Learn to eat healthily - 'Vegucate' yourself in Bristol!

by Alan Lee
on Tuesday 08 Jan 2013

type: Feature
topic: Community
region: Bristol
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Interested in eating healthily, but don't want to ditch your all-time favourite treats and have salads all the time? Do you always wonder why we love dogs, but eat pigs and wear cows? The upcoming 'Vegucate Bristol Film Series' has all the answers!

The film series shows you the very best of a plant-based lifestyle through screenings of award-winning feature documentaries on the subject. These include Vegucated, Planeat, Got the Facts on Milk?, Forks over Knives and Peaceable Kingdom: The Journey Home. There are also FREE PIZZAS plus plenty of entertainment on offer, with some rip-roaring stand-up comedy,  mouthwatering cookery demos and raffle prize draws!

The film series takes place every Tuesday evening from April 2nd to May 7th 2013 at the Polish Club in the Clifton area of Bristol. Each night begins at 6:30 and ends at 10. All food served is 100% plant-based. Admission FREE, donations welcome (suggested donation: 2 pounds). All funds raised go to Vegfam charity, who feeds the hungry across the globe without animal exploitation. 

Space is limited, and admission begins at 6:30 sharp, so please arrive early to avoid disappointment!

For the latest updates, search 'Vegucate Bristol Film Series' on Facebook. For further queries, please contact Vegucate Bristol by email at vegucate.bristol@gmail.com or by phone on 07786850945.

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