It was a good event. Decided to go again on Sunday as I got there a bit late on Saturday (partly due to transport problems) and the Sunday programme looked good. Enjoyed some good music, an interesting talk, met some nice people, had a great walk on the ocean front (apart from waiting for Jessica in the rain as she inspected all the pebbles. Only joking, Jessica ;-) and topped off with a drink at the Cowley and pleasant train ride home. Thanks be to Robb for organising.
1 · March 18
Great to see so many people at VegFest. Just sorry I didn't manage to speak to everyone! But whether you made it there over the weekend or not, don't forget that VegFest is coming to London this October! And while the increased costs of putting on a show in the capital mean that there is an admission fee for London, you can currently get two tickets for the price of one... http://www.theticketsellers.co....
0 · March 18
This event was amazing. The Festival was better than I had ever hoped it would be, it was informative, entertaining and just a great day out. Dispite torential rain, we had a very pleasent walk to the venue (via the sea side) and had lovelly conversations with the other meet up members. I really want to go on both days next year.
0 · March 17
I'll be there both days and am staying in a hostel Fri and Sat nights. If others are too, we should check out some of Brighton's other vegan sights around the festival. Brunch? Dinner? Veggie pub? Vegetarian shoes? I'm up for it all, email me via my Meetup profile if you want to join me!
1 · March 11
Hi, I'll be happy to meet you all on Sunday and walking the scenic route sounds a fantastic idea. However can I meet you at the station in Brighton? I have a train from St Albans to Brighton which is much easier for me to catch than travelling into London first and my train should arrive at 11.05, so you won't have to wait for me long. Let me know where we can meet at the Brighton Station :-)
2 · March 6