Hometown: Great Bookham
February 7, 2010
I took Vegan Campaigns' Vegan Pledge in January 2010, having been vegetarian for 27 years. I created the VEG-GreaterLondon Yahoo! Group to give London veg*n groups a shared calendar, but have now moved to the excellent veg*n networking site Volentia.
Vegan diet and will try to avoid buying any new animal-based products.
VitaO's raw, vegan, gluten-free cheesecake :-)
VitaO, Soho | Indian Veg Bhelpoori House, Islington | Riverside Vegetaria, Kingston
What do you eat?!
Friendship and understanding.
If you're vegan then you can't NOT join this group ;-) Oh, and Volentia too ;-p
Hi Richard, thanks for welcoming me to the veg family group and for looking up closer groups. I really appreciate it. Hope to meet you and your family at a meetup soon, Marianne
Hi Richard, Just finding my way around the site. Our group is now known as Woking Animal Aid
Based on your interests & affiliations we'd like to invite you to join us at Club VEG http://VEGonline.info and take advantage of all of our online features including but not limited to medically-incurable-disease-curing talks from the world's top experts/researchers, doc films & cooking lesson videos, etc..
We need outside help/members (you & your friends) so we don't lose our status as Edmonton's (Canada's cruelty capital) most popular Meetup: http://tinyurl.com/edsmostpop
RE: Green Drinks. They are actually two different events held in different places, one in Twickenham (1st Tuesday of each month) and the other in Ham on the second Tuesday. They both have Richmond upon Thames in the name as this is the borough both locations are in (and there are several Ham's in London).
Did you know that it is thought vegetarianism was started/term first used in Ham (in Richmond upon Thames)?
I thought you were talking about another website silly me, I kind of was aware of Vegevents but didn't see some of our recent meetups, they did say it was a technical error or something so I thought maybe I needed to check if there was something we should be doing when posting meet ups. It's all good now I think so thanks anyway. Hope to see you all soon?
Hi Richard, thanks for sharing your experience of running/hosting meetup's, very useful. By the way, 'ethnic' food is not a "twist", but daily food for millions of people worldwide...a global, inclusive perspective. Blessing Anita
Hi Richard, it was good to see you as well. Enjoyed our little adventure of a walk, despite the rain!
ive been thinking the exact same thing......
where there is money there is hope. if this case doesnt go through i wont be able to afford another case. money talks to this government, unsympathetic a*holes
wow thank you! the biggest problem is that if we went there they would abduct us as the media made me famous there for marrying a traditional indian jungle boy. because im in the media they want to abduct me and the kids to get money from india and uk government to put their bullshit philosophy across