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CRUELTY-FREE CHRISTMAS EXTRAVAGANZA RETURNS TO EXETER!

Posted 17 October 2008

South West Christmas Without Cruelty Fayre
Exeter Corn Exchange (formerly St George's Hall)
Market Street, Exeter, EX1 1BU
Saturday 6 December 2008
10am-4.30pm
FREE ENTRY (Voluntary donations welcome)

After the great success of its first event in Exeter last December, Animal Aid is bringing its popular cruelty-free and eco-friendly Christmas Fayre back to the South West in 2008.

The Fayre offers the South West public a unique chance to buy their Christmas gifts in one day and to know that their purchases do not cause harm to animals, humans or the environment. Only organisations and companies that are campaigning for a kinder and less violent world are invited, so every purchase made will also be going to a worthy cause. There'll be lots on offer for anybody interested in cruelty-free living or concerned about animal protection, green issues and human rights.

According to organiser Mark Gold:

‘We were really pleased with how popular last year's show was with visitors and exhibitors alike and we're delighted to be coming back to Exeter again. Everybody seemed to enjoy the warm and friendly atmosphere and this year we're looking to put on an even better event. It's going to be the perfect place to find unusual and cruelty-free gifts and cards and a great day out for people of all ages. And entrance is free.'’

Products on sale at the Christmas Without Cruelty Fayre will include fairtrade clothing, handmade chocolates, cruelty-free cosmetics and make-up and a great range of renewable energy products. There will also be delicious vegetarian food courtesy of innovative local caterers Happy Cow.

At midday there will be a performance by the Crediton World Music Choir, returning by popular request with their vibrant harmonies and songs from all over the world.

For further details of the South West Christmas Without Cruelty Fayre contact Mark Gold on 01395 579353 or email info@animalaid.org.uk

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