Spread ‘peace and good will’ to all animals this festive season.
Posted 04 Dec 2023
Posted on the 22nd May 2007
After a year of preparations and hard work, 26 May will see the launch of our unique and exciting Transform Your World tour. The innovative trailer exhibition is the centrepiece of the 30-year anniversary celebrations, both for Animal Aid and the animal rights movement as a whole. We will be visiting more than 30 locations around the UK to inspire and motivate many more people to adopt a compassionate lifestyle.
The Ten Ways To Transform Your World tour is a mobile interactive exhibition for the whole family, depicting 10 easy changes that people can make to their lives that will help animals, people and the planet. A key feature will be the screening of a dynamic, short film called Ten Ways to Change Your World. The film stars high-profile figures from diverse political and artistic backgrounds: Alexei Sayle, Sean Hughes, Ann Widdecombe MP, Wendy Turner-Webster, Caroline Lucas MEP and Benjamin Zephaniah.
There will also be a touch-screen quiz for those who wish to test their knowledge, a flip-chart ‘match-the-animals’ game for younger children, and freebies such as window stickers, bookmarks, cute animal stickers for kids and goodies from compassionate sponsors, Lush Cosmetics!
A pocket-sized booklet with advice on how to Transform Your World (including simple, delicious recipes), will also be available free of charge.
Everyone is invited. Please do come along to see the exhibition and meet Animal Aid staff – and bring friends and family, too!
If you live in or near the venues we are visiting and would like posters to help promote the event, please contact Fiona.
|Tunbridge Wells||Saturday 26 May|
|Canterbury||Sunday 27 May|
|Hastings||Monday 28 May|
|Portsmouth||Tuesday 29 May|
|Southampton||Wednesday 30 May|
|London Camden Green Fair||Sunday 3 June|
|Guildford||Wednesday 6 June|
|Salisbury||Thursday 7 June|
|Swindon||Friday 8 June|
|Bristol Vegan Fayre||Saturday 9 & Sunday 10 June|
|Cardiff||Monday 11 June|
|Swansea||Tuesday 12 June|
|Norwich||Wednesday 27 June|
|Peterborough||Thursday 28 June|
|Lincoln||Friday 29 June|
|Leicester||Saturday 30 June|
|Derby||Sunday 1 July|
|Brighton||Saturday 21 July|
|Sheffield||Wednesday 25 July|
|Doncaster||Thursday 26 July|
|Leeds||Friday 27 July|
|Blackpool||Saturday 28 July|
|Manchester||Sunday 29 July|
|Liverpool||Monday 30 July|
|Birmingham||Tuesday 31 July|
|York||Tuesday 7 August|
|Durham||Wednesday 8 August|
|Newcastle||Thursday 9 August|
|Glasgow||Friday 10 August|
|Edinburgh||Saturday 11 August|
|Plymouth||Wednesday 15 August|
|Taunton||Thursday 16 August|