September 2006 Bulletin

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The Strawberries & Cream Lipbalm

Our incredibly popular organic hemp seed oil lipbalms now come
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...

Strawberries & Cream

Sure to be massive, adding to the current range of Coconut, Spearmint, Mango
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New Lip Balm
Yaoh News

We are absolutely thrilled to welcome a new member to the compact and bijoux Yaoh team, with POPPY joining us, after successfully graduating this year with a 1st in interactive arts at Manchester University.
Poppy brings some excellent communication skills to our team and will be focusing on marketing and sales, as well as helping manage the Bristol Vegan Fayre. She joins current team Yaoh members FRED (Poppy’s brother) who looks after the accounts and all the packing and shipping, NICK our dynamic and cutting edge graphic designer, and TIM, the general dogsbody, tea boy and manager.

What A Scorcher

July’s massive heatwave saw a huge increase in sunblock sales – up 60% on last year

The improved formulas proved popular with everyone and the Yaoh SPF 30 has now officially become our best selling product (apart from the lipbalms and snack bars) after 4 years on the shelves, overtaking the original moisturiser and the shampoo, despite only really selling for half the year. Didn’t sell much in August though, have to confess.

Yaoh Sunblock
Veggie Vision

Yaoh On Veggievision

Click here to watch a short interview with Tim from Yaoh filmed at a recent Christmas Without Cruelty fair. Thanks to Karin and all the Veggievision team for their innovative and
groundbreaking project.

Visit www.veggievision.co.uk for the complete deal


Festival Of Life/London Vegan Festival

Sunday 10th September in London at Kensington Town Hall

This is the longest established annual vegan festival and the forerunner to the current glut of other vegan events across the UK. This year sees the London show combine with the Festival Of Life crew, whose emphasis is
on living raw. Visit www.festivaloflife.net and 
www.londonveganfestival.org.uk
for more information.

Admission is £1.50

Festival Of Life

The Fresh Festival

28th and 29th October 2006 Rookery Manor Hotel Somerset
A whole programme of talks demos and discussions focused around raw and living food – now in its 3rd year, this festival includes a 3 course gala dinner
on the Saturday (raw, of course).

Organised by the Fresh Network

For further info about this excellent event click here

Fresh Festival

VIVA! Veggie Roadshow, Bath

Saturday 9th September at The Guildhall in the High Street. Viva’s excellent and incredibly successful Incredible Veggie Roadshows comes to Bath for another celebration of all things veggie and vegan.

Click here for further information

Admission free

Viva

Bristol Vegans BBQ!

Saturday 16th September at 2.00pm

The recently formed Bristol Vegans social group goes from strength to strength, with monthly meetings focused mainly round eating, drinking and chatting. Not quite summer any more for the BBQ but let’s hope it’s
a nice day, especially cos Beanies have very kindly given us a load of FRY’S vegan sausages and burgers free for the event!

Click here for more info

Admission free

Beanies

New From The Vegan Society

An excellent publication entitled
'Eating The Earth? How Your Diet Could Change The World'


This 16 page booklet outlines some of the negative environmental
effects that animal – based diets inflict upon the planet, whilst also focusing on
the positive environmental factors that a vegan diet has,
as it asks the question ‘Are your meals costing the earth?’.

See www.vegansociety.com for your free copy and for more information about
the vegan diet
.

Vegan Society

The Bristol Vegan Fayre 2007

Is scheduled for Saturday 9th and Sunday 10th June in the Amphitheatre
and Waterfront Square in the centre of Bristol

With a lot more space and time to fill, we are open to new ideas and contributions for what promises to be a pretty massive event. Once again organised by Yaoh, with a huge amount of help from many, especially of course Paul, our volunteer assistant for all things vegan

Visit www.yaoh.co.uk for updates

Yaoh continues to support several prominent vegan charities and campaigning groups, including The Vegan Society, Viva!, Animal Aid, PETA and Vegfam. Meanwhile we remain eternally thankful to our own supporters and sponsors, including Beanies, Essential Trading, Suma, Redwood Wholefoods, Plamil, Wild Oats, Earthbound, Health Unlimited and The Vegan Society for all their help in our own projects, including the Bristol Vegan Fayre and A Vegan Guide To Bristol.

Peace XXX Yaoh 2006

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