Vegan bakery, Nicely Kitchen, will host a vegan and artisan Christmas festival at Altrincham Football Club this Sunday from 12 noon until 6pm.
Entry is £3, (under 12’s go free!), and a percentage of the money raised by the entry cost will be donated to the dog charity Dogs 4 Rescue.
The festival will have an array of vegan and cruelty goodies such as cakes and pancakes and other sweet treats, pizza and Mexican food, and also beauty products and other gifts.
There will also be a bar serving festive favourites like mulled wine.
The festival is a celebration of all things cruelty free and is a refreshing take on the traditional Christmas markets that take over Manchester every year.
Alongside Nicely Kitchen there are many other food vendors which include:
- Mex It Up
- Vegan Pizza Co.
- Pimpin’ Pancakes
- Ananda Foods
- Vork Pie
- Peacock & Juno
- Stuff by Schmew
- A Kind Mama
- The Wandering Chef
- The Raw Bake Station
- Loving Foods
- Bounceback Food
Other stalls selling plants, ceramics, furniture, hand stitched crafts and beauty products include:
- Emma Sparrow’s Soaps and Toiletries
- Buddah Beauty
- Feel Supreme
- That’s Sew Bethany
- Silver Green Jewellery
- New Abbott
Tickets are £3 on arrival, however a limited number of VIP queue jump goodie bags are available for £10 which include: Rude Health voucher and pumpkin pie bar, a voucher for Vegan Tuck Box, Koko Dairy Free strawberry milkshake, Tropical Wholefoods organic fruit bar, Yours Naturally Naturally Yours voucher, Vegan Life Magazine, and a treat from Nicely Kitchen