South West Christmas Without Cruelty Fayre


South West Christmas Without Cruelty Fayre

Exeter Corn Exchange

Market Street, Exeter, EX1 1BU

Sunday 28 November 2010



I’m writing to give you a few more details about this year’s South West Christmas Without Cruelty Fayre, to be held once again at Exeter Corn Exchange, Market Street in Exeter city centre on Sunday 28 November.

We’re really proud of the way that our Christmas Fayre has built up over the last three years and we think that we’ve once again put together a show that everybody who cares about animals, people and the environment will enjoy. So we hope you will join us, and bring friends and family along.

Christmas shopping that makes a difference

Unlike most High Street stores, our stallholders are almost all small traders who will be offering unique, unusual and attractive possibilities for Christmas presents.

Cruelty-free and eco-friendly products on sale will include fairtrade clothing, cosmetics, perfumes and make-up, crafts, pottery, charity Christmas cards, chocolates galore, preserves, vegan cakes, vegetarian shoes, treats for pets and jewellery.

Alongside our ethical companies will be many campaign groups fighting for a less violent future. Amongst these will be Animal Aid, of course, offering many of the most popular items from our brand new sales catalogue

Forty stands in all will offer you the chance to buy Christmas gifts and cards in the sure knowledge that your money will go to a worthy organisation or an ethical company.

Food, glorious food!

We hope you’ll want to stay for lunch … or at least for a snack! The delicious menu in our café includes savoury dishes, cakes and puddings. We’ve got everything from lasagne, nut roast, wraps and pizzas to lemon and pineapple tart and Chocolate and peanut torte – all free from animal products.

Last year we ran out of food early, so we’ve done everything we can to ensure that we don’t have the same problem again.

Another addition this year is a gluten-free food stall.

Free entry and a great prize draw

Not only do we not charge you to come in, but we’re also giving a free gift to the first few hundred visitors – all of whom will receive a Nak’d bar, full of raw food goodness.

We also hope that as many of you as possible will support our fabulous prize draw, offering the opportunity to win a two-day break at Michael House, the award-winning vegetarian guest house near Tintagel in Cornwall. And there are lots of other great prizes. Tickets are only £1 each.

World music choir

Finally, don’t miss a performance by the Crediton and Exeter University World Music Choir, at around midday. They’ve sung at our event every year and they really are a treat to hear.

So please do come along and join us on November 28th. It promises to be a great day out, and a chance to do all your cruelty-free Christmas shopping in one fell swoop!

Please feel free to contact me if you have any further questions

With best wishes,

Mark Gold


P.S. We have a Facebook page for the Fayre. so if you are a member of Facebook, I’d be really grateful if you’d spread the word as best you can.

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