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Viva! vegan Christmas

 

Being veggie - or even better vegan - has never been more important, or easy to do! Eating meat-free this festive season is the kindest and most compassionate thing you can do for the animals, your health and the environment. Let our Christmas pages inspire you to try something different this year!

- Merry Christmas from all at Viva!

Music and Video
The Antipoet - Christmas message - First performed at the Viva roadshow in Liverpool - 2011
Can You Stop the Carvery by Kathryn
Vodafone Christmas Advert 2015 - #TerryTheTurkey
Shopping

Adopt a farm animal

Why not do something different this Christmas and adopt a farm animal for a friend or member of your family?

Great Gift Ideas

Visit our amazing Christmas shop for wonderful ethical gift ideas

Viva! Wine Shop

Stock up on vegan wines and beers for Christmas from our wine shop.

Cooking & Eating

Veganise Me!

Challenge Viva! to veganise almost anything – from roast turkey and bread sauce, to quiche, cheese sauce and puddings.

Plan Your Menu

With our new Christmas Veganiser Chart – showing great veggie alternatives to all your favourite seasonal foods.

Vegan Recipe Club

For all your Christmas veggie recipes visit the brilliant Vegetarian Recipe Club Christmas Pages - which now features over 40 dishes and is still growing! 

Christmas Events

myvegantown

Come along to one of the fantastic vegan events happening across the country this Christmas. Check out our event listings on http://myvegantown.org.uk

Here is a selection of some of the great events happening this winter -

Bristol Viva! Vegan Christmas Festival

Saturday, December 9, 2017 - 10:30

Ab Fab Vegan Winter Wonderland

Sunday, December 3, 2017 - 11:00

Southend Christmas Vegan Fair

Saturday, December 16, 2017 - 10:00
Get involved

If you believed the TV adverts, you'd be forgiven for thinking that Bernard Matthews turkeys enjoyed Christmas like the rest of us. Of course, nothing could be further from the truth. Find our more about Viva!'s campaigns for turkeys