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Waltham Forest Vegan and Veggie Society

IMAG0395Welcome to our page. We are officially the most vega*n friendly place in North East London. We have 50 members and are looking to networking with local green groups – like Waltham Forest Green Party. Check out Waltham Forest Blogger Sarah Lamey:  www.theveganoid.blogspot.co.uk

Find us on Facebook: Waltham Forest

Our first meet-up was  a great success!

IMAG0397We met for the first time on 7th November  at the Hornbeam Cafe.

11 people turned up, we had great food provided by Anna and the team and great discussions about veggie and vegan stuff in Waltham Forest.

Our next meet-up TBC soon (potential beer tasting)

Other stuff going on ….

IMAG0402Date TBC, at the Hornbeam Cafe in Walthamstow. Enjoy a 3 course vegan seasonal feast, celebrating the best of ultra local, organic fare in a friendly, cosy and homely setting. For £15 we can guarantee a delicious and hearty 3 course meal in a friendly, welcoming setting. We are fully licensed serving organic wines, spirits, ciders and locally brewed beers (all vegan of course!) plus organic juices, excellent coffee and a wide range of organic teas. Reservations for our Fork to Fork are essential – please book your table by emailing us at cafe@hornbeam.org.uk (seatings between 7pm and 9pm).


hornbeamcafeThe Hornbeam Cafe invites you to a vegan feast with delicious food – organic, locally sown, grown, picked and cooked! All making use of as much local produce as possible, provided by Organiclea Community Growers. Menu for Saturday 28th September 2013 Starters: Stuffed Hungarian hotwax chillies with a heritage tomato salad. Mains: Stuffed aubergine served with patatas a lo podre and a Hawkwood mixed leaf and herb salad Desserts: Peaches and figs with sticky coconut rice topped with sesame seeds For £15 we can guarantee a delicious and hearty 3 course meal. We are fully licensed serving vegan organic wines, spirits and locally brewed beers.OrganicLea place an emphasis on propagating and growing heritage species, so you can expect some different-from-the-norm vegetables being cooked up at the Hornbeam cafe! https://www.facebook.com/HornbeamCafe

Any others?