Clarkshaws is London’s first Vegetarian Society approved brewery, and all the beer is vegan too! Join us for a tour of the brewery and a beer sampling all for just £2.50 which includes a refreshing pint of vegan beer.
When?Sunday 29th September from 12pm – 4pm.
Where? East Dulwich – Unit 8, Tyrrell Trading Estate, Tyrrell Road, SE22 9NA. Bus numbers 12, 198 and 37 all run very close and its a 15 minute walk from East Dulwich and Peckham Rye Station.
This month saw 4 churches come on board, some enquiries by Schools, coverage in the magazine Jellied Eel and also our volunteer team is building – we have volunteers in Politics, Faith, Health and Media – and also flyering!
Help us make our vision a reality – volunteer today and help with make Southwark greener and healthier!
You! – read the reasons below then encourage your friends, family and colleagues give it a go!
4 Green groups – Southwark Friends of the Earth, Greenpeace, Green Party, Peckham Transition Town, Dulwich Going Greener., Free School Meals For All.
3 MPs and 60 Councillors – are currently reviewing how to implement it in schools and council buildings, our Motion was “For Southwark Council to officially support #Southwark #MeatFreeMondays and to implement meat free meals on Mondays in all the council buildings and the promotion of the meat-free option over the meat option in council run schools (meat will still be made available on request).”
Schools – encourage your school to take part. It’s a great way to reduce child-obesity and teach healthy eating.
25 Restaurants and cafes – ask your local eatery if they could do a meat free option.
4 Churches and faith groups – get your congregation involved, St Stephen’s Dulwich did!
Email email@example.com to help deliver this flyer!
Why should everyone in Southwark try a meat free day?
Better for the Environment: Meat is a high-energy product using large amounts of oil, land, fresh water and 90% of the crops grown to create meat are wasted in the process. The livestock sector is currently “one of the top two or three most significant contributors to the most serious environmental problems, at every scale from local to global” Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO).
Better for your Health: Many of the world’s leading health organisations now encourage a reduction in the amount of meat people consume. Oxford University’s department of public health found that eating meat no more than three times a week could prevent 31,000 deaths from heart disease, 9,000 deaths from cancer and 5,000 deaths from stroke, as well as save the NHS £1.2 billion in costs each year.
On Saturday 6th July 2013 Dulwich Books are running a vegan cupcake afternoon!
The event is based around the release of Ms. Cupcakes’ The Naughtiest Vegan Cupcakes in Towncookbook and we will be offering free vegan cupcakes with the book! Between 2pm & 4pm we are pleased to not only offer you a taste of the cupcakes when you visit the bookshop but also £4.00 off the r.r.p of £16.99 when you buy a copy of her cookbook on the day. There will also be cupcake themed colouring in and doodling for children. Pop along on the day see their facebook page. Hope to see you there!
Dulwich Books is on 6 Croxted Road, West Dulwich,London SE21 8SW, Winner – London’s Independent Bookshop of Year 2012 & 2013
Dave of Dulwich Books says “Despite all the fantastical advances in technology and our ability to access information, you will never be able equal the pleasure of owning a book, opening it for the first time and getting lost in a great story- which is something that simply can not be replicated on a digital screen. It is not just the experience of reading that is vital, it is the process of walking into a shop and finding a book that will change your life, just like buying your favourite record, it will never shape your life in the way it should if you just click ‘download’”
This campaign will make Southwark residents healthier and reduce their impact on the environment.
Where can you buy vegan food in Southwark?
Take a look at the map below (I would open the full map here) to see the best places to eat out and buy vegan and veggie products. Want a place adding to the map? – get in touch.
Best places to eat vegan in Southwark
Blue Brick Cafe, Fellbrigg Rd, meeting place of the Southwark Vegans, great homemade vegan food.
Dulwich Supermarket, LL – vegan groceries
Barry’s, Barry Road. Vegan sausages, icecream, cream, soya, rice and almond milk.
SMBS, Lordship Lane (LL) – specialist vegan food, mock meats and icecreams.
Dulwich Healthmatters, LL – vegan health and nutrition specialists.
Pizza Express, Dulwich Village
Blue Mountain – some vegan food.
Mean Green Foods: Yvettemakes handmade quinola fritters, aubergine bakes and scotch bonnet chutney. Stall on Fridays and Saturdays at Captured on the Rye at 85 Pellatt Road.
PECKHAM & CAMBERWELL
Puzzle Organico: Rye Lane – vegan chocolate cake, smoothies and organic vegetables
Persopolis: selection of spices/food, run by Sally Butcher and author of Veggiestan: A Vegetable Lover’s Tour of the Middle East
Ganapati: south Indian vegan food
Cool Cat’s Cafe – Toby Maclean (a vegetarian himself) serves all homemade food: pesto spaghetti £8, Butterbean burger in a roll served with oven roast potatoes £8, gnocchi in a pepper and tomato sauce £10, hummus and sourdough bread £4.