Vegan Christmas fair to offer pottery, skincare products and food and drink

PUBLISHED: 14:42 07 December 2018 | UPDATED: 14:42 07 December 2018

Allison Knight, owner of Allison’s Eatery, gets set to host her first Vegan Fair in Bury St Edmunds for St Nicholas Hospice Care Picture: SUBMITTED

Allison Knight, owner of Allison’s Eatery, gets set to host her first Vegan Fair in Bury St Edmunds for St Nicholas Hospice Care Picture: SUBMITTED


A Bury St Edmunds caterer is hosting her first vegan Christmas fair in aid of a hospice charity.

Allison Knight, owner of Allison’s Eatery, is bringing together a range of stalls offering food and drink, holistic therapies, skincare products and even vegan pottery for the event at St Edmundsbury Oddfellows Hall in Bury St Edmunds on Saturday, December 15.

The fair is raising money for St Nicholas Hospice Care.

Ms Knight said: “I am looking forward to welcoming people into the fair, which is already getting a lot of local interest. Why not come along, try some new vegan food and purchase a few special Christmas gifts?”

The fair is from 10am to 3.30pm at Oddfellows Hall, 85 Whiting Street, IP33 1NX.

The entry fee of £1 will be donated to the hospice that supports people living with caring, dying and bereavement.


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