Its festival week again. Although the final week is exhausting in terms of organising and promotion, its also very exciting.
South Yorkshire Vegan Festival
We are set to have one of the UK’s biggest and best vegan festivals on the Saturday 23rd July. We have an amazing lineup of speakers including the amazing Fiona Oakes, who will be speaking, showing her film (For the Animals), and hosting this years Vegan Awards. Other speakers include Kate E A Berridge, who will have an in depth talk, exploring the present power relationship between humans and other animals, Mick Walker a 63 year who is coming to the end of a career teaching Biology, as mick has got older, he has found that he has been able sustain his strength and fitness (indeed, improve them!) by adopting a 100% plant based diet. Elizabeth King an amazing well informed lady that can help anyone take baby-steps into vegansim – So, are you thinking about going vegan? Have you tried being vegan before but come across some challenges? Are you a new vegan? If the answer is yes to any of these questions, then please join us at our Vegan Lifestyle Association workshop. For more details on our growing line up of speakers ( Vegan Festival Speakers ).
Along side our amazing speakers we have many many vegan stalls, some of stalls you may recognise from our previous events, and some new interesting vegan startups, these stalls sell all vegan products (obviously), from cakes, pies, hotdogs, burgers, raw vegan foods, cakes and more cakes… We also have some very informative stalls such as Sea Shepherds.
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Leave the M1 at Junction 33. Follow the A630/A57 to
Sheffield to the Park Square Roundabout.
Take the lane marked ‘City A61N’ at the fourth exit, keeping
Pond’s Forge Swimming & Leisure Centre on your left, follow
signs to the Theatres/Hallam University.
Go up the hill through the traffic lights go straight ahead,
straight on to the traffic lights, stay in the inside lane of the
road for access & buses 100 yards, then move into the right fork in
front of large Department store called T J Hughes.
Using the Bus Lane which says ‘except for access’, go through
the traffic lights for about 150/200 yards, The Cutlers’ Hall is
on your left (between the HSBC Bank & The Royal Bank of
We are next with the big silver doors directly opposite the
NEARIST 24 HOUR CAR PARK ONLY A FEW MINUTED WALK AWAY TO THE HALL
NEARIST 24 HOUR CAR PARK ONLY A FEW MINUTED WALK
AWAY TO THE HALL.
N .C .P ARUNDEL GATE UNDERNEATH THE CRUICBLE
Access available from both sides of Arundel Gate
SPECIAL CAR PARKING RATE AT £5.00 UP TO 24 HOURS
ON ENTRY TO THE CAR PARK AT ARUNDEL GATE TAKE A
TOKEN AT THE BARRIER AND PARK YOUR CAR TAKE THE
TOKEN WITH YOU DO NOT LEAVE IT IN YOUR CAR.
WHEN YOU ARE READY TO LEAVE THE CUTLERS HALL GO
TO THE CLOAK ROOM TO VALIDATE YOUR TOKEN ON THE
TOKEN MACHINE TO GET THE DISCOUNTED RATE
THEN PAY YOUR MONEY AT THE NCP CAR PARK MACHINE
BEFORE YOU GET IN YOUR CAR.
The Cutlers’ Hall is located 800 metres from Sheffield’s Midland Station, a 3 minute taxi journey away or a 10 minutes’ walk.
The super tram is situated at the train station follow the signs for trams at the top of the stairs is the tram stop to the city centre the tram required is Sheffield Cathedral or Malin Bridge. The stop to get off at is the Sheffield Cathedral. The Cutlers Hall is opposite the main entrance of the Cathedral.
Via Meadowhall (Shopping Centre)
Leaving the M1 @ Junction 34 parking (foc) your vehicle in the Meadowhall Shopping Centre, you can catch the Tram into the City getting off at the Cathedral stop (this is directly outside The Cutlers’ Hall). This takes about 15 mins. And is a very pleasant way to see the city.