Natural Balance - welcome aboard
Natural Balance are the outfit behind the lush Nakd and Trek ranges of snack bars and healthy snacks.
Their new Nakd Nudies are particularly stunning.
See www.naturalbalancefoods.co.uk for more information
Club Yeyo 20th anniversary Reunion Party
Yo party people! The original Club Yeyo crew and the Triple XXX Posse recreate the magic of 1990 on May 1st at Canvas
in Bristol for their 20th anniversary birthday shindigs. Say hello to my little friend!! More info available from
www.yaoh.co.uk next month.
Eco Soapbox - Line up complete
Politicians and Councillors from Brighton and Hove line up to present their 5 main eco -
priorities at the Brighton Eco Veggie Fayre March 20th during our Eco Soapbox Election Special!
Bristol Fair Trade and Greenies join the show
The Bristol Eco Veggie Fayre May 29th and 30th expands into Millennium Square and welcomes on board
amongst others the Bristol Fair Trade Network, Bristol Friends of the Earth, and Bristol Animal Rights Collective.
Welcome to our Sponsors + Supporters
Including: Beanies, Bute Island, Natural Balance, The Spark, V Bites, Chunkies, Vitamix, Macrobiotic Shop,
Flax Farm Linseed, Activeg, Viva!, Cook Vegetarian, Excellart, Veggie Vision and Foods For Life
Public Consultation on Circuses - Deadline March 15th
The UK government has launched a 3-month public consultation concerning the use of animals in travelling circuses.
This is likely to become the most important consultation of the decade, affecting the future of how animals in the circus
industry are treated for years to come. A ban on the use of wild animals is essential to ensure that they no longer
suffer in travelling circuses.
If you want to send the strongest message possible that the public want a ban by ensuring that tens of thousands of
submissions are received, the deadline is 15 March. Please participate in the consultation today; it takes just a few
minutes to complete. Please follow the link on the ADI website and complete the online questionnaire, or request a hard
copy from the ADI consultation hotline 020 7630 3340. ADI have also produced an Answer Guide to help you, which is
available online or on request.
As well as participating in the consultation, you are invited to encourage others to do so - tell friends, family and
colleagues, post details on social networking sites (ADI has groups you can sign up to on Facebook and Myspace),
write to your local paper - please spread the word far and wide. Thank you!