he is about veganism, Robb has DJed at various vegan events (including VegfestUK Bristol 2015 - as "idiotech") and composed music for vegan radio shows The Vegan Option and this year's 15-part History of Vegetarianism - as well as producing remixes for established acts such as The Prodigy.
He lives in Camden, North London - with Harper and Winnie, his rescued kittens.