Our 2020 event programme will be released in the lead up to the event, please see our 2019 event programme below;




Talks and films ( in Queens Hotel )

Room 1

11:00 | Cheshire Against Blood Sports
A group dedicated to the protection of wildlife in Cheshire and beyond from persecution and cruelty

12:00 | Compassion = Veganism
Animal Cruelty stats, impact on our health and the planets.

Having lived what can only be described as an alternate and extreme life, John has dramatically turned his life around.From being a heroin addict for 11 years, serving several prison sentences, being shot, stabbed, undergoing chemotherapy and surviving heart attacks, John has turned his life around.

 Hear how he fought back, became a multiply published author and after raising animals for food, John went Vegan. Being diagnosed with advanced heart failure in 2015, John is proof that going Vegan is beneficial and does give us longevity and great health.

 Covering animal cruelty stats, our own health and impact upon this planet, this is one talk you do not want to miss.

13:00 | Fighting Cancer with a Raw Vegan Diet
In April 2012 Syd was diagnosed with inoperable stage 4 mouth cancer and given a prognosis of just 6 months. He was alone with 2 young children aged 14 and 4. He turned raw vegan and fought for his life and eventually got the all-clear-July 27th, 2018

14:00 | Sea Shepherd

Sea Shepherd UK is a registered marine conservation charity whose mission is to end the destruction of habitat and slaughter of wildlife around the UK’s coastline and across the world’s oceans in order to conserve and protect ecosystems and species

15:00 | Chester Vegan project TO BE CONFRIMED

Room 2 (in Queens Hotel)

LIVE POETRY FROM WONKY WORDSMITH Show times: 11:30am, 12:30pm, 13:30 pm

“Wonky Wordsmith is a professional poet who wows with words in ways which are thought-provoking, extremely entertaining and utterly uplifting so climb aboard her not-to-be missed rhyming rollercoaster of vegan values verses so you can leave our festival with her wonderful words ringing in your ears!”
14:30 | Making the Connection (30 mins)
Making the Connection takes you on a journey – together with a chef, a farmer, an MP, an athlete, a dietitian, a poet. The film explores an exciting lifestyle which combines delicious, healthy food with tackling many of the global challenges facing us today.

Children’s face painting 11am till 2pm ( Carraige shed)

Buy your tickets here; http://www.chesterveganfestival.com/the-show/

For all enquiries or if you can volunteer to help on the day please email festivals@farplace.org.uk or events@farplace.org.uk