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Exeter Set for Cruelty-Free Christmas Extravaganza, 6 Dec 2008
Posted 26 November 2008
The South West is all set for a cruelty-free Christmas extravaganza this weekend when Animal Aid brings its popular eco-friendly Christmas Without Cruelty Fayre to Exeter Corn Exchange on December 6th.
More than forty stands will offer visitors the chance to buy unusual Christmas gifts in the sure knowledge that their purchases go to a worthy organisation and do not cause any harm to animals, humans or the environment.
Products on sale will include fashionable fairtrade clothing, handmade chocolates, cruelty-free cosmetics and make-up, cards and wrapping paper made from recycled paper, homemade jewellery and a great range of renewable energy products. There will also be talks and a fantastic vegan café throughout the day.
Another great attraction will be a performance at midday by the fifty-strong Crediton World Music Choir, with its vibrant harmonies and songs from all over the world. Other music is also planned for the afternoon.
Animal Aid is delighted to have got together so many organisations and companies from the South West that are trying to make the world a kinder place, whether it be charities such as Sea Shepherd and the Monkey Sanctuary or innovative companies and individuals who produce original and exciting green products. The Fayre is going to be the perfect place for people of all ages to find unusual cruelty-free gifts and cards and, at the same time, to enjoy a great day out. And entrance is free.
Exeter Corn Exchange is conveniently situated in Market Street, close to the High Street in the city centre. It is roughly ten minutes walk from both the bus station and Exeter Central railway station.
South West Christmas Without Cruelty Fayre
Exeter Corn Exchange (formerly St George's Hall)
Market Street, Exeter, EX1 1BU
Saturday 6 December 2008